For many kids today, when they talk about “scooting”, it’s not across the floor. It means they want to take their mini scooter out for some fun. This is a great alternative to bike riding, and provides just as much exercise. Mini scooters make a great present and will give kids hours and hours of fun.
Mini scooters are made of solid metal and usually have either two or three wheels. The scooters with three wheels are for the younger kids in order for them to start getting balanced. With the two wheel mini scooters, they are low to the ground for a good centre of gravity. With the three wheelers having a push to steer handlebars and back wheel brakes, they are easy to start, stop, and motor around. They come in a wide variety of colours, and can be customized with a wide array of accessories.
Getting these scooters provide an abundance of not just fun, but exercise as well. The three wheel mini scooters work to build balance and skill for younger children. It acts similar to training wheels on a bicycle, where it allows children the chance to get themselves ready for a two wheel scooter. Being on a mini scooter builds muscles and lengthens them. It builds dexterity and coordination, which is something great for children to learn early and is skills they will transfer into other things, such as sports.
Whether choosing the two wheel or three wheel mini scooters, they are customizable. They come in a variety of colours, based on the child’s style and preferences. Many items can be purchased to accessorize the scooters, such as bells, streamers, and other things. The scooters are small and lightweight, so there’s no need to remove anything to make them lighter. Some mini scooters even fold up to put in a child’s locker at school.
The three wheel mini scooters are perfect for children ages 3-5. The two wheel scooters are perfect for older children who have developed the balance and dexterity for two wheels. Mini scooters are a great way to get a child moving and having some fun without needing to start them on a bicycle. Get your child “scooting” today!