Kid Powered Ride-on Toys

Ride-on-Toys-for-Pre-schoolWe all know kids have lots of energy. Pre-schoolers can have a chance to wear off some of that energy with one of these fun ride-on toys. Using their own power instead of a battery, little ones can have loads of fun pedaling around the neighborhood or house even.

Sized Just for Pre-Schoolers

Riding toys for the pre-school set are sized just for them to be able to reach the pedals. How often have we all seen the very youngest trying their best to reach the pedals and keep their seat. It’s an adorable site, but what’s just as much fun is to see a child really get their exercise by pedaling these cars, trucks and tractors all over the place.

Oh, yes, I have seen my granddaughter tuck her toy cell phone next to her ear and pedal down the sidewalk. Imitating adults isn’t always the best thing. But, she still sits proudly in the seat of her little ride-on car and wears off lots of extra energy.

Tractor Ride-On Toys Just for Fun

John Deere got on the bandwagon with pre-school ride on toys. Their tractors are big hits with boys and girls alike, not to mention little city slickers as well as the farm set.

Fun Designs in Ride-On Toys

There are plenty of other types of vehicles kids can ride on. Roadsters, motorcycles, mega-trucks, even fire engines for pre-schoolers. Here are just some of my favorites. All of which are on my idea list for granddaughters.

More Fun Options

Of course, there are lots more choices for ride-on toys. Some are darling animals like giraffes and butterflies, others a plush toys that can be ridden with foot power. But there are also the favorite movie and TV characters, like Dora the Explorer and just about anything Disney. See more of these choices at kid powered ride-on toys. Any little one on your gift list will be thrilled and you will be happier with the use of their extra energy.

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  1. Cynthia says:

    The kids powered ride-on toys have always been at the top of everyone “favorite toy” list. I very much remember my own son waking up every morning and “riding” his circle through the house 🙂

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