Hoppers and pogo sticks are as popular as ever. No longer part of retro TV shows and games, pogo sticks have come a long way since the 70s. Available with flashing lights in a range of colours to suit your child’s pogoing style. Pogo sticks are great as they allow children to practice their balance while burning off loads of energy. If your child is a bit too small for a pogo stick, then have a look at our space hoppers. We have a wide variety of space hoppers in awesome colours and designs, like our fantastic dinosaur and unicorn hoppers which your little bouncer is bound to love. Watch them as they enjoy hopping and jumping around in the garden or play room. We have pogo sticks and space hoppers to suit all ages, so everyone can safely enjoy hours of bouncy fun. While you are outside, why not double the fun with a bubble machine? We have all sorts of bubble machines; all of which will enchant your child.
With the warmer months approaching, bikes are a good way to get the whole family exercising and exploring. Check out our range of bikes and cycling accessories. Keep everyone safe with bike helmets and other accessories like gloves and knee pads. Then select the right bike for the terrain - an upright or folding bike for city commuting, road bikes for exercise enthusiasts and mountain or BMX designs for the adrenaline junkie.
If balancing on two wheels is a way off yet for a little one, a ball pit is a great way to keep them entertained, as well as developing their motor skills. Bright coloured balls and slots to post them will provide hours of fun and the soft edges mean they will be okay to tumble around.
A great way to get little ones used to balancing is with trikes. Foot rests help them to stay upright, while a grown-up pushes and they can get used to the concept of turning the wheels themselves with front wheel pedals. Many products include extra features such as a sunshade or water bottle holder.
Once they've found their feet, encourage them to enjoy their new-found freedom with a child slide. Smallest models begin with two or three steps up - so they're never too far from solid ground. Then allow them to play to their heart's content with a children's playhouse.