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The biggest challenge your child faces with a ride-on toy is getting on or off the first time. On way to make him/her feel more comfortable is to have your child march in place. Then show him/her how to stand on one leg and entice him/her to do it. Once your child is ready, place his/her arms on each handle and hold the bike steady for as he/she swings his/her leg over. As your child gains confidence, encourage him/her to do it from both sides.
As you push your child on their bike, help them practice steering so that he/she can learn to stay to the side of the road or sidewalk when they ride around the neighborhood. Have your child push the pedals along as your push the bike This builds confidence and a great sense of accomplishment as they see how far they can go on the bike.
After your child gets more comfortable riding the trike, you can remove the training wheels and now they are riding a 2 wheeler.
Bicycles are a great social tool. Your child will want to meet his/her friends out around the neighborhood and ride bikes together.
Invite some children over for an obstacle course. You can give out ribbons for different accomplishments, like fastest ride, most balanced, slow and stylish.