Scooters are fun, they’re cool, and they’re relatively easy to ride. I think it’s perfect that kids can learn how to ride a push scooter long before they progress to those electric rides. The very basic, sturdy, and classic looking red Radio Flyer Scooter is a great ride for preschoolers.
Push scooters, or kick scooters, are propelled forward only by the foot and leg power of your children. They can have anywhere from 2 to 4 small wheels, usually made from steel or aluminum, that are made to withstand the tough road surfaces that your kids will be traveling on.
Riding a Radio Flyer Scooter is a great way for your children to increase their coordination skills, balance skills, motor skills, and sensory perception. Learning to ride is an avenue that will help your child become more independent and to explore their surrounding environment at their own speed. While learning to ride their brand new scooter, your child will also be using their imaginations and sharpening their observation skills. Hey, who knew that a simple little scooter could do all that?
- I love the Radio Flyer Scooter because it’s just so very retro looking. It’s so typical of all the original Radio Flyer products with its great red and white colors, sturdy make, and awesome red tassels. If you factor in the incredible chrome fenders then your kids have got nothing but a classy ride.
- This scooter comes with the well known and sturdy steel construction that Radio Flyer stands for. It has a wider than average platform so kids will be better able to stand on it and to balance. It has steel wheels and real rubber tires for a smoother ride.
- This scooter is very unique with its four wheels instead of two. The two training wheels in back can be used with those kids who are just learning to ride. This will give them a little added sense of security as they get used to the whole concept of how to ride a scooter.
The Radio Flyer Scooter, winner of the Dr. Toy’s Best Classic Toy Award, is a great ride for the younger kids. Its classic design will make this an enduring toy that they’ll remember for years to come. And it’s more than sturdy enough for you to climb on if the kids are having trouble learning how to ride it! Come on and show them how to do it!
Originally posted 2010-03-13 07:08:24. Republished by Blog Post Promoter