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  • Why Are Kids Electric Cars with Parental Control Safer for Your Baby?

    Kids electric cars are fun; they offer your child a chance to explore the outdoors, improve their spatial and motor skills, learn wonderful facts about nature and develop a sense of independence.

    Safety First!

    Wonderful as kids ride on cars are, the “safety first” rule is still very important. That’s why the best electric cars for kids are designed, keeping in mind your child’s well-being and safety. Such ride on toys come with a range of inbuilt safety features like safety seat belts and advanced parental remote-control systems.

    An efficient parental remote-control system can go a long way towards ensuring your child’s safety. Very young kids such as preschoolers, toddlers, and babies who are new to electric ride on cars take a while to explore their features and adjust to them.

    Why Go for Kids Electric Cars with Parental Control?

    Most age-appropriate kids electric cars are designed to be super-simple and safe - but toddlers may take a while to understand how their new ride works. The concept of pedal-proportional acceleration, for instance, may be completely new for them. Very young drivers (babies and toddlers) also may take a while to develop the necessary motor skills required for steering their vehicle right or left safely.

    That’s why we recommend that you always select a kids electric cars with parental control system. Parental remote-controlled cars make it possible for parents to supervise and support beginners during playtime (and have fun while at it!)

    How Kids Electric Cars with Parental Control Work?

    Cars with inbuilt parental remote-control functionality make it possible for parents to enjoy the thrill of playtime while ensuring the safety of their babies.

    Kids electric cars with parental control systems allow parents to drive the vehicle from afar using a handheld remote control. The remote-control system also makes it possible for parents to override their baby’s driving at any given moment.

    Kids electric cars with parental control  features work amazingly well if your baby is too young to reach the acceleration paddle or drive the car on their own. You can also use this feature to override manual controls and ensure your child has a hurdle-free drive. The ability to steer the car away from afar is especially helpful in avoiding collisions and bumpy terrains.

    Types of Remote-Control Systems

    As mentioned earlier, parental remote-control system is an essential feature, especially if you’re shopping for younger children.

    In order to make an informed purchase decision, you should know what the different types of remote-control systems are and how they work on a basic level - and we’re here to help you do that!

    Here are three types of remote-control systems you can choose from:

    1) Radio Frequency Remotes

    Radiofrequency remotes are a standard option because they run on a frequency of 27MHz, which is considered the universal frequency.

    While radio frequency remotes are super-reliable because they’re easy-to-use and simple to set up, they have one major drawback; signal interference.

    Radio remotes run on a universal frequency range, which is common in many small toys. That’s why there can be disruptions and signal interference. To be on the safe side, avoid radio frequency remotes if you’re purchasing two ride-on toys.

    2) 2.4 G Bluetooth Remote Control System

    The 2.4 G Bluetooth remote control systems are an improvement on radio-frequency remotes. Bluetooth systems are becoming popular because they’re more advanced and powerful. In fact, these remote-control systems are ideal for kids electric cars  because they can work over a long range.

    2.4 G Bluetooth remote controls use unique micro-frequencies so interference doesn’t occur. That means 2.4 G Bluetooth systems make it possible for many children to enjoy their vehicles in the same shared space.

    3) Smartphone Apps

    Smartphone remote apps for ride on toys only got introduced recently so they’re relatively rare in the UK. Smartphone remote apps allow parents to control their child’s ride on vehicle using their personal devices like smartphones and tablets.

    Smartphone remote apps are slowly gaining popularity in the UK because they’re super convenient. Presently, it’s a little difficult to find electric ride on cars that can be controlled using smartphone apps but let's hope we get this option soon!


  • An Age-By-Age Guide to Buying Kids Ride On Cars

    Kids ride on cars are an absolute delight for children of all ages. Whether it is a simple balance bike, a self-propelled foot to floor ride on or a thundering jeep with massive wheels, odds are your little driver would eventually fall in love with their new outdoor toy!

    But with so many glossy models and designs available, selecting an age-appropriate and safe ride on toy for your little aspiring driver can become a truly overwhelming task.

    If you’re considering buying a ride on toy for your baby, you have landed at the right spot! Read our age-by-age guide to buying kids ride on cars  to choose the perfect toy for your child.

    Let’s dive right in!

    Age 0-2

    Babies in this age group are still developing their motor skills and sense of balance - and that makes them vulnerable to tumbling and falling.

    That’s why you should be extra careful when picking a ride on toy for very young children. The toy you pick should have added safety features. If you’re picking an electric ride on car, a powerful parental remote-control system is a must.

    For very young children, we recommend simple and manual ride on toys such as balance bikes  and foot to floor ride-ons. Balance bikes can help your baby develop their balance while foot to floor ride ons are great for your baby’s motor skills.

    Foot to floor ride ons, as the name suggests, need to be pushed forward using feet so they’re a brilliant option if you want your young one to get sufficient physical activity during playtime.

    Age 3-5

    Have a toddler at your hands? That’s good news if you’re shopping for a kids electric car. By the age of 3, most children have developed the motor skills, balance, coordination, and reflexes required for handling an electric ride on car.

    If your child is in this age range, they’re filled with an urge to wander, ask curious questions and find out more about how the world works so encouraging them to explore the outdoors in an electric ride on car is an amazing idea.

