Sunday, November 2, 2014

The Best Ride-On Toys for Girls in 2014

In my humble opinion, the best ride-on toys for girls encourage a sense of independence and self-confidence. Toddlers are especially prone to feelings of being unstoppable – much like teenagers – only in an innocent, less self-destructive way. And when in their own backyard, it is 100% okay for parents to support a youngster’s idea of invincibility – in a safe, secure environment. Which is where these ride-on toys come in.

When riding along the grass or living room, your giggling cutie is master of her domain, and she feels on top of the world. Why? Because she is accomplishing movement – all on her own!

And 3 of the best girls' ride-on toys to help her feel over-the-moon are:


Little Tikes Lady Bug Pillow Racer

Detachable and adorable, this Lady Bug Racer is like a pillow pet on wheels.  The pillow is pegged onto a board with 4 sleek-rolling wheels, but the super-soft insect pops off when youngsters are ready for bed. An adjustable handle lets kiddos decide their own speed, and movement is controlled by their kick-off from the floor.

Stability here is an A+, and the pillow is easy to wash, retaining the same soft, plush feeling for years.


Power Wheels Dune Racer

My favorite! The Dune Racer is guaranteed to evoke delighted giggles whenever your little lady drives. Colored in beautiful contrasts of pink and purple, the ride-on has a durable steering wheel with easy-grasp holes that are perfect for tiny hands.

The rugged wheels are riveted and thick with smooth-rolling capabilities that make all-terrain rides effortless. And a comfortable interior is equipped with plenty of leg-room and 2 cozy seats for double the fun. Lastly, each Dune Racer is equipped with a 12-volt rechargeable battery that keeps the car running for hours on an overnight charge.


Radio Flyer My 1st Scooter

This ride-on is unique because there are no motors or electronics – kids rely on their own kicking power to reach high speeds. The neon and light pinks contrast and complement beautifully, while the entire concept of My 1st Scooter was designed specifically for beginners.

3 wheels are wide-set to encourage smooth rolling; however, this scooter is not all-terrain. Instead, for hitch-free riding, youngsters should practice their rolling skills on pavement or hardwood flooring. Carpet and grass can get stuck between the wheels – causing an unnecessary hassle for parents. Luckily, this scooter works extra-well on sidewalks!


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