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Children crave time with parents. It makes them feel special.

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Research has shown that children crave time with parents. It makes them feel special The Child Development Institute recommends that parents should get into a child's world, play along and have fun. The result? "Playing with kids builds a bond that will last forever. It lets the child know he or she is loved and appreciated. It opens the door for sharing problems and concerns when the need arises. It helps the parent get to know and understand the uniqueness of each child". 2017-02-04-16-10-49_1486238762037


At Micro we too believe that family time is important for the soul. This is why we feel so passionate about family scooting. It will create wonderful memories, it unites you with the experience of being young again and it makes children shriek with delight that their parents have embraced the scooting revolution. 15823701_10154609075196348_6458490978282658647_n As a result, scooting with the children can literally transform the most boring journeys into a great adventure. It's healthy for everyone and can literally cut in half the time it takes to walk the same journey. Plus the children will be over the moon that there parents have joined them on scooters too! 59

Here's 5 activities to try with your child and #sharetheiradventures Scooter Art. It is actually a thing! try it Scooter flag game. A great team game – you will need to be quick and stealthy on your scooters to capture ‘flags’ from your opponents! Scooter sun dials.Did you know you can make a sun dial using your scooter? Scavenger hunt. Make a list of natural things to find, grab a rain coat and you're off! And if all else fails and the weather gets the better of you. Sit down for a glass of milk and a natter over a colouring sheet or two. Don't just leave all the fun for the children. Micro adventures can start as young as 1 and last you all the way through to adult hood.