    Toddlers are observant too so aesthetics matter when you go car shopping! Pick a vehicle with detailed bodywork, a glossy and vibrant paint coat and added security features such as seat belts and parental remote-control system.

    Electric ride on cars for children aged 3 and up  have various inbuilt features that can keep your baby engaged throughout their drive. Opt for a vehicle with realistic engine sounds, working headlights and MP3 slots for additional fun!

    Keep in mind that children this age can handle cars that speed up moderately. Cap the speed limit to be on the safe side. To do that, pick a 12 v vehicle with a top speed of 5 km/h.

    Age 5-8

    Preschoolers are a powerhouse of excess energy and excitement. Their motor skills are significantly developed, and they can easily navigate. That’s why children aged 5-8 can easily man a more advanced ride on car.

    In fact, if you’re selecting a kids electric car for this age group, make sure you pick one that offers a realistic experience. That’s why we recommend popular licensed vehicles such as Jaguar, Audi, Bentley and Lamborghini ride on cars.

    Pick a car with a range of inbuilt features such as headlights, display board, MP3 ports and realistic engine sounds. Kids aged 5 and above can easily maneuver heavier vehicles. If your little one is adventurous and great at driving, you can even go for a jeep!

    We recommend you pick a vehicle with a dual motor system for this age bracket. Twin motors allow for more horsepower and multiple gear options, which provide a more life-like driving experience to your baby.

    Age 8 +

    Your child is all ready and set for a bigger, more realistic and powerful electric ride on car. If you have a child aged 8 +, you can go all out on those gorgeous 4x4’s, SUVs and even quads!

    Electric ride on cars designed for this age bracket are often more detailed and real-looking, with most models looking like a mini version of the real deal!  They’re also more powerful and can be driven on a range of terrains including grassy plots, roads, and pavements.

    For children aged 8 and above, we recommend a powerful 24 v battery vehicle with twin motors and multiple gear options. Make sure the car you pick has proper rubber tyres that provide enough traction.

    If your baby is social and enjoys playing with other children, you may also want to consider a 2-seater model with enough room for two little travelers!

    Good luck!

  • 5 Fun & Educational Springtime Activities for Kids

    This year, spring arrived unusually early in most parts of the UK - and after a harsh and stormy winter, we were ready to welcome it with open arms. Springtime has a pleasant effect on everyone, be it children or adults; its balmy outside, the sun is shining, and life is blossoming all around.

    Spring season is also an excellent time to enjoy exciting outdoor activities with your little one. With trees regaining leaves, little saplings shooting up, little animals and birds crawling out of their hideouts and beautiful flowers blooming all around, springtime also present children the perfect opportunity to explore their surroundings, experience new things and learn how the world works.

    Here are the top 5 fun and educational activities you can try to celebrate the spring season with your children:

           1.Scavenger Hunt Time!

    The UK, during springtime, is absolutely spectacular so you don’t want to miss out on a chance to explore nature with your baby. While taking a leisurely walk down the meadow might be your style, it gets a little complex if you add a preschooler or a toddler to the mix.

    So, here’s what to do; make your nature walks more interesting for your children by turning them into scavenger hunt sessions. All you need is a clipboard, a piece of paper and a route. List the items you want your baby to spot on the walk, hand them a pen and ask them to cross off the item they spot. Feel free to use lists with pictures for toddlers and young preschoolers who don’t know how to read yet.

    The best part about scavenger hunts is that they completely transform outdoor walks into an exciting and educational chance to explore nature. The game itself is super versatile so you can easily tweak it according to place and time. For instance, a spring season list could include the sun, clouds, rosebuds, seasonal flowers, frogs, squirrels, mallard ducklings, bumblebees, badger cubs and migratory birds like cuckoos and swallows.

          2.Try Camping

    Pick a clear and sunny weekend to take the family on a camping trip! Camping is a family activity that most kids enjoy to the fullest. It’s a win-win for both parents and children.

    Camping trips are a win for you because you get to escape the bustle of the city and settle in a camping ground to spend quality time with your babies. They’re a win for your children because they get to explore nature, learn more things, sit by firelight and roast yummy marshmallows.

    While there are plenty of camping sites in the UK, you can even execute this activity close to home or even in the backyard. Just set up a tent, stoke a little fire and enjoy!

         3.Make a Spring Sensory Box

    According to research, young children learn best through experiences. Toddlers, in particular, use their senses to explore their environment, try things and learn from their surroundings. A spring sensory box is a great idea because its experiences and exploration all rolled into one!

    A sensory spring is a wonderfully experiential way of introducing your baby to springtime. A sensory spring box can be any box that you can decorate with leaves, stickers and a bit of glitter glue. You can even decorate a sensory spring box with your baby and turn it into a fun activity of its own!

    The next step is to collect spring-related items and artifacts for your box. If you have toddlers or preschoolers, take them out on a walk through a playground or a meadow and let them find natural souvenirs themselves.

    However, if your baby is too young to explore on their own, you can collect items for their spring sensory box. Some of the things you can easily collect include a baby-safe fragrant flower bud (we recommend primrose), a silky bird feather, a patterned piece of bark, cherry blossom petals and a brightly coloured flower.

          4.Go for a Spin on an Electric Ride on Car

    Another way to make outdoor time more fun and super exciting for your baby is to get an electric toy car for kids. Not only would a ride on toy develop your child’s motor skills, but it will also make them fall in love with the outdoors!

