Grow With Me 1,2,3 InLine Skates

from Fisher-Price


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  • Wigglin' Play Gym
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  • Bubble Mower
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  • Smart Toy Bear
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  • Bright Beats Smart Touch Play Space


  • Fun

  • Repeat Play

  • Assembly & Instructions

    None or Very Easy


Overall Editor's Rating

What It Is

What It Is

The Grow With Me 1,2,3 InLine Skates are for kids who are just learning how to skate. The skates adjust to fit kids' shoe sizes 6—12 and have easy hook-and-loop straps. The skates are designed with three different settings to help kids learn to skate in three stages (hence "1,2,3").

In stage one, kids walk in the skates with one wheel locked. This allows kids to get the feel of wearing the skates and moving in them. As confidence and ability increase, the second setting allows all the wheels to roll forward but not back. Once kids are ready, they progress to stage three, which allows all wheels to roll freely as kids skate in the traditional way. The skates are padded for extra comfort and have durable wheels.

Why It’s Fun

The Grow With Me 1,2,3 InLine Skates are a great introduction to skating for little kids. With the three different stages, kids can progress at their own pace and become accustomed to moving in this way, while feeling secure in an unfamiliar activity.

Preschoolers will like being able to skate around just like the big kids.

Who It’s For

These inline skates are for ages 2—5.

What to Be Aware of

The maximum weight is 44 pounds.

When kids are skating, make sure they wear a helmet, kneepads, and elbow pads. Adult supervision is recommended for younger kids as they get used to the motion. Adults should also check out the area where kids are going to skate to ensure that it's appropriate for the child's level of ability and confidence.

The skates are made of plastic so even though they are moving freely, there is a limit to the speed at which they can go.