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Outside, Active & Fun – Globber Scooters For Kids

The warmer months are upon us, which means kids want to be outside playing more than ever.

This is great because it can often be tough encouraging children to get out in the fresh air and be kids! I have written on the blog before about how to stay fit and encourage kids to be active and while it isn’t always easy, there are definitely things that make it more enticing.

Globber scooters

Scooting along on our scooters

Every little boy and girl wants to be just like their older brothers and sisters which is why it doesn’t come as a surprise that if they are out on their bikes or scooters, their little bro wants to be as well.

I remember wanting a scooter so badly when I was kid and they weren’t super awesome back then. Now however, they not only look amazing, they are smooth and designed so much better.

globber scooters my too 12.5

Globber My TOO 12.5 scooter

Designed for the older boys and girls, the Globber My TOO 12.5 scooter is practical, offering a height adjustable handlebar with 3 heights. This is perfect for growing children.

My 9 year old uses this scooter and it will last him for years to come. The 48cm T-BAR handlebar is wider than your typical 33cm so it can provide more comfort and easier steering. The deck is wider and lower to the ground as well which helps to reduce fatigue while riding.

Other great features include:
• Reinforced ALU rear brakes
• 125mm front and rear wheels
• High quality parts
• Lightweight yet durable
• Kickstand
• Fold up for when not in use
• Max. capacity 100kg
• Available in black and black

Click here to find out more about the Globber My TOO 12.5 scooter. RRP $170.00

globber scooters my too fix

Globber My TOO Fix Up

My 7 year old loves this scooter. Everything from the colour to the smooth ride. But how could he not, I mean, look at it!

Designed for daily use, the Globber My TOO Fix Up scooter offers a comfortable high density non-slip EVA grip. The grip also has an arch where your child’s foot sits so it offers a supportive and relaxed ride. Just like the My TOO 12.5, the handlebar is height adjustable with three options. It is no surprise I cannot get him off it to come inside for dinner!

Other great features include:
• Long and covered rear brake
• 121mm front and rear wheels
• High quality parts
• Lightweight yet durable
• Max. capacity 100kg
• Available in 3 colours – blue, pink and green

Click here to find out more about the Globber My TOO Fix Up scooter. RRP $140.00

We could not be more thrilled with how smooth and easy to use these scooters are. They roll well on the footpath, driveway or road so there is no stopping where you can go!

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Prize includes: 1x Globber scooter. Valued up to $170!
*Winner get to select between Globber My TOO 12.5 scooter and Globber My TOO Fix Up.

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Disclosure: I received the above mentioned Globber scooters for the purpose of this review. All opinions are my own.

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  1. Maree Wood
    03/11/2016 / 1:31 pm

    Awesome giveaway! My daughter would LOVE it 🙂

  2. 04/11/2016 / 7:22 am

    If I go outside with them to play they will come outside, great way of fitness for both child and mum,

  3. Peta Butler
    04/11/2016 / 2:35 pm

    They look amazing
    Great way to get to school
    the 100kg capacity
    Mean’s i’ll have a go – that’s cool!
    I can see my son cruising
    Through the streets or park
    On the scooter at sunlight
    Until way after dark

  4. Nicole kent
    05/11/2016 / 2:23 pm

    Get out their wading pool and sprinkler
    And have water play galore
    Have lots of games and races
    Which all of them adore!

  5. Karen.E
    05/11/2016 / 3:00 pm

    We have a great walking track near our house with a pond and fountain we take left over bread down each afternoon and feed the ducks lots of fun.

  6. Irena
    05/11/2016 / 3:19 pm

    I bribe them!

  7. Lynnette Bull
    05/11/2016 / 5:11 pm

    Treasure Hunts and find-a-hunt. Stick a map onto their old scooters or bikes. I make the treasure map with an X marks the spot with stops along the way where they have to partake in little activities like 10 star jumps etc. For find-a-hunt I make a list (or photos) for the youngsters that cant read yet. They have to find each item and collect it in a basket

  8. Ern
    05/11/2016 / 8:55 pm

    By not giving them technology. At their age they don’t need iPads & Smart Phones. Or even Laptops for no reason at all, only for educational purposes. Gaming consoles too, they are only for treats, not electrical baby sitters.

  9. DIANA
    05/11/2016 / 9:01 pm

    With a very basic, albeit silly game to some, that I came up with. I hand them, and their friends or cousins too who are here at the time, each a brown lunch bag. Then I nominate a letter of the alphabet or a letter and a number and send them on their backyard missions. If the letter is ‘A’, whoever puts the most things that start with an ‘A’ in their bag, is the winner. Same with the letter/number combination, which is a much faster version as they have a set number to find (best with the easy letters, where they can and will find and abundance of things starting with that letter). It keeps them amused for AGES, and the winner always get a treat, which is a walk to the park where we play the game of their choice, and of course all the other kids come along too. Really win/win this one.

