Beck To Nature Rocking Horse Offers a Smooth and Natural Ride for Tots

by , 08/17/12

Rocking Kids

A decent rocking horse, or other rocking toy is a must-have for every kid. Rocking toys are perfectly fun both indoors and out, plus they help children develop proper balance and work on skills (like holding on) that they’ll need for bike riding. Of course, a sweet rocking horse also works your child’s imagination. Your little one can storm off to save a castle or simply pretend to ride the range.

Beauty and Safety

The Beck to Nature rocking horse is heirloom quality, sure to be passed down for generations. Made with lovely and modern safe and smooth lines, the unique and surprising style means it fits in anywhere in the home – you won’t have to hide this rocker away. The horse is ergonomically shaped for children and 100% functional, with fine joinery and no loose pieces for a safe and enjoyable ride for little ones.

Less Toxic Design

This rocking horse is made with natural wood, although what we’d most like to see is FSC certified wood. Which this could be, but sadly Beck to Nature lacks a website, so consumers have no way of knowing their sourcing – we hate that. The surface of the horse is totally safe, left unpainted and treated only with natural materials, wax and oil. This is less toxic and means that no paint is present to wear out during usage.

Sized Right

This sweet rocking horse comes in a mini size with a height of 21.7″ (55 cm) for smaller children and a larger size 28.3″ (72 cm) in height for bigger kiddos. The mini is recommended 2 years and up while the maxi size is recommended for kids 3.5 years and up.

+ Wooden Rocking Horse $400.00 – $500.00

+ Fawn & Forest

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