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Radio Flyer The Inchworm is a great toddler ride on toy for those kids who aren’t quite ready for a pedal ride. Two year olds have tons of energy and the Inchworm is the perfect toy for inspiring them to use this pent up energy is a fun way. Before you know it they’ll be bouncing and rolling themselves through the entire house with a big grin on their faces.
The adorable face and cute red hat on the this worm are sure to bring a smile to everyone’s face. He’s cheerful, he’s bright in color, and he’s entertaining all in one little bundle. If your kids love animals then they’ll be sure to love not only the Inchworm but also the Radio Flyer Turtle, another fun loving ride for toddlers.
The Inchworm is very easy to ride. All your kids have to do is hop into the seat, grab onto the heart shaped handle, and bounce up and down to get their worm moving. Radio Flyer has been making ride on toys since 1917 and this ride is just as well made as the rest of them are. These are just a few of the most notable features of the Inchworm:
- The incredibly cool Inchworm provides extra stability for little bodies with its four large molded wheels, a sturdy footrest, and a wide wheel base to prevent tip-overs.
- The Inchworm has an ergonomic seat (for more comfort and better posture) with a heart shaped handle for the kids to hold on to.
- As your kids bounce up and down they’ll feel some resistance. This will provide a little bit of a physical workout while stimulating their sensory perception all at the same time.
- This ride on toy only moves forward, not backward. This is great for the smaller kids who are attempt some hills on their little worm.
Radio Flyer The Inchworm is perfect for both indoor and outdoor play. If you happen to be working in your flower beds or your gardens while your kids are bouncing along, you could initiate a conversation about earth worms and other creatures who live in the dirt. This ride is great for sparking imaginations, inspiring active play, and stimulating gross motor skills by working the large muscle groups. Let us know how much your children enjoy their adorable green rides!
P.S. A closer look at the Radio Flyer Inchworm:
Originally posted 2010-04-19 05:25:01. Republished by Blog Post Promoter