Bouncing on a trampoline is fun for the whole family, but parents need to keep their children's ages in mind before purchasing a trampoline. Currently, trampolines are not recommended for children under six years old. A larger sized trampoline might sound like a good deal, but families can experience difficulty if their children are too young. To combat the difficulties that might be associated with small children on a trampoline, consider investing in a toddler trampoline.
Perfect for first-time trampoline users and jumpers aged six and older, toddler trampolines
are fantastic for teaching basic skills and safety techniques to your six year old before allowing him or her to have access to a larger device. By emphasising the importance of safety and reasonable trampoline etiquette, you will prepare your child for better trampoline experiences in the future.
Additionally, toddler trampolines are an inexpensive way to test whether your child will enjoy having a larger device. High quality trampolines
in larger sizes can be several hundred dollars. Conversely, toddler trampolines are a cost-efficient way of introducing the joys of bouncing to your little one.
Has anyone ever used a toddler trampoline? What did you think? At what age did were your children ready for a larger trampoline?