Smart Balance Bikes by Smart Gear, often referred to as "run bikes" or "balance bikes", which are pedal free and without training wheels, first and foremost help a child develop the most important skills necessary to later ride a 2 wheel bicycle with pedals: BALANCE and MOTOR SKILLS. Smart Balance Bikes were designed to develop a child's balance and coordination by simply allowing the child to sit and walk or run with the bike by pushing with their feet. If the bike starts to fall, kids instinctively regain their balance using their feet. Once they've gained some momentum and balance control they can lift their feet up as they feel comfortable and start cruising! Traditional toddler bikes with "training wheels" don't necessarily train or teach a child how to ride a bicycle. The training wheels are merely a crutch that give the child a false sense of security and merely keep the child busy or entertained rather than actually helping the child develop the necessary skills to ride a bicycle. Smart Balance Bikes are also suitable for children who need to be encouraged with motor skill development and therapeutic training. Smart Balance Bikes are made with real inflatable rubber tires, handle bar grips, and cushioned leatherette seatFEATURES: -- Non Toxic paints and lacquer Carton is made from recycled paper with water based ink printing -- Featherweight Aluminum Frame -- Comfort-Ride Shock Absorber -- Limited steering radius to prevent jackknifing -- Ultra Lightweight design: Just 7.9 pounds -- Pneumatic Quality Cross Country Rubber Tires with extra long tube valves -- Cushioned faux leather Seat -- Rubberized handle bar grips -- Adjustable Seat: 15-3/4 - 20 inches -- Adjustable Handlebar: 21.5 - 25 inches Featherweight Aluminum frame: 7.9 pounds
H. A. Rey and his wife, Margret, first introduced young readers to the big-hearted, fun-loving troublemaker-hero Curious George in 1941. In this two-hundred-page hardcover treasury, Curious George fans will find eight stories based on the popular primate, painted in Rey’s original watercolor and charcoal style: Curious George Goes to a Chocolate Factory (1998), Curious George and the Puppies (1998), Curious George Makes Pancakes (1998), Curious George Feeds the Animals (1998), Curious George Goes to a Movie (1998), Curious George and the Hot Air Balloon (1998), Curious George in the Snow (1998), and Curious George’s Dream (1998). A five-page essay about the author-illustrator team closes this appealing collection of adventures for Curious George fans young and old.Book Details:Format: HardcoverPublication Date: 8/4/2006Pages: 208Reading Level: Age 3 and Up
“He was a good little monkey and always very curious.” This is how H. A. Rey and his wife, Margret, first introduced their now beloved troublemaker-hero to young readers in 1941. In this hefty 192-page hardcover treasury, Curious George fans will find eight stories based on the popular primate, painted in Rey’s original watercolor and charcoal style: Curious George Takes a Train (2002), Curious George Visits a Toy Store (2002), Curious George and the Dump Truck (1999), Curious George and the Birthday Surprise (2003), Curious George Goes Camping (1999), Curious George Goes to a Costume Party (2001), Curious George Visits the Library (2003), and Curious George in the Big City (2001). A wonderful collection for your own mischievous monkey.Book Details:Format: Box SetPublication Date: 10/25/2004Pages: 208Reading Level: Age 5 and Up
Learn to tell time with Curious George using this 8x8 storybook featuring a fold-out clock. The fun and engaging text chronicles George’s visit to kindergarten and the variety of activities he encounters throughout the day, such as storytime, playtime, and of course lunchtime! The sturdy fold-out page at the front of the book reveals a clock with movable plastic hands. Young readers can change the time as George moves from one adventure to the next. Book Details:Format: PaperbackPublication Date: 7/4/2011Pages: 16Reading Level: Age 4 and Up
In this snowy adventure based on the Emmy Award-winning PBS TV show, Curious George can't wait to help his friend Bill build an igloo and sleep in it overnight. But George thinks Bill's igloo is too small. He decides to build his own supersized igloo-big enough for a party! Will such a big igloo be too cold for a little monkey? This fun-filled Level 2 Green Light Reader includes an activity that helps kids identify things that melt as well as instructions for making their own mini-igloo out of sugar cubes and icing. Book Details:Format: HardcoverPublication Date: 11/5/2013Pages: 24Reading Level: Age 4 and Up
Read from A to Z along with George in a condensed version of the clas-sic Curious George Learns the Alphabet.Book Details:Format: Board BookPublication Date: 3/30/1998Pages: 24Reading Level: Age 2 and Up
Schylling Curious George Sock Monkey What a great combination... Curious George in a sock monkey form! Made of sock like knit material that is soft and squishy, George is wearing his traditional red t shirt. His facial features are embroidered, so he is safe for all ages, including babies. He measures an impressive 19" tallProduct Measures: 22.5" x 16.25" x 19.75"Recommended Ages: 1-6 years
Based on the Curious George of PBS Kids, this engaging touch-and-feel board book lets youngsters feel a rhino’s rough skin, a fuzzy zebra’s mane, and the coats of penguins. All the while, they can search for Curious George, who is hiding on each page: “Is George around to see?” Book Details:Format: Board BookPublication Date: 10/22/2007Pages: 10Reading Level: Age 2 and Up
Looking around, Curious George realizes that he sees shapes everywhere. Slide the tabs sideways or upward to discover what shapes George sees when he looks at a soccer ball (circle), a painting (square), a jack-o’-lantern (triangles), a wagon (rectangle), a balloon (oval), a kite (diamond), a star, and a heart. Also includes suggestions on how parents and children can take a shape walk” around their neighborhood.Book Details:Format: Board BookPublication Date: 3/12/2008Pages: 10Reading Level: Age 0 and Up
City Threads Bike Shorts (Baby) - Denim Blue City Threads Girl's Bike Short is a comfortable and colorful cotton basic that can be worn for sports and play or under skirts for added coverage. 100% cotton, made in the USA.
HOLIDAY SPOILER ALERT: Because this item normally ships in its original packaging, it may be visible to your gift recipients upon delivery! Add a gift message at checkout to let us know that you'd like it to ship inside an unmarked container. DIGGIN Skuut Balance Bike - Green The Skuut is a wooden balance bike for children ages 2 to 5. It has no pedals and no training wheels. Children kick off the ground as if running, thus pushing or "skuuting" themselves and the bike forward. The Skuut is perfect for learning balance, steering, coordination and independence. Having mastered balance on the Skuut, the transition to a traditional two wheeler bike is easy. Easy to assemble and adjust. Why You'll Love It: DIGGIN Skuut can teach kids how to balance and coordinate independently. Age: 2 years and up Features Makes for a great first bike Teaches balance and coordination High quality wood finish No pedals or training wheels Pneumatic rubber pressurized tires Nontoxic lacquer coating
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