Wooden Baby Push Walker
Wood Push Along Walkers to Help Your Toddler Walk
A wooden baby push walker can help your busy little one gain the confidence it needs to become an active walker. When used appropriately under adult supervision, a baby push toy provides support babies need to stand and be mobile. It also builds strength and balance and stimulates imagination.
Here are a few options to look for when shopping for a baby push toy walker that will be a perfect fit for your growing child.
Red Wagon Push Walker
The award winning Radio Flyer Classic Walker Wagon has combined a classic look and made it into a multipurpose push wagon. This wagon has a resist push feature, that allows toddlers who are just learning to walk to build the confidence and balance they need. The body of the wagon is made out of solid wood, which makes for a very sturdy construction. The sides are removable, the tires are molded and have grip threads, the bumper is safe to be around furniture and walls. Recommended for ages 1 – 4 years old.
Wooden Baby Push Walker with Blocks
If you are seeking a wooden push toy that is ideal for crawlers as well as beginner walkers, this Plan Toy Baby Walker is a clear choice. It is constructed with natural organic recycled rubber wood and is very colorful to promote visual stimulation. This wooden walker has a handle that is adjustable, and contains 24 natural and colored blocks in geometrical shapes that provide hours of fun. It helps with the development of gross motor skills, promotes walking, as well as hand and eye coordination while using the blocks to construct tall towers. This will motivate your little crawler to get up off the ground, and begin to move around. Recommended for 10 months – 3 years old.
Push Along Walkers for Babies
If you are looking for a multi functional walk behind wagon that is Eco friendly, the Hape Eco Push and Walk Activity Wagon provides lots of creative options. Hape is a company that builds toys with the philosophy, “Recycle/Reuse/Reduce”. The front of the wagon displays a fun and inviting caterpillar. Not only can your toddler gain confidence in walking, he/she can also learn the123’s and color recognition. Your child’s interest and imagination will be stimulated, as it plays for hours with the Activity Wagon by Hape. Recommended for ages 10 months and older.
Best Rated Push Toys That Encourage Walking
These items listed below have had good reviews from parents and grandparents.
Red and blue wood push along car with handle. Adjustable height. Rubber wheels make it safe to use on hardwood floorsA favorite of most parents. Very sturdy – your child will get many uses out of it. Includes a seat & storage areaToddler Wobbler. The angle of the handle and the speed/tension of the wheels can be adjusted to the child’s progress
Melissa & Doug Alligator Push Toy. The three green alligators make clacking sound as the child pushes on the walkerWide based Hape Wonder Walker. Beads, knobs, maze & balls help with development of fine motor skills and hand-eye coordinationPush Along Nodding Zebra Walking Toy. Has a sturdy base for pulling up. Rubber rimmed wheels. Ages 12 month & up.
Toddler Push Toy Walker & Wagon
Boikido Wooden Push and Play wagon is constructed with solid wood, and offers hours of learning fun for your little one. There are engaging mazes displayed on both sides of the wagon, which will spike your child’s curiosity. There is also plenty of room in the wagon for your child to haul their favorite toys and books around. Recommended for ages 12 months and up.
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