  10. Karina Lee
    05/11/2016 / 9:25 pm

    I take away all forms of media and shoo them outside with their scooters!

  11. Kristy F
    06/11/2016 / 9:44 am

    My eldest “too” don’t need encouragement they are outside at every opportunity possible and the littlest Master is now not far globbing behind them.

  12. 06/11/2016 / 10:32 am

    My TOO little GLOBBER monsters are always outside in the sprinkler when it’s warm.

  13. claire simmons
    06/11/2016 / 3:35 pm

    get outside too and climb and run and sit under the hose

  14. Natalie Murnane
    06/11/2016 / 4:45 pm

    Encouragement wanting, encouragement needing,
    it’s for my attention their always screaming.
    My watching brings show off’s of varying sizes,
    participation from mum brings squeals of excitement.
    Racing, swinging, exploring by torch light,
    the attention I give lights their energy so bright.

  15. Jo Keller
    06/11/2016 / 5:07 pm

    By having their bikes, outdoor play equipment at the ready and also by going out with them and joining in with them whether it’s a simple walk together or kicking, throwing a ball around!. 🙂

  16. Liana Welsh
    07/11/2016 / 6:17 am

    When hubby is away he misses his babes terribly, we would love this trendy scooter to share, and create memories with Daddy when he is home!

  17. Ashley Beech
    07/11/2016 / 7:28 am

    Get outside with them;
    jump on the trampoline,
    go for a ride,
    or simply finding insects
    that are totally intriguing!
    Family memories aren’t made
    on technology.
    They’re made from
    spending time together;
    so why not enjoy the sun!

  18. Heather Hopley
    07/11/2016 / 8:11 am

    It’s about joining in and showing them how to enjoy play outside. Run, throw, swing, chase,skip, roll, …. all activities we can all still do and have fun doing with our children. Be a fun-loving role model!

  19. Paula
    07/11/2016 / 9:07 am

    I get outside with them 🙂

  20. Jade O
    07/11/2016 / 9:19 am

    The swimming pool is the perfect place to enjoy this stunning weather we are having here, with plenty of fresh fruit and vegetables

  21. Annie
    07/11/2016 / 10:00 am

    Wow. These modern Globber scooters look so sleek and fun. I think it’s about time I bought some for my boys 🙂

  22. Sue
    07/11/2016 / 11:31 am

    I offer to play with them outside!

  23. Xzavia green
    07/11/2016 / 11:55 am

    Outside time is adventure time!
    Mummy comes along too.
    We look for fairies, feathers and things,
    It makes outside much more fun!
    Plus my kids know that treats are fine as long as you’ve had outside exercise time 🙂

  24. Ann Maree
    07/11/2016 / 12:06 pm

    Going outside with them and making up games e.g Find a yellow leaf ,or who can jump the highest on the trampoline ,just fun little games ,we also have a vege garden they love working in in the nicer weather .

  25. Mandy
    07/11/2016 / 12:07 pm

    I don’t have to encourage my son to go outside, he will ride his bike all day if I let him!

  26. Claire Thrower
    07/11/2016 / 4:04 pm

    We have a dog so i tell them that the dog missed them all day and was waiting to play with them, once they are outside they are normally happy as long as they don’t feel like they have to be, they like thinking that they are doing the dog a favour.

  27. Anita Andrews
    07/11/2016 / 5:21 pm

    By leading by example. I grab the footy or a sandpit shovel and ask them to join me. It’s so much more exciting to go outside to play when I’m joining them rather than ‘kicking them out’ to play. I often find once they are outside they will find their own little games to play and I can go get some housework done.

  28. justine drake
    08/11/2016 / 7:35 am

    I love getting the kids outdoors and active! What a great prize!!

  29. Belinda
    08/11/2016 / 2:57 pm

    I just go out into the backyard to “hang some clothes on the line’ and the kids come running out to play. Its a great way to get them out of the house

  30. Rachel K-N
    09/11/2016 / 5:39 pm

    Remember my own mother’s adage in my ears “Go outside and play”.

    When they’re forced to think for themselves on how to occupy themselves it’s amazing how many hours go by as the ‘little darlin’s’ climb, frolick, run and generally get dirty.

  31. Samantha Allen-Stephens
    09/11/2016 / 10:30 pm

    I encourage my son to play outside by making sure I do a lot of outside activity myself to be a good role model.

  32. Michelle
    10/11/2016 / 11:11 pm

    Role modelling, if I go outside they tend to follow.

