Friday, October 23, 2015

The Best Scooters for Toddlers from 2015 to 2016

Children of all ages love scooters, but toddlers have moved to the forefront of this toy must-have because scooters promote confidence and a sense of independence, while building coordination, balance, and concentration.

However, there are hundreds of awesome scooters to choose from—so I handpicked three of the best scooters for toddlers from a much bigger list.

These scooters are customizable and adjustable to meet the flourishing mental and physical needs of little ladies and gents. For example, kids grow fast, and these scooters have adjustable equipment to ‘grow’ as your toddler does.


Mini Micro Scooter

Available in heaps of cool colors, and 100% customizable with your own decals and removable stickers—this scooter is a miniature of a classic.

The three-wheel design is stable and sturdier than the usual scooter, promoting balance and easy maneuverability with a topple-proof deck.

Using their weight as a counter-balance, kiddos will learn how to steer by leaning, as well as kicking off to get themselves started on a sidewalk cruising adventure.


Disney Frozen 6V Scooter

2014 marked one of the best years for Disney because Frozen was released worldwide in multiple theaters. In just a few short weeks, kids around the world were singing to the tune of Let It Go…after asking each other about building snowmen, of course. From there, it was memorabilia galore, including this durable, adorable scooter.

Anna and Elsa are decked out in sparkles all over this scooter—plus the blue and shimmering purple are a nice, contrasting touch.

This scooter plays three fun melodies that will have little princesses loving every minute of riding around. There is also a cool LED headlight in a too-cute heart shape on the front.


Razor Jr. Lil Kick Scooter

The Lil Kick is a fun scooter that your kiddo will get a kick out of. Ha! See what I did there? Wink!

Seriously though. This scooter is a little classic, modeled after the original Razor A Scooter.

The three-wheeled design is stable and balanced on a steel frame with an adjustable handlebar and low deck for better balance, stability, and reliability.

For parents of multiple youngsters, rest assured that this scooter was built to last. It makes the perfect hand-me-down with a strong frame and stronger wheels.

Plus, there are multiple cool colors available, and the smooth deck can be customized with decals that match your kiddo’s awesome personality.


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