Not quite old enough for a bike but already pros at the tricycle, preschool age kids need more ways to be active while developing balance and coordination. Encourage outdoor play and exercise gross motor skills with these unique ride on toys for preschoolers.
We’ve collected some of the most unique and best reviewed ride on toys suitable for preschool age kids. Here’s our picks for best original ride on toys for preschoolers:
Current Amazon Price: $50.45
These unique riding toys move when kids turn the handles back and forth. It develops arm strength and is great for coordination, plus kids love them! Must be used on a smooth hard surface; not suitable for carpet, grass or other rough terrain.
by Micro-Mobility, Switzerland
Current Amazon Price: $84.99
Made by Micro-Molity, a quality company that produces scooters for all ages, the Mini Kick is designed specifically for kids ages 2-5. It’s super lightweight at only 3.5 pounds, and easy to maneuver. The Mini Kick is also available in pink, green and orange.
by National Sporting Goods
Current Amazon Price: —
The Y-bike makes a good first balance bike for smaller preschoolers. The wheels are wide, making balancing easier and creating confidence. Kids who ride y-bike just a few times have shown observable improvements in balance and coordination. Also available in green, pink and blue.
by ezy roller
Current Amazon Price: $99.00
These low riders are propelled by moving your feet back and forth. Surprisingly easy to ride, the foot bar is adjustable, making it suitable for preschoolers and older kids too. You have to see the reviews of this to believe it! Available in a variety of colors.
Current Amazon Price: $82.06
Balance bikes are a wonderful transition to a bicycle – they are low enough to the ground that kids can practice balancing but still stabilize with their feet when necessary. The Skuut is also available in pink.
Don’t forget to ride safely! Children should wear helmets and pads at all times when riding these toys.
Does you preschooler have a favorite ride on toy, or is there a great one you feel we’ve forgotten? If so, please leave us a comment!