  33. Sarahmary
    11/11/2016 / 11:49 am

    Making the outdoors FUN by doing things as a family. We love getting out camping during the summer, where we spend our days fishing, riding bikes and walking the bush to discover new adventures.

  34. samantha thompson
    12/11/2016 / 3:10 am

    great surprise for christmas

  35. Charl
    13/11/2016 / 11:01 am

    Let’s go exploring together,
    What will we find?
    Go for a walk, clear our mind,
    Trip to the beach, ride the bikes,
    Being outdoors is what my kids like!

  36. VandaB
    13/11/2016 / 11:46 pm

    Walks and outside play are always more fun with friends so I arrange lots of playdates in parks, at the beach and playgrounds.

  37. Amanda
    14/11/2016 / 5:11 pm

    Encouragement is never needed to play outside as soon as ‘clean-up’ is mentioned!

  38. Emma Foster
    14/11/2016 / 11:24 pm

    Goodbye Minecraft, farewell phone,
    Electronics off! No, don’t moan!
    There’s a beautiful world outside to see,
    Let’s spend some time as a family!
    Geocaching, swimming, playgrounds too,
    There are so many wonderful things to do!
    So put on your shoes, straighten your hair,
    Let’s race to the car, I’ll beat you there!

  39. Maree Gray
    17/11/2016 / 9:58 am

    I go outside and play with them

  40. Teresa Clark
    17/11/2016 / 10:54 am

    Im lucky, i more have the trouble of getting him to come inside for meals/showers etc, he would stay out all day/evening if he can.

  41. Elise
    17/11/2016 / 5:24 pm

    We have a little trick, something we learnt years ago. No kid can resist sausages simmering away on the BBQ. We cook all summer outside, and the kids inevetibly follow- their afternoons and evenings are spent under the sprinkler, playing on swings, or climbing the cubby. Come Winter they don’t know any different.

  42. Lauren P
    21/11/2016 / 10:25 am

    Me an my hubby love to be active we love encouraging going to the park, beach or out in our back yard as much as possible.

  43. sacha pech
    21/11/2016 / 11:38 am

    Real encouragement comes in the form of a laundry basket full of water balloons and permission to throw them at me…. Never seen them move so fast!

  44. Sheree
    21/11/2016 / 11:54 am

    Just add water! Simple as that. It’s amazing how many hours of fun you can have with water and mums…don’t stress about the mess!

  45. Rebecca B
    21/11/2016 / 8:14 pm

    Plenty of balls and sporting equipment, get a bit of competition happening and they’ll play for hours!

  46. sharyn w
    22/11/2016 / 10:05 pm

    Well – now that is easy – even though my kids love being outdoors anyway playing with animals, jumping on trampoline etc, I found a new game for them to keep them outdoors longer – i gather all the toys i have told them to pick up (which they dont) then i go and hide them outside – they spends ages trying to find them (even though they have no idea what they are looking for some of the time as they dont know what toys are missing) – they actually really enjoy it, i get them outdoors and they have lots of laughs in the process 🙂

  47. Dee m
    24/11/2016 / 6:46 am

    I just go jump on the trampoline myself and they quickly follow!

  48. Cate
    25/11/2016 / 12:12 am

    Encouraging my children to play outside is as simple as asking when are they going to tidy their room or who would like to help me make dinner. You have never seen a 6 year old leave the house so quickly!
    Seriously though, giving my sons ‘permission’ to get as muddy as they would like has always ensured they love being outdoors. Add water play to that and it’s hours and hours of fun!

  49. Sharon Markwell
    25/11/2016 / 11:37 am

    I lock them out! Only joking, but I do not let them watch TV or play on the computer until they have played outside. Works for me.

  50. Melissa K
    25/11/2016 / 9:23 pm

    I go out, we all play together.
    So much fun, laughter and adventure.

  51. Kylie sneddon
    25/11/2016 / 9:47 pm

    I have the opposite problem , trying to encourage my son to come inside! He uses every and any excuse to stay outside, which isnt a bad thing however if he is having a day where he is on technology too much i turn alll electronic things off and tell him to go play outside which works well.

  52. Sally B
    26/11/2016 / 6:53 pm

    We love picnics! We don’t need to go anywhere special, can be just morning tea in the back yard or afternoon tea on the front verandah. We love to look at the clouds, spot aeroplanes, search for butterflies and watch the passing traffic while enjoying a snack. They are special little moments that I treasure!

  53. Kristina S
    27/11/2016 / 2:01 pm

    Get out there with them. I have found 100% of the time if I go out and join in with them they actually want to. Take part it really is that simple.

