Driving pleasure on three wheels
For the kids, not a day passes without movement, fun and adventure! No matter the weather, they love to run around outside from morning to night. No monkey bar is too high, no slide too wild and no vehicle too fast. We are therefore all the more pleased to be able to expand our toy vehicle range this year with a colourful, new version!
Life is colourful!
The new KETTLER kickboards ZAZZY and KWIZZY are wonderful additions to the vehicle fleet of every little ...
SPEEDY 10“ receives test verdict „Good“ by Stiftung Warentest – only 3 balance bikes were rated „good“ – a total of 15 balance bikes were tested.
Exercise bikes train the coordination and the sense of balance and prepare for all the following toy- and children’s vehicles, such as scooters and bicycles. They motivate the kids to move in the fresh air with fun and joy. Balance bikes promote childrens’ development and train them to assess speeds and braking distances. Early on, the kids learn to ...
Continuous fog, wet and cold weather, whistling wind. From time to time, the golden fall also presents its bad side. The changing temperatures especially put our immune system to the test. Often, we are plagued by annoying colds and flu bouts. How we can get through fall fit and healthy and gain real immune system super power - despite uncomfortably cold weather – you can find out here:
Hint 1: Outdoors rocks! Exercise in the fresh airEven if the weather does not seem inviting for a nice fall ...
In addition to the traditional play equipment like swings, single bars or slides, parents should give their kids creative zones in the garden. How about building caves in bushes and under willow trees! A great place for arguments and play, for wonderful discoveries and hide and seek. Imagination can take flight here, and your kids will write the first chapters in the stories of their lives. This will make a garden more than just a playground, it will become a natural experience.
A small ...
Play outside – nature is fun! More and more children suffer from the effects of insufficient movement. It has become rare for kids to have adventures outdoors and discover nature. They no longer look at all the interesting insects to be found in the long grass, and hardly ever experience the simple joy of splashing through the puddles with a bike, or play hide and seek outside as the sun sets. KETTLER wants to encourage children to once again discover the wonders of nature. To feel the breeze ...