It seems like winter is making its way out and summer will be here before we know it! One of our favorite things to do during the summer is to go for evening walks. Scavenger hunts for toddlers are a great way to get even the youngest family members involved in these walks. Plus, it’s a way to practice mindfulness and really enjoy being out in nature.
Check out my free printable Outdoor Scavenger Hunt For Toddlers checklist and why the Galileo Strollcycle is the perfect accessory for your next family walk. The Galileo Strollcycle was gifted to me in exchange for my honest opinion.
Easy Outdoor Scavenger Hunt For Toddlers
Easy Outdoor Scavenger Hunt For Toddlers
Print my scavenger hunt for toddlers checklist for your next family walk. The pictures make it easy for even the youngest family member to get involved. Then, check out the Galileo Strollcycle. This 2-in-1 stroller and tricycle is perfect for family walks. Read on to see why!
Galileo Strollcycle Review
I was so excited about the opportunity to complete this Galileo Strollercycle Review. Here are 8 reasons why I love, recommend, and think every child needs a Galileo Strollercycle.
1. The Galileo Strollcycle grows with your child.
My son is not even a year old yet and we already have a large closet overflowing with the baby items that he has outgrown. I am ready to start investing in quality items that can actually grow with my child. If you are tired of toys that get used for a few short months, then stored away, never to be seen again, check out the Galileo Strollcycle. This is one outdoor toy that will last your child for years to come.
2. It can be used from baby through preschool age.
The Galileo Strollcycle is designed for children ages 10 to 36 months and has three different functions for different ages. For younger children, it starts as a ride to push toy for kids 10 to 18 months, then a Strollcycle for 18 to 30 months, and a trike for 30 to 36 months. It is so easy to switch between functions that it can easily be used in a family with kids of multiple ages.
3. The Strollcycle is easy to push.
The handle of the Strollcycle can be raised and lowered, making it the perfect height for either parents or older siblings to push. The tires push nicely even on our bumpy, gravel driveway and road. The child’s handlebar can even be locked in place so that the parent controls the steering, not the child.
4. The Galileo Strollcycle is easy for children to maneuver.
Once your little one is a little older, they can have more control with the pedals and working handlebar. Yet, you can still assist with the push bar. This 2 in 1 feature of stroller and tricycle makes it the best of both worlds! No more walking home carrying both the trike and your little one because they are too tired to pedal!
5. The Galileo Strollcycle is portable.
The Galileo Strollcycle is already small and lightweight, but it actually has a single fold option to make it even more portable. Having a portable strollcycle is perfect when you want to pack it up for a day trip to the park, on a camping trip or just to have in the trunk for impromptu outings.
6. You can use it every season.
Did I mention how much I hate having to store an abundance of toys? Well, the Galileo Strollcycle never has to be stored away for long! This Strollcycle has made its way into our house and can be used as a fun, indoor ride-on toy when the weather outside is not suitable for outdoor play. It is small enough that I can navigate it around the furniture and I am not worried about the wheels on my hardwood (after they have been wiped clean). Then as soon as the weather is nice, we can bring it back outside!
7. You can pass it down from child to child.
When you invest in high-quality products, they can last several generations. The Galileo Strollcycle is made to be durable, long-lasting, and can withstand the test of time.
8. It’s fun!
The last reason that every child needs a Galileo Strollcycle: because they are fun!
Scavenger hunts can be fun for the whole family and a great time to use your Galileo Strollcycle! Check out this post if you are looking for a scavenger hunt for slightly older kids.