Growing up I never really saw the appeal of scooters. Now that I have kids I love watching them try new things. One of the new things my daughter recently tried and loved was her Uncle’s Razor scooter. Although I never really had a lot of fun with scooters my daughter loved it. She rode it everyday we were at my parent’s house. It was fun for me to see my daughter having so much fun.
When Christmas was coming up I had to put together a list of some gift ideas for my littles. One of the presents I had at the top of the lists for both my kids were scooters. I had already bought a metal Razor scooter for my daughter but I wanted my son, who just turned two, to be able to get one too. So I did some research and I found a scooter that is perfect for young preschool aged children. *The product mentioned below was provided to me from Razor in exchange for my honest opinion of it’s quality and functionality.
The Razor jr r3 is perfect for children still learning balance.
As I watched my daughter when she was riding her uncle’s scooter I knew there was no way I was going to let my son ride a scooter like that, he is two years younger than she is and I knew he would crash instantly. With the Razor t3 I don’t have to worry about him needing the balancing skills right away. The scooter has three wheels, one in the back and two in the front, that helps with ability to balance.
The front of the scooter is set up so all the child needs to do is tilt one way or the other to steer. This is awesome because it is easy for younger children to do. It also helps teach them the skills they will need to transition to a bigger scooter one day.
As I mentioned before she loved riding her uncle’s metal Razor scooter and was a pro from the first kick off. That didn’t stop her from wanting to try out her brother’s new ride and she loves it.
The t3 scooter is a great gift for any child (3 and up), who loves to be on the move. Who do you know that would love a Razor t3?
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