Barbie has been taking the world by storm since 1959 so it would only make sense that there are plenty of Barbie ride on toys to choose from. Barbie has entertained young girls for years. She’s been their best friend, their confidante, and their inspiration.
Not only does Barbie inspire self-esteem, she also exudes glamor and a great sense of adventure. It is this sense of adventure that has inspired the Barbie ride on toys. Barbie is not one to lounge around the house. She exercises and she loves the outdoors and so will your girls with these fun to ride toys. Those gross motor skills will grow in leaps and bounds with all that outdoor play.
One of the most important and sometimes misunderstood developmental skill that comes from playing with both Barbie and the Barbie ride on toys is the cognitive development that will start to occur. Cognitive development takes place when children play make-believe and pretend about the future. Using their imagination is a very important part of your child’s development. They can fantasize about what they want to do when they grow up, what kind of job they’d like to have, or what they’d like to cook for dinner.
Barbie ride on toys will help encourage your child’s cognitive development. Girls that are 2 years or older can start to enjoy Barbie ride on toys by riding a trike. This is a great starting place for kids who are not quite ready to ride a bicycle with training wheels. The trike will give them a little more time to gain confidence and build up the strength to ride a bigger bike.
The Barbie Sounds So Sweet Trike is just as pretty as can be. It has flower decals, flower blinkers, and flowers on the cute basket on the front. The electronic dash plays sounds and music. The seat is adjustable so it adapts to your growing child.
You can stimulate your children’s cognitive development if you encourage fantasy play while they’re riding their trikes. They may be off on a picnic one day or on an African safari the next. Whatever their adventure happens to be, you’ll soon see that they’ll begin to have a little better social understanding of the world around them.
Originally posted 2010-01-22 08:59:58. Republished by Blog Post Promoter