    Kids' electric cars are available in a wide range of colours, models, and sizes. At Electric Ride On Cars, you can easily find an age-appropriate and safe ride-on toy for your child. Kids electric cars work best on varied terrain. They’re battery-powered so your child can explore a larger area. However, if you want your child to get physical activity, you can look into our range of pedal-powered foot to floor ride-ons  too.

          5.Save Sundays for a Trip to the Farmer’s Market

    Here’s how you teach your child the importance of eating healthy and get done with groceries at the same time; a Sunday trip to the farmer’s market!

    Spring season is also the best time to visit the farmers market because most local markets are stocked full of fresh produce and seasonal fruits during this season.

    Make your trip fun by asking your children to help you shop by making a rainbow grocery list (include 7 fresh veggies and fruits in the list and explain their benefits to your baby) and encouraging them to talk to the local farmers and learn more about where their food comes from and how it's grown.

  • Fun activities for kids in the Summer

    Spring and Summer is probably most child’s favourite seasons. School is out, the sun is out, and all the fun is definitely out! If you don't have any plans for a vacation, a trip to the beach and no scheduled summer camp, there are still plenty of ways to keep the enjoyment going even when you're just at home. What matters to your kids is that you enjoy the activities with them!

    But Families have changed in the last 40 years or so. In many homes, both parents may work long hours while their children do their best to keep up with both school and extracurricular activities. Because of this, family fun can sometimes be lost in the rush of everyday life while important bonding moments can be shoved to the side in place of tight schedules.

    Yet, there are still many ways that families can enjoy time together even with a busy lifestyle. By including fun, light-hearted activities, filled with some humour to keep it interesting, kids and parents can create memorable moments together.

    Every family, no matter the tight schedule they share, has a day or two through the week when they can carve out a bit of time to spend together in a fun way. Setting aside a few hours during a convenient day of the week for a "Family Fun Day" can help keep each family member on track. So here are some activities you can indulge your kids in this summer.

    Create an obstacle course indoors

    Kids love a good challenge. And they have plenty of energy to burn. An obstacle course is the perfect activity for active little ones. Even an indoor one would work great!

    Tape some yarn back and forth across hallways to create a "laser maze", drape a blanket over a table (covering the sides) to make a "tunnel", set up couch cushions to create barriers to crawl under or jump over and more. Better yet, let the young ones create their own obstacle course to also keep their minds busy!

    Introduce water beads

    If you don't know what water beads are, they are tiny and colourful hard beads that when left for hours in a bowl of water, grow into soft, squishy balls. The longer they are soaked in water, the bouncier and larger they get. Water beads are ideal for sensory play (and therapeutic for adults, too!).

    Place the water beads in any clear container and just let the children explore it using their hands. Place a few of their bath toys in the container for added fun. If you purchased plenty of water beads, one fun activity you can try is a water beads bath! Fill a small inflatable pool with water, get the children in their swim wear and get right into the water fun!

    Make homemade movies

    In a time where most kids love to watch their favourites on YouTube, it would be really exciting for them to star in their own video. Guide them through planning but allow them to run the whole thing - from scriptwriting to what they want to do in the video. They could pull a prank, open a package or act out a story. Do the editing, upload it on any video app then gather the whole family in the living room for the "premiere" of the movie or video - popcorn and all!


    Pots or a small vegetable plot is all that is required. Let children decide what they would like to plant, and this can even encourage them to eat their vegetables. Involve them in the entire process, from planting to watering and harvesting. Make a cheap watering can out of a bottle (pancake containers are ideal) with holes through the top - they are the perfect size and each child can have one. It is so rewarding to watch plants grow, especially if they are edible. Currently, my daughter is patiently waiting for her snow peas to grow!

    Stone play

    A bit like sand, stones are great for play. They make a great sound when they hit tin or wood. Provide the children with a few items to use with the stones, a bit of plastic, some metal or wood. I normally use spoons, trucks, containers, cooking trays etc. The children immersed themselves in the play and so far, I never had children throwing them at each other! Give it a try.


    Charades can be made into a humorous activity when the subject is centred on funny family moments like when the dog ate Mom's meatloaf or when the washing machine turned all of the laundry pink. Simply write down these moments of humour on little folded notes and place them in a bowl. Each family member picks a note from the bowl and must act out the subject accordingly. This provides the family an opportunity to learn that even stressful moments can be funny.

    Family bonding is a crucial aspect of family health. Including fun and humour in as many daily activities as possible will help to ensure that both parents and kids stay in communication with one another while creating an important sense of trust and caring among all family members.

    Sure there are plenty of toys like Lego, trains and dolls, which are all great fun and of course have a place. But what lasts the longest and promotes cooperative play are those basic play opportunities, such as rolling down hills, finding snails or playing with boxes. One such activity promoter would be kids electric car which are refreshing and exciting, sure to spice things up a bit. So, head on over to your nearest kids electric car shop to get yours now!


  • 5 Things You Can Do Right Now to Build Your Child’s Confidence

    Do you know what’s the best and most long-lasting gift you can give to your little one? Confidence and a positive self-image!

    Children who are more confident in their abilities are more likely to have a positive self-image and high self-esteem - and children with high self-esteem are more likely to feel loved, wanted and accomplished. They’re also more proactive and open to learning new things.

