All about baby walkers
When the baby reaches the age of 4-5 months, his motor activity increases significantly.
Kids already know how to turn over on the tummy (most of the children, some crumbs are just learning this important skill), begin to try to climb on all fours, make attempts to crawl, the crumbs are very interesting all around, and they are all eager to get to.
In this important period of development of the baby, many parents begin to think about the devices that allow them to move independently to children who do not yet know how to walk – o walkers.
Go-carts for children are of two fundamentally different types:
- Go-carts designed for children who do not know how to stand and walk by the pedestal. These walkers are a platform on wheels, which has a seat for the child. In the walkers of this kind, the seat is designed so that it provides support to the child from all sides, so that the baby can not fall anywhere. And the child’s feet rest on the floor, so the baby moves around the room, pushing legs off the floor. The child can independently turn and go wherever he needs.
- Go-carts. This kind of walker is designed for children who already walk near the pedestal. Go-carts for children are designed so that the baby, who starts walking alone, could move away from static supports (sofa, armchair, table), for which he keeps and walks, using instead of the support of a walker-wheelchair. That will allow a novice walker to move around the house. Go-carts for children can also be transformers. That is, an ordinary wheelchair can be reworked, easily and quickly, in a wheelchair (the machine where the child sits and, pushing from the floor with his feet, rides). Such a gurney can easily be played by a child who has already fully mastered independent walking and does not need any more supporting devices.