As a father to a toddler (two and a half year old to be exact) I’ve been looking at the best toddler scooters on the market. I want to get my son a good scooter to play with but I certainly don’t want to put my young son on a two wheeler designed for bigger kids.
A few weeks back I started getting advertisements in my newspaper full of toys for Christmas. I don’t usually look through these but this one day I was glancing through and I saw a cool three wheel scooter that looked like it was actually designed for a small child. The thing stood up on it’s own so a toddler wouldn’t have to be so sure footed meaning it was going to be much safer.
Anyway, ever since I saw that first ad and started thinking about getting one for my son I started looking around online for as many other good options as i could come across.
This page features all of scooters for toddlers I’ve come across and given time to research and draw conclusions about. If you want to buy a toddler scooter then maybe my thoughts on each of these below will be useful to you.
The Razor Kixi Kix Scooter (Green/Blue)
Razor is the big name in the kids scooter industry and of the Razor’s out there this is the one I would buy every time for a toddler. The metal scooters may be best for bigger kids but this light-weight plastic scooter is best for small kids. It’s smaller, has a wider base with three wheels and the handlebar doesn’t turn, instead the base tilts to turn so that small kids can better handle their direction.
I also like this because it’s super affordable which is something I (as a parent) am always looking for in toddler friendly toys.
This scooter comes in the color shown and in pink. It can also be purchased as the Scribbler which has a mounting station for sidewalk chalk if you choose to use it.
To see the full product description and features of the Kixi Kix scooter for toddlers click here.
More Scooters Can Be Found Through The Links Below
Also, as you know full and well scooters are not the only cool riding toys for our littler ones.
Check out TotRides’ Ride On Toys Store to see the budding list of products I’ve covered here on this site.