    Expert Corner: Why Is Confidence Important?

    According to Carl Pickhardt, a renowned psychologist who has authored well over 15 books on parenting and child development, low confidence can seriously hamper a child’s ability to learn and absorb new things.

    Pickhardt asserts that a child who lacks confidence will be less open to new experiences and hesitant about trying new things because he or she is afraid of disappointing others or failing. He warns that this could turn into a hard-to-alter pattern and cause problems for the child later in life. Furthermore, he cautions that this pattern can last well into adulthood.

    This means that the way you treat your baby during childhood can shape them for life! As overwhelming as that sounds, it's true - and it’s a lot of responsibility! But as parents, you need to take steps to build your child’s confidence, reinforce their positive self-image and encourage them every step of the way, so they grow into accomplished, happy and productive adults.

    So, how do you get started? Pickhardt has some advice to offer, “Fear and discouragement are two factors that bring down confidence in young children, so they should be avoided at any cost.” That means that you have to ensure that you are motivating your child and support them when they tackle a difficult task or try something new.

    How to Build Confidence in Your Child?

    So, as a parent or a caretaker, what can you do to boost your little one’s confidence? Our experts have compiled a list of top 5 things you can do right now to encourage your baby and build their confidence:

    1) Give Them Unconditional Love

    This might seem obvious to you but it's extremely important that your child feels accepted and loved from the very beginning. As parents, you have a pivotal role to play in this. You need to make sure that your child feels safe and loved when they are with you.

    But remember, you are not the only people your child interacts with on a daily basis. Babies should get love from home because it begins there but your baby’s extended family, relatives, grandparents, teachers, schoolmates and even the community are just as important!

    Set an example by treating your child like a little adult. It's normal for exhausted and overworked parents to make mistakes but it’s important that you immediately acknowledge that you’ve made a parenting mistake, give your baby a hug and tell them you’re sorry and you still love them.

    2) Teach Them That Mistakes Are Normal

    Perfection is unreal and parents should never engage in toxic behaviors such as comparisons. While fostering a sense of healthy competition in your child is crucial to their development, you should never ever make your child feel like you’re disappointed in them. Don’t let an unrealistic obsession with perfection affect your child.

    Instead of harshly criticizing them for their mistakes or being sarcastic, be patient with your baby and tell them that perfection is a myth and we are all expected to make mistakes and they provide us with an opportunity to learn.

    “Learning from mistakes bolsters confidence in children,” seconds Pickhardt. Pickhardt says children begin learning from mistakes when parents, teachers and other caregivers look at all the “uh-oh moments” as an opportunity to teach children not to fear failure.

     3) Praise Them Wisely

    A lot has been said so far about encouraging your babies but how do you do that? The simplest way to build confidence in children is to praise them and tell them that you are proud of them. Young children, especially babies and toddlers, measure their self-worth and achievements according to your standards and that is why they respond very well to realistic praise.

    The trick here is to be as realistic in your praise as possible and appreciate your baby’s efforts instead of their overall performance. Being realistic is super important because if you appreciate your child using hollow words or overpraise them, they will be able to see through the farce and develop trust issues with you.

    That’s why be as honest as possible and provide detailed and realistic feedback to your child instead of exaggerated appreciation. Instead of telling your child that they’re the best artist in the world after they show you a drawing, try telling them you really liked how they drew the whole family together or used eye-pleasing colours, etc.

    Instead of overpraising your child and passing generic statements like “that wasn’t too bad, buddy!”, try acknowledging the truth and praise your baby for their effort, attitude, struggle and approach instead of the results. That will make them feel worth it, regardless of the outcome of their actions.

     4) Lead by Example

    It's no secret that children learn best from the example set by their parents. You are your baby’s hero - at least until the tumultuous teens, so you better set a good example!

    Your child learns from the way you respond to everyday tasks and the attitude you have towards them. “Watching you succeed at a task will make your child confident that they can perform it too,” agrees Pickhardt.

    Simply put, your baby will pick up on your habits so make sure you put effort into whatever you are doing for the day. When you handle a task with a cheerful and confident attitude, you’re basically teaching your child to do the same and that’s good for their confidence.

    When you fail at doing something, its okay to admit that you have failed in front of your child but make sure you establish that mistakes are completely normal and mention the corrective steps you would take.

    For example, if you forgot to buy an item on the grocery list you can admit you have a weak memory but you should also mention what you’re doing to remedy this issue; making lists & notes, relying on a reminder app on your phone, playing memory games etc. This will make your baby think that problems are normal and they can always work their way out of them, which is great for your baby’s esteem.

    5) Focus on the Playtime

    Challenging your child or teaching them new things such as learning how to balance or sing can positively impact their confidence. Start by showing your child how to do something and then let them do it themselves but supervise them. It's okay if your baby makes mistakes the first time around, you can always offer feedback once they are done.

    Foster your child’s decision making and problem-solving skills with new games, puzzles and educational toys during playtime. Engage with your child and have fun alongside them. Educational toys have a wide range of benefits  for your child’s growth.

    You can also encourage your baby to explore their surroundings, engage in healthy physical activity and enjoy the outdoors. Investing in an educational toy like a kids' electric car  is a fun way to convince your baby to explore the outdoors and connect with their surroundings. Then, there are ride on toys (such as foot to floor ride ons) that encourage physical activity and strengthen your baby’s muscles.

