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One of the most important things to teach a young child is how to move properly. We don’t often think about it much as adults, since we’re used to it, but the ‘simple’ act of walking is actually quite complex. There’s a lot of balancing and mobility involved in our everyday moments that we all […]Continue reading
If your kid is just beginning to express an interest in scootering, then you’re going to have some choices to make! The world of scootering is a lot more variable and interesting than people who don’t buy or use scooters would assume, and there are a lot of different kinds you can buy. One of the […]Continue reading
Your child is approaching the age of six, and that means a lot of exciting things: their first day at school, their new social lives, new responsibilities for both them and you! To celebrate the occasion, you must be considering thinking about buying them a scooter! Children aren’t as fickle as toddlers when it comes to […]Continue reading
So your toddler is moving into childhood! That’s excellent and is probably a very exciting time for both you and your toddler. Their coordination skills are beginning to improve which means that they’ll have a greater range of motion and much more mobility! If you’re reading this then you’re probably considering buying your child a scooter, […]Continue reading
Congratulations on raising a kid! It’s no easy task – you have to balance education, physical education, good parenting – the list goes on, and you should be proud. If your kid likes to be active and you’ve already gotten them a scooter or some sort of board, and they loved it, you might want to […]Continue reading
If your child is displaying an interest in riding a scooter, then you’ve got some homework to do. Scooters can be fast, exciting, and – like any wheeled vehicle or toy – dangerous. It’s important to take care of the necessary safety precautions before making a purchase, and one of – if not the most important […]Continue reading
Let me first say – congratulations to you for raising your new child to walking age! Now you’re going to enter the exciting period of mobility where your child has much more free range of where it can go and when.This can be both an exciting and scary time for you! Fortunately, with the advent […]Continue reading