Tuesday, January 5, 2010

More Plasma Car Time

Toddler ages: 22 months, 22 months, 3.5 years

Materials you'll need:
-one or more Plasma Cars

I know this is a repeat activity, but we are still recovering from our two-week road trip, so I'm not as organized as I would like to be.

Also, I said before that I would prefer to post about an activity using materials most people have on hand, but this is probably a product most people with toddlers should have on hand! Really, this is one of the best investments we've ever made, and even though we purchased four at a price of $60 a pop, we have no regrets!

You may remember in my previous post about Plasma cars that each toddler rode their own, but today's post will feature how the kids shared and rode together. Look at the preciousness....

Here we have, from left to right, the 3-year-old boy, Twin A and Twin B...



Here, from left to right, Twin A, the 7-year-old girl (yes, older kids can ride Plasma Cars, too, as they hold up to 200 pounds!), and Twin B...



...and finally we have Twin B, the 7-year-old girl, Twin A, and the 3-year-old boy...



As I write this post right after breakfast, the 3 three and under are yet again riding their Plasma cars!

If you'd love to order one or more Plasma cars, you can by clicking below. Not only will you have a great time with your kids, you'll help send my 9.5 kids to college, so thank you! :)



6 comments:

  1. Just to know, this evening my boy had a great time bouncing a balloon in the air, he laughed a lot, and seemed he doesn't want to stop, for a long time, until it burst :-) Yours had a great time too!

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  2. we bought plasma cars ( a different brand but same thing) after our kids couldn't get enough of the neighborls plasma car. Best purchase ever! Even the adults loved them. I really don't know what we would do withput 'em!

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  3. hi! i bought a plasma car for my 22 month old son but a different brand, with lights and sounds, he was really amazed by the car plus it's really cheap here in the Philippines compared in the US.I only got the plasma car for $16.00. I so love the plasma car!

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  4. Lucky! I had to pay more than $50 for each of ours!

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  5. The Plasma Car has no batteries to charge(unless you count feeding the driver), no pedals, no gears and even the youngest of riders can opperate for pure Fun. It’s made of durable high quality plastic, it’s rugged and simple to opperate. Let them jump on and off they’ll go.

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