    Going outdoors for playtime and exercise also fosters a sense of independent play in very young children. It teaches children the basics of respecting their bodies and the importance of healthy physical activity. Going outdoors and playing with other children can also develop your child’s social skills, which is great for your baby’s esteem.

  • Grooming your children in an approachable way

    Grooming and education programs for children are being conducted in various schools all over the world and by other NGO's as well. This provides each individual student an opportunity towards achievement of their personal success and develops them into becoming strong individuals themselves at the same time.

    Development of a child's character usually starts with the help course, which teaches the parents who are not familiar with the concept and importance of their kid's character education. These courses provide and help the kids in gaining many good qualities instead of just learning 1 or 2 good things in their entire lives.

    Since these days, the parents are usually very busy people trying to bring about a work-life balance in themselves and in their families, this type of courses and programs help them to cut the time taken in order to learn how to make the kids learn character education at various stages in their lives and how to react to or deal with constantly changing situations and different reactions.

    Children need to learn and understand the tremendous value that character education and they have to learn it hands on a daily basis. It is not just learnt directly but also through indirect ways with the kids being taught as to how one must think through different types of situations and react to them in the right way possible.

    The kids can be made to understand how they should control and regulate their emotions and react in a mature fashion when faced with frustration or stressful syndromes. They should also learn communication techniques, which will be immensely helpful to them towards their personal empowerment and be resilient men or women when they grow up. Children should have a feeling of engagement and interest to what they are taught in their Character Education classes if they are to learn anything of value from there.

    Children tend to learn a lot in a better way if they are taught with a positive approach, which is also passionate in nature. You need to find out a course, which is simple and easy to understand by itself without making the things more complex for the kids than what is absolutely needed. Parents and teachers alike need to be passionate as children can read your eyes and any attempt to fake it will only encourage indifference in learning and cause dissidence among the kids you teach.

    Any grooming course or program that helps in building and developing a kid's confidence level would include showing the children how to set their goals realistically and how they can reach such goals. There could be a lot of small wins which are much better to a child than putting your focus on one big uncertain, unrealistic and an impossible goal. The course should be kept easy and simple and help the kids in promoting their imagination and action that the kids take for reaching their pre-set objective.

    How the outdoors presents an opportunity

    Children's outdoor toys are a great opportunity for children and many people don't know that especially when they become parents for the first time. The children that do not get this opportunity in life grow up lazy, stubborn, indolent and dizzy in usual cases while the ones that have this opportunity are vigilant, quick, effective and responsive to everything in nature.

    One of the reasons of developing great extrovert personality and good physique is that the children that have good grooming from the early ages prosper while the children who were not exposed to playing outdoors with toys remain behind in everything. Children that are having opportunities from the early ages are way better then children that do not have opportunities from the early ages.

    Vigilance, activeness and prosperity can never be purchased with money. They are there because people are exposed to different scenarios from the early ages. When people are not given opportunities when they are children then they grow up as lazy and indolent in life. For the same reasons there are many families that focus on the good grooming for children from the early ages.

    Enjoyment is something that is loved by all humans. People at all ages love to have enjoyment and that increases the life span and health conditions of a human. Enjoyment is a wonderful term and it has different meanings for different kinds of people. When it's about children then enjoyment is the moment of happiness for them.

    There can be many opportunities given to children from the early ages. Children's toys are probably the best opportunities that can be given to children. Children can learn things from using these toys that cannot be learnt otherwise. The learning process of humans never end up till the day of death and when children are given an opportunity to play with the toys then that makes them learn things faster.

    There is no school on earth that can teach children things which they learn from their personal experiences. That is all hit, and trial procedure and it's all done in the fun and fair play. When children play they get exposure to various situations and they learn to tackle them easily during the play. That opens up their mind and their thinking becomes vast for everything in life. Children become broad minded when they get the opportunity to play. Children learn to brainstorm, and they learn to think about solutions when they have to meet the challenges that are given to them by the children's outdoor toys. The whole scenario makes them solution-oriented to problems and that makes their personality dynamic.

    So if you are looking for such outdoor toys that mix things up a bit in an exciting way then check this out!

  • 5 Best Dirt Bikes & Electric Scooters for Kids [2020 Reviews]

    Children all ages love electric scooters and dirt bikes. They’re a fun and wonderful way to explore the neighbourhood safely, run little chores or even commute to and from school. Watching your child act like a little adult and handle their commute, learn about road safety and assume responsibility is hands down one of the best experience for all parents.

    Besides, kids ride on toys such as electric scooters motivate your babies to go outdoors and explore (which is great in the era of gadgets like cell phones and tabs). They’re also important for your child’s mental health and development. Many studies on child growth have expanded on the link between outdoor physical activity and learning capacity.

    In one such study, researchers found that children who ride their own vehicle to school are more focused and keen to learn compared to children who are driven to school by their parents. That’s because dirt bikes and mini electric scooters for kids improve mindfulness in children and improve their ability to concentrate on the task at hand.

    Kids dirt bikes and mini electric scooters are also compact in shape and lightweight. They are designed to develop your child’s sense of balance and refine their motor skills. Electric scooters and dirt bikes are also a great way to teach your child the importance of being environmentally conscious since they don’t use fuel to run and are a zero-emission way to go to nearby places.