  54. Roberto Colombi
    27/11/2016 / 4:38 pm

    We create games like Treasure Hunts, make up new games, teach games I used to play as a child… keeping them interested and and active helps to take their minds off tv or phones

  55. Emma Puszkar
    27/11/2016 / 7:00 pm

    Make it the norm, a habit and general life, it’s what we do, little screen time and part of who we are.

  56. Alicia Bardsley
    27/11/2016 / 7:07 pm

    I play with them!

  57. nicole morris
    27/11/2016 / 8:34 pm

    i dont need to encourage my kids to go play outside. they love it. any toys or equipment that encourages outdoor play is awesome

  58. Jean
    28/11/2016 / 3:02 pm

    Step 1: Do some research with the kids to pick a great spot to explore and be in awe
    Step 2: Invite family and friends, they’re great company to have along
    Step 3: Pack your basket with plenty to drink and eat. Don’t forget hats and sunscreen
    Step 4: Toss in a bat and ball and frisbee and your ready for fun
    Having a picnic is a great way to get kids and adults enjoying, exercising and lapping up the good times that can be had outdoors.

  59. Nichole McKee
    29/11/2016 / 10:38 am

    We encourage the kids to get outside by going out there with them. Monkey see Monkey do 😉

  60. Krystal P
    29/11/2016 / 11:29 am

    Tell them to do chores if they stay inside the house……they are soon running for the back door 🙂

  61. nicole larsen
    29/11/2016 / 1:26 pm

    Make things fun outside. Invlove them in everything and plant a veggie garden

  62. AH
    29/11/2016 / 2:09 pm

    From a young age we always spent time outside, making it a habit – and give them a purpose – sometimes we garden, others just do our own thing on a rug

  63. Tamara Lamb
    29/11/2016 / 4:02 pm

    Being blessed to live in an area where we get great weather most of the year, bikes, scooters, trampolines, cricket sets, etc are always around and the kids love it. On hot days the added bonus of an icy pole helps too!

  64. Wendy Darcy
    29/11/2016 / 4:35 pm

    Scooters are a great way to get the kids out we have great pathways here and a skate park my granddaughter will love it

  65. Elisabeth Martins
    30/11/2016 / 4:04 am

    We get our children to play outside by purchasing mostly only outdoor toys,
    we don’t allow them to use the computer without at least an hour of sunlight.

  66. 30/11/2016 / 7:02 am

    Don’t pay your electricity bill
    That way everyone goes outside 😀

  67. Tracy
    30/11/2016 / 8:15 am

    I’m old school. I put them outside and leave them alone, surreptitiously checking on them of course!

  68. Amanda S
    30/11/2016 / 11:34 am

    We make sure outside is fun, a large backyard made for them and every sunday we ‘discover’ a new park.

  69. Jade Williams
    30/11/2016 / 12:47 pm

    By involving the whole family! If mummy and daddy are outside, it’s a lot more fun and we spend quality family time together

  70. Yvonne Giakoumis
    30/11/2016 / 1:10 pm

    My daughter doesn’t need too much encouragement to play outside.
    She’s like a puppy. I point outside and she runs to the door with her tongue hanging out.

  71. Kate Slack
    30/11/2016 / 1:30 pm

    Lots of water toys especially water balloons we have so much fun with these, and they love their trampoline.

  72. Megan Higgs
    30/11/2016 / 4:06 pm

    No encouragement required here, my kids love being outside, they would live outside if I let them.

  73. Teena L
    30/11/2016 / 5:02 pm

    We are lucky we live in Darwin so it is sunny 90% of the time, we tend to stay indoors during the hottest part of the day but the rest is spent in the pool, on the tramp or out playing with the dogs. Ours kids see us outside all the time and playing sport so they want to be with us and do the same 🙂

  74. Karla Oleinikoff
    30/11/2016 / 7:32 pm

    We walk to the park whenever we can, it has an enormous bike track, swings, slippery slide, flying fox and more, and our trampoline outside is a big hit as well. All of this contributes to them being happy and healthy, and coming inside with a big appetite.

  75. Shannon
    30/11/2016 / 9:12 pm

    Water play is the biggest motivation to get my two kids outside. They love running under the sprinkler, throwing water balloons or spraying mummy with a water pistol.

  76. Laura Scriven
    30/11/2016 / 9:25 pm

    We make it a set time,
    As sitting all day isn’t fine!
    No indoors straight after school,
    We get out and play like fools.

  77. Shannon Wotton
    30/11/2016 / 9:29 pm

    I like to take my kids on adventures in the great outdoors. Beaches, parks, bushwalks, we try to get out and explore a new place each weekend. It gets the kids excited about nature and being active and interested in the world around them.

  78. Fayesie POLLARD
    30/11/2016 / 11:08 pm


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