Smart Trike Glow 4 in 1 Baby Tricycle-Hamleys

Solitary play | Parent-child play

Smart Trike Glow 4 in 1 Baby Tricycle-Hamleys

Age Groups: 0 to 2, 2 to 3, 3 to 4, 4 to 5 .

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"Help Your Kids Explore The World On The Glow 4 In 1 Trike – A super Smart Trike that has 4 different stages! Stage 1 | Baby Trike (10 months+) - Everything you and your baby needs to explore the outdoors together, including high back support, safety bar, 3 point harness and a comfortable footrest. Stage 2 | Young Toddler Trike (18 months+) - When your toddler can sit upright and independently, remove the high back support and let them feel the taste of true independence! Don’t worry, the safety bar is still attached so they stay safely seated in the trike while you let them practice steering. Stage 3 | Training Trike (24 months+) - A true toddler trike that can be controlled easily by the parent steering or the child pedaling. Stage 4 | Classic Toddler Tricycle (30 months+) – Let your kid take total control of the trike. Remove the parent handle and watch them have fun riding independently. Need A Reason To Make The Glow Tricycle Yours? We’ll Give You 7! · Mudguard navigator button. · High back support. Comfortable and relaxing. · Padded and washable seat cover. · Detachable and adjustable canopy. · Non slip pedals, foldable footrest, removable hand rest protector. · Storage bag for the baby’s essentials. · Durable metal frame. Sturdy, well made. Simple assembly. "

Types of Play

Learning Objective


  • Balancing and Co-ordination
  • Eye-Hand coordination
  • Fine motor skills
  • Gross motor skills
  • Fun toys
  • Walker / Ride on / Tricycle
  • Party /Playdate

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