    If you’re on lookout for the best and most exciting electric scooters and dirt bikes for your young one, you’re in luck! Our experts reviewed electric ride on toys for children, ranked them on the basis of their features, quality and overall value.

    And the list we compiled is out! Here are best mini electric scooters and dirt bikes for kids:

    1.Pink Electric Ride On Scooter for Kids (140 Watts)

    Electric scooters are good but you know what’s a better option for kids who need to commute? An electric scooter with a seat for your kid to sit on so they can enjoy a comfortable ride. That’s why we recommend this compact and safe pink electric ride on scooter for kids!

    Even though it looks very sleek, this e-scooter is a powerful ride that can achieve a top speed of 12 km/h in a go. That’s why it’s only recommended for children aged 8 years or above. This mini electric scooter for kids is also sturdy with a solid steel exterior and an aluminum footplate.

    Our pink electric ride on scooter is highly adjustable and versatile. We are smitten with the smooth tea pink colour but you can pick between metallic silver, blazing blue  and pitch black  options.

    2.Mini Moto Pit Scrambler Dirt Bike for Kids [500 Watts]

    Powerful and gorgeous, this 500 Watt mini moto Pit Scrambler dirt bike  is an ideal pick for adventurous children. The bike comes with a convenient twist and go throttle – and though there is nothing complicated about this chain-driven ride on mini dirt bike, going around on it requires relatively refined motor skills and a well-developed sense of balance. That’s why we highly recommend the Pit Scrambler for children aged 14 and above.

    Its powerful 500 W motors and long-lasting 36 v battery give this vehicle a top speed of 25 km/h and a reasonable battery recharge time (8-9 hrs). The mini-dirt bike comes complete with a kickstand, front and rear disc breaks, high-traction rubber tyres and a shock-absorbing suspension system which makes it suitable for a variety of terrains.

    We absolutely love the metallic body-finish and the vibrant colours this bike comes in. You can go for booming blue, eclectic fuchsia, glossy black or neon green colours. If you want our two cents, we absolutely love black for its grace and contrasting details!

    3.Road Storm Mini Moto Dirt Bike [250 Watts]

    Looking for the right electric dirt bike for children aged 10 or above? Try our reliable Road Storm mini moto dirt bike. Safe, compact, easy-to-handle yet reliable with twin 12 v batteries, 250-Watt brush motors and a top speed of 20 km/h, Road Storm is an exciting toy to teach road responsibility and basic biking to your tiny one.

    We absolutely love this bike for the comfort and convenience it offers. It comes with cushy leather seats and rear discs breaks that can be easily operated by the handlebar lever (just like in real bikes!). Its lively and colourful design is enough to excite your child!

    The chain-driven bike features a twist-and- go throttle and has a range of 15 to 20 km which is enough for your child’s every day commute. Road Storm is a truly versatile dirt bike, available in a wide range of eye-pleasing colours. We cannot get enough of this warm and sporty orange  but your child can also go for hot pink, parrot green  or pitch black  if they want.

    4.Sleek and Suave Electric Blue Kids Mini Dirt-Bike

    Want something simpler and more compact for your 10 year old? Try our sleek and sauve electric blue mini dirt bike for your outdoor explorer. This bike is more robust and lightweight, it’s simple and straightforward design makes it very easy to handle so, rest assured, your young one will have a safe drive.

    This mini dirt bike is simple but it has all the other inbuilt features including a powerful 250 Watt brushless motor and two 12 v batteries, required to achieve a maximum speed of 15 to 20 km/ hr. It also has a convenient twist n go throttle, a parking stand and reliable rear disc breaks.

    You can pick from a rage of eye-catching colours including deep blue, tea pink  and black magma.

    5.Lime Green Balance Bike for Younger Children

    This list would have been incomplete without a recommendation for the tiniest drivers out there. Yes, we mean little people a.k.a toddlers and babies (basically every aspiring driver aged 2 and above). So, if you’re teaching your tot to balance themselves, this lime green balance bike  is a great idea.

    Balance bikes are especially designed to be your baby’s first ride on toy and teach them basic balance skills. They’re sturdy, super safe (because theres’s a baby onboard) and very lightweight. Our lime green balance bike comes with added safety features like rubber-coated handlebars and soft and pliable high-grip rubber tyres to keep your tot safe.

    Babies love bright colours and that’s not a secret so we included the lime green model in our list but you can also opt for other vibrant and appealing colours such as glossy orange, deep blue  or pink delight.


  • Character development of children in an impressionable age

    How many of you think there are many children that struggle with communicating their needs, thoughts and feelings with words and instead are physically impulsive? Whether you have noticed this behaviour challenge with your own children, or in your observation of other children, it does exist for many. Bullying is now in the forefront of media coverage, and it seems that too many children are disinterested and have no concern over another child’s feelings.

    In his book “The Psychology of Character,” Dr. A.A. Roback defines character as an indication of a person’s ability to “inhibit the baser human instincts of fear, greed, selfishness, and pride while deliberately exercising the virtues of goodness.” Moreover, the character reflects who we choose to be, the attitudes and values that govern our behaviour and reflect how we feel about ourselves and others. New York Times columnist and best-selling author David Brooks says that good character comes from “fighting your weaknesses and depth of character comes from the struggle, the wrestling with your shortcomings.”

