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There’s more than one way to cut a lawn. In your neighborhood, you probably mostly see (and hear) rotary lawnmowers, run on gasoline. A push-mower is more “green,” but takes some effort. A scythe is even more eco-friendly, but requires a lot of strength, skill, and especially endurance. In the Rajac Mountain region in Serbia every summer, a scythe-harvesting competition takes place, in which men in colorful traditional garb spend the morning harvesting the luscious grass for hay.
The Hape/Educo Lawnmower Pusher is an equally colorful mowing device, scaled down for babies (and without any big whirring blades). When your baby pushes the toy lawn mower, the “blades” spin and the brightly-colored blocks on the “blades” click together, making a satisfying putt-putt-putt. Pushing the Lawnmower Pusher encourages kids to practice their coordination and balance, improving their strength and gross motor skills. Plus, maybe they’ll remember the fun they had “mowing” as a baby and be more agreeable about helping with the lawn when they’re teenagers. We can only hope.
The Lawnmower Pusher by Hape/Educo is made from wood with rubber trim on the wheels, and finished with safe water-based paints. For ages 1 and up.
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