Once your child starts attempting to balance the scooter, keep encourage him or her so that do not stop trying. A lot of children lose courage after falling more than once but your support on their failed attempts will help them. You should cheer and clap for every small step they make towards riding the scooter. It gives them the confidence to learn quickly.
Along with basics of riding, tell your child about the safety rules. Talk to your child about not riding on busy roads. You should also ensure that the dirt scooter is inaccessible to your child so that he or she can always drive under your supervision. It is unsafe to ride scooters in areas that are not enclosed and your child should be aware of that too.
Type of tyre
Depending on the comfort of your child, you can choose from the many scooters available in the market. Initially, select the traditional scooter which has two large front wheels and two smaller wheels at the back. Many scooters have adjustable handlebars which are useful for when your child grows.
Your child will learn how to balance the scooter without falling. He will be able to coordinate the brakes and speed of the scooter which gives him the ability to control the scooter properly. Your child’s motor skills and balance will improve if he or she starts riding at the young age of 2 to 4.
Make sure you have a protective Skate board gear when you start practicing this sports.