    But this may seem as a straightforward task but teaching character is not an easy task, causing many in our secular, bottom-line culture to wonder what’s in it for them and their children. Rather than trying to instil abstract values in our children, wouldn’t our efforts and funds be better spent on immediate, tangible goals, such as getting into the right schools, meeting the right people, or excelling at a particular skill?

    So what are some long-term benefits of instilling these golden traits in your child, well lets take a look together.

    Overcoming challenges or failures

    Everyone faces setbacks in life – such as job loss, divorce, and illness – that can break their hearts and spirits. Those with strong character demonstrate a greater ability to bounce back and continue to pursue their goals despite the obstacles they might face.

    For example, Winston Churchill suffered a major political defeat following WWI and retired from the government for more than a decade before returning to lead the British fight against the Nazis. As a consequence of his indomitable courage and willingness to accept responsibility, he died as one of the world’s most loved and respected leaders. Steve Jobs humiliated and publicly ridiculed after his forced resignation in 1985 from Apple – the company he co-founded – demonstrated extraordinary persistence, self-confidence, and resiliency and lead to his return to Apple in 1996 and new success.

    Having overall stronger health

    A 2015 study published in Frontiers in Psychology found that workers with strong character traits handle workplace and life stresses better than those without such qualities. A 2018 report published in the International Positive Psychology Association newsletter reviewed hundreds of studies regarding the link between character and health, both physical and mental. The consensus was that character reliably predicts physical health and disability, as well as substance avoidance, cardio-respiratory fitness, and disease recovery.

    Doing better in business dealings

    A study reported in Harvard Business Review found that CEOs with high character ratings – especially in the categories of integrity, responsibility, forgiveness, and compassion – delivered a return on assets almost five times greater than CEOS with low character ratings.

    Examples of such leaders include Sally Jewell, a former Secretary of the Interior who overcame gender discrimination and anti-big business sentiments to protect natural, historical, and cultural treasures for future generations, and Charles Sorenson, whose kindness, ethics, and patience enabled him to lead a 1,200-physician practice as an example of how to reduce national health care costs.

    Here were some general benefits that we shed light upon but is the debate really settled?

    While there are also those who believe that the forward is through investing in your child’s character traits. The principles of character education are certainly not new. In many ways, they are consistent with more traditional ideas about education. At the same time, modern educators who embrace this model aren't trying to recapture the past. They are, rather, seeking to create an environment that helps students face the challenges of living in a complex and fast-changing world.

    Parents, as well as students, enjoy the benefits of character education. In a society where influences such as the media and internet constantly barrage children with messages, it's more important than ever to provide guidance and balance, both at home and in the classroom. It's unrealistic to expect parents on their own to watch and guide children all day long.

    Many parents recognize the need to raise their children in a community that fosters important values. Traditional influences, such as neighbors, religious institutions, and local community organizations are harder to find today. People spend long hours working, move frequently, change jobs, and are increasingly fragmented in their own social circles. Schools provide one of the few stable influences on children's' lives. Character education is a model that provides students with core values along with academic instruction. This type of education is essential for raising the next generation.

    But how to make this process appealing enough for children as they often lose interest very easily, so there might be a solution for that too. Educational toys such as electric ride on cars are designed to engage children in a productive and wholesome manner. They make playtime exciting and retain the interest of children, improving their focus and concentration during play sessions. So, if you want to motivate your child to improve their attention span, getting them an educational toy is a brilliant idea.




  • Top 5 Benefits of Educational Toys for Kids

    If you have been around children, you must’ve noticed that they are very curious about the world around them. Children love to explore, ask questions and learn new things about their surroundings.

    Kids are inquisitive creatures and that is a good thing. And while it might seem to you that your child is having fun while playing (and looking adorable while at it!), playtime is actually a lot more than fun and games.

    According to research, playtime provides children an unprecedented opportunity to learn new things, develop problem-solving skills, and exercise creativity. Playing also fosters a sense of autonomy in children and makes them self-reliant. It helps children develop and hone their communication skills.

    So what can parents and caretakers do to ensure that their little ones are having a productive (and super fun) playtime? One of the ways you can help your baby grow and understand the world around them is by getting them educational toys.

    Educational toys are specially designed to stimulate learning in children. Most educational toys either help your child develop a particular skill or enhance their knowledge about a particular subject. For instance, educational games such as puzzles are great for helping your child develop problem-solving skills while outdoor toys such as kids ride on cars can help kids develop and enhance their coordination and motor skills.

    Educational toys have countless advantages to offer. If you’re wondering what educational toys can do for your child, you’ve come to the right place. In this article, we will be discussing the top 5 benefits of educational toys for kids.

    So, here are 5 things educational toys can do for your child:

      1.Boost Their IQ

    Children are eager to learn and encouraging them with the right kind of toy can do a lot. Educational toys such as storybooks can increase your child’s literacy and teach them new things. Other toys such as electric ride on cars and foot to floor ride on toys can improve their hand-eye coordination, build their motor skills and teach them how to navigate. Puzzles and think-games (another class of educational toys) can enhance a child’s memorization and identification skills.

