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Buy For Kids

With Ask to Buy, when kids want to buy or download a new item, they send a request to the family organiser. The family organiser can use their own device to approve or decline the request. For example, if a child wants to buy an app, the family organiser can see the app and decide whether to allow it.

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With Ask to Buy, when kids want to buy or download a new item, they send a request to the family organizer. The family organizer can use their own device to approve or decline the request. For example, if a child wants to buy an app, the family organizer can see the app and decide whether to allow it.

Kids will find learning to ride far easier and more enjoyable on a lightweight bike than on a cheap and heavy bike. Imagine trying to ride a bike that weighed as much as you do - no fun right? That's exactly what we expect from kids when we compromise on weight and quality. By subscribing to rather than buying a kids bike, you're able to spread the cost and afford a premium quality lightweight bike.

Ask any adult and no doubt they'll be able to tell you about their first bike or the adventures they had on two wheels as a youngster. A bike provides kids freedom, confidence and everlasting memories, not to mention the honing of fine motor skills and muscle development, and so choosing the right one is pretty important! There are no specific rules for buying a particular bike for a child, however, the tips below should point you in the right direction.

It's also important to note that unlike adult bikes that are measured via the frame, kids bikes are measured by wheel size, and so the size is not indicative of the frame size or seat height of the bike. As well as looking at the bikes tire size, be aware of the minimum and maximum seat height to make sure the child can fit the bike.

20in kids bikes are the most popular size on BikeExchange and it's at this stage that children really start to develop a sense of adventure and freedom through their cycling. 20in bikes are suitable for those aged between seven and nine-year-olds or those 115cm - 135cm.

Tires come in many different forms; solid foam, pneumatic (simply a tire inflated with air), honeycomb rubber, solid rubber and hard plastic. Balance bikes, 12in and 14in kids bikes could possibly come with all of these, but as the size of the bike increases your likely to find the tires are pneumatic.

Seat height of kids bikes will typically begin at 25cm (10in) and can go right up to adult sized bikes in excess of 100cm (40in). The best way to know if a child will fit the bike is to get them to stand over it. Failing that, measure their inseam and allow 3.5-5cm (1.5in - 2in) leeway to the seat.

Grips: As most kids bikes feature flat bars, the grips will influence how the child handles and controls the bike. As a key touch point, make sure the grips are not too thick for small hands and can easily be held onto. For smaller bikes, look for grips that have large bulges on the outside to provide extra protection in the event of a fall or if they scrape their handlebars against walls, bushes or other sharp objects.

Kickstands: This is a handy addition to all bikes (without training wheels) and will stop kids from dumping the bikes on the ground when they come to a stop. Not all bikes come with kickstands as standard though, so if this is something you're after, be sure to check.

Accessories: The list of possible kids bike accessories is virtually endless; lights, reflectors, pedals, water bottles and cages, bells, baskets, tassels, spokey dokeys. Some bikes come with of these and more while others come with nothing. It pays to check and could mean the child enjoys their riding experience a whole lot more.

Warranty: As with any new purchase, be sure to check the warranty. Check what it covers, for how long and what you have to do to replace it if required. Most bikes will have a lifetime warranty on the frame and manufacturers warranty on parts but check before your purchase as each bike will be different. Depending on how many children will be using the bike, warranty may be very important. The balance bike you buy today could end up going through half a dozen kids and possibly even a couple of generations.

We hope this buyers guide has been helpful and provided some valuable information. You can browse BikeExchange for kids bikes, or search for your local bike shop to get further assistance.

Everybody loves the ease of shopping from Amazon. They have a good selection of kids bikes but make sure you do your research ahead of time and know what you want to buy because there are a lot of crappy bikes listed on Amazon as well.

It also makes sense to ask around for referrals. Some bike shops are great for buying adult bikes but ignore kids bikes completely. Head to the local bike park, or a kids race, and ask parents there if they can recommend a shop. Look for people who seem in the know.

Alright, you are armed with tons of knowledge about kids' bikes and now you are ready to go buy them one to put under the tree this holiday or tie up with a bow for their birthday! Right? Well, maybe not quite yet.

Use this list of the best healthy snacks for kids that you can buy at the store and keep on hand in the pantry to keep the littles nourished in between meals. Each is low in added sugar, high in nutrients, and easy to pack and eat. And make great school snacks!

These are some of my favorite snack bars for kids. Each is a great stand alone snack and has a texture that is easy for kids to eat at school, at home, or on the go. See the specific information by each item for the details as some are better for younger toddlers than others.

These are my favorite snack for one year olds as they are super easy to chew, are made with straight forward ingredients, and are super low-mess. Both of my younger kids adore these. Use my affiliate code yummy10 to save 10% off your order.

These are a pint-size version of the grown up bars that are so wildly popular. They may be too chewy for a two year old, but work well for slightly older kids. Try the different flavors to find the ones that your kids prefer.

This classic cracker is lower in sodium than the original and they contain just a handful of very straight forward ingredients. Plus, they taste so good! These are best for kids over 2 or 2.5 as they are a little too crunchy for one year olds.

Applesauce pouches are always handy to have on hand when fresh fruit is hard to come by or might not travel well. I tread lightly with pouches before 2 since my kids always had a tendency to squirt them all over the place, but otherwise, these are a good option.

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