Fisher-Price Scooter Models

Like we mentioned on the Radio Flyer models page, Fisher-Price does not offer a lot of ride toys in terms of actual scooters, at least from not what we gathered so far. But the few models we did come across which includes the Laugh & Learn Smart Stages Scooter and the Grow-with-Me 3-in-1 Skateboard (which is like a scooter) provides a nice amount of positive reviews as far as ratings along with some trusted questions and answers we researched both on Amazon, Walmart, etc.

Please Click on the links below for a full overview of the Fisher-Price scooter features and benefits.



Fisher-Price Smart Stages Scooter

The Fisher-Price Laugh & Learn Smart Stages Scooter is a versatile developmental toy that helps to encourage coordination development, as well as teaching your child important educational lessons. There are three stages of development parents can choose from that offer music and audio lessons regarding letters and numbers.
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Fisher-Price Grow-with-Me 3-in-1 Skateboard

Although not a "true" scooter toy, the Fisher Price Grow-with-Me 3-in-1 Skateboard is an ideal toy for parents who want to help their children to slowly gain the balance and coordination necessary to properly enjoy a skateboard. This starts out as a trainer board, but it can be completely transitioned into your child's first real skateboard and makes a great scooter alternative!
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If and when more Fisher-Price scooters become available and start to gain a fair amount of good feedback we will update this page along with full review pages on each of their new models.

But for now, these two seem to be the only ones that can be found that also receive some kind of consumer vote. However, before folks take out the credit card for these models, we recommend parents check out Little Tikes as well as Radio Flyer.


Furthermore, should folks prefer a more wider selection of toddler scooters, we would like to point them to Razor Jr. as they have one of the, if not the largest line of scooters for toddlers and preschoolers and older.

But for parents who want to keep Fisher-Price as their brand, these two fun models will serve well and provides months, if not years of riding fun!


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