Pewi is a new innovative “Walking Buddy/Ride-on for the toddler market”. Beginning with children as young as 9 months, Pewi is the coolest, sleekest walker around. However, unlike traditional Walkers on the market where the child is typically sitting in the walker, the Pewi actually enhances body and space awareness. In a traditional walker a child does not learn to fall as he or she typically just sits or hangs in the unit. With the Pewi, the Child stands freely in front of Pewi using it only as an aid. They can easily let go of Pewi and sit on the ground or knock other items themselves. This freedom of movement at a young age has proven to stimulate body in space awareness, a key for balance and motor skill development.
Pewi is also an innovative fun foot to floor ride-on for children ages 12 – 36 months with a maximum load of 44 lbs. The multi-direction caster wheels allow a child to ride and easily control the Pewi in any direction. Ideal for indoor and outdoor play on smooth surfaces. Non-marking rubber wheels will not damage or mark floors. Comes in 3 vibrant colors – Red, Pink and Blue. Ideal for early stage balance and motor skill development and is the perfect prelude to the innovative YBIKE range of balance bikes. Assembled size 26” L x 22” W x 18” H, Weight 4.0 lbs.
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Our toy experts have indicated that the Pewi Walking Buddy & Ride-On - Red strengthens the following Intelligences:
Children with Spatial intelligence have the ability to create visual-spatial representations and can transfer them mentally or concretely. Students who exhibit this intelligence need a mental or physical "picture" to understand the information being presented.
Children with strong Bodily-Kinesthetic intelligence gravitate towards athletics; however, they also may use their bodies to solve problems, or convey ideas and emotions. Students with BK intelligence will be good at physical activities, have good hand-eye coordination and may have a tendency to move around a lot while expressing themselves.