By riding on toys, children experiment with imaginary play as they develop agility, coordination and balance.
By riding on toys, children experiment with imaginary play as they develop agility, coordination and balance. They will also begin to assess risk.
Children learn about spatial qualities such as under, over, through and between. Children progress their ability to manoeuvre bikes, learning to ride around corners and on different surfaces.
They also help to build relations with other tamariki as they learn about taking turns, sharing and helping each other out.
Bikes and ride-ons
A selection of small vehicles like planes, cars, trucks, trains and fire engines
Helmets for role-playing
An area suitable for riding around
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