    When your little one picks up on all these skills, their overall intelligence quotient or IQ level is going to rise. The best part is that educational toys are designed to be exciting and fun, so this detailed learning process happens organically during playtime.

      2.Develop Their Senses

    There are many different educational toys out there and some of them are specifically designed to help your baby develop their core senses such as the sense of touch, sight and hearing. Bright and colourful toys, for instance, are ideal for toddlers because they help enhance their sense of sight.

    On the other hand, toys that provide tactile stimuli such as texture books and scrapbooks are a great way to introduce children to different materials. Then, there are toys that produce different sound effects and target your child’s sense of hearing.

    According to research, young children learn best through experiencing things firsthand. So, if you want to explain to your baby what ‘soft’ means, do not explain it to them using words. Simply, dig out that cuddly soft toy, make them touch it and they’d pick up on it.

    Educational toys are all about children experiencing things firsthand and learning through their experiences. That’s why they work best if you’re trying to teach your young one something.

       3.Enhance Their Problem-Solving Skills

    Most educational toys including puzzles shut the box games and even kids electric cars are designed to challenge children. Puzzles, for instance, teach your child how to follow a step-by-step sequence to find solutions to a particular problem.

    Similarly, games such as shut the box, require basic mathematical skills to solve a problem. Toys such as kids electric cars take the problem-solving game outdoors! When in a ride on toy, a child gets a chance to explore and solve problems that arise during the ride e-g bumpy tracks.

      4.Get Their Creative Juices Flowing

    Imaginative play, also called ‘'make-believe play’  fosters creativity in children - and educational toys make imaginative play possible by giving children a chance to exercise their creativity and make playtime plotlines.

    Educational toys also allow children to experiment and explore the world around them. When your baby gets a chance to build new things and indulge in creative design, not only are they learning new things but also using their creative skills to make playtime fun!

      5.Improve Their Focus and Concentration

    Children generally have short attention spans. That’s why they lose interest and move on so quickly. You must have noticed your child toy around during study sessions. It's not like your child doesn’t want to learn, they are just lacking the right kind of motivation.

    Fun educational toys such as electric ride on cars are designed to engage children in a productive and wholesome manner. They make playtime exciting and retain the interest of children, improving their focus and concentration during play sessions. So, if you want to motivate your child to improve their attention span, getting them an educational toy is a brilliant idea.

  • Best Foot to Floor Ride on Toys for Your Toddler 2020

    Children love foot to floor ride on toys. Foot to floor ride ons offer curious toddlers a chance to explore their surroundings in a fun way and develop a sense of independence and self-confidence.

    Benefits of Foot to Floor Ride On Toys

    Foot to floor ride on toys have a long list of amazing benefits to offer. When your child gets in their gorgeous foot to floor ride on and goes on another thrilling adventure, they are learning a lot of new things about their environment.

    Foot to floor ride on cars do not only improve your child’s coordination skills and enhance their spatial intelligence, they are also pedal powered which means that your little one is exercising without even realising it!  Since they need to be propelled forward by feet, foot to floor ride on toys also strengthen your toddler’s leg and arm muscles.

    Top 3 Foot to Floor Ride On Cars

    Ride on toys are available in all models, designs, and sizes. With so many options on the shelf, choosing the right ride on for your toddler can get a bit overwhelming.

    We understand that so we have compiled a list of toy recommendations for you. These foot to floor ride-on cars can offer an exhilarating and safe experience for toddlers of all ages:

    mercedes kids car

    1. Mercedes Foot to Floor Car

    Recommended age: 18 - 36 months

    Mercedes AMG foot to floor ride on  car is a detailed push-along toy for active toddlers who love adventure and exploration.

    The sleek ride on car resembles the original G63 AMG jeep series by Mercedes. It is a licensed Mercedes ride on toy made out of durable and high-quality plastic.

    Mercedes AMG foot to floor ride on car is available in three exciting colours; electric blue, glossy black and elegant white.

    ferrari foot to floor


    2. Ferrari Foot to Floor Ride On Car

    Recommended age: 18 months and above

    Ferrari foot to floor ride on car  is the best present for toddlers aged 3 + years. This Ferrari licensed car, made out of safe and quality plastic is great if you are looking for a toy for outdoors.

    Ferrari foot to floor ride on car was designed keeping in mind children’s exercise requirements. It features a steering wheel and must be pushed along by foot by the little driver.

    One of the best things about this ride on toy is the keen attention to detail involved in model design. It boasts the official Ferrari logo on the hood and realistic details like plastic headlights. Ferrari foot to floor ride on car is available in warm yellow  and booming red.

    Porsche foot to floor ride on car


    3. Porsche Foot to Floor Ride On Car

    Recommended age: 24 months and above

    A ride on our red Porsche is an absolute delight for most toddlers. The licensed car, featuring official Porsche insignia on the hood, is popular amongst children because it is a simple ride on car that can be easily maneuvered using steering wheel and foot power.

    The one-seater Porsche has a bold exterior manufactured from safe and durable plastic. It also features high-quality plastic wheels that do not wear out easily. The car has added highlights like replica front and rear headlights that look real.

    Porsche foot to floor is a push-along toy which means that your little one will be getting enough exercise (and fun!) during playtime. Mini-luxury Porsche ride on car is a fun and affordable present for toddlers. It is available in pastel white  and booming red colours.


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