Step2 Up & Down Roller Coaster Ride On

$150.15

  • Features a 10-foot long roller coaster ride on track, built for years of play outdoors or in the playroom
  • 2 non-slip steps lock securely into the 3 piece riding track for access from both sides
  • Specially designed track holds the car in position while your little one climbs aboard.Maximum weight limit car can hold: 50 lbs (22.7 kg)
  • Riding car has high back, handrail, and foot rests for riding securely down the track
  • Car track assembles easily by snapping together(no tools required).Play Tip: Use the car alone as a riding toy

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Style:Classic Edition

Product Description

It may not feature any loop-de-loops or terrifying hairpin turns, but preschoolers will likely find this 10-foot-long roller coaster every bit as thrilling as grownups find the amusement park version.

Molded in brightly colored plastic, it’s built for years of wear in either the backyard or the playroom.

The set’s components fit together to form a downhill ride with another smaller hill about halfway through.

What we loved most about this set is the fact that the individual parts are just as much fun as the fully assembled kit.

The car, bright yellow with a sturdy handle, could just as easily be used around the house if the child is too young for the coaster.

And the ramp system is plenty of fun to roll cars, balls, or anything else.

Perhaps our tiny toy tester said it good: ‘Wheee!’.

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It may not feature any loop-de-loops or terrifying hairpin turns, but preschoolers will likely find this 10-foot-long roller coaster every bit as thrilling as grownups find the amusement park version.

Molded in brightly colored plastic, it’s built for years of wear in either the backyard or the playroom.

The set’s components fit together to form a downhill ride with another smaller hill about halfway through.

What we loved most about this set is the fact that the individual parts are just as much fun as the fully assembled kit.

The car, bright yellow with a sturdy handle, could just as easily be used around the house if the child is too young for the coaster.

And the ramp system is plenty of fun to roll cars, balls, or anything else.

Perhaps our tiny toy tester said it good: “Wheee!” –John Moe

From the Manufacturer

This award-winning roller coaster is a Step2 favorite.

With non-slip steps and snap-together construction, amusement-park fun lives in your play room or back yard.

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From the manufacturer

Why We Love the Up & Down Roller Coaster

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Single-Rider Design

Coaster toys are a great way to teach sharing along with the concept of patience. Remind kids to stay clear of the track as others ride down!

3-Piece Track

Over 10 ft. of up and down riding track is included! The back-and-forth play (like slides), encourages physical activity as kids reset the coaster car to ride again.

Safety Built-In

Wide, non-slip stairs allow easy platform access, where the coaster car sits in recessed wells for stability. The coaster car includes molded-in foot rests, handrail, and high back for a secure ride.

Why Play with Coaster Toys?

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Physical + Motor Skills

Climbing on and off the coaster car requires physical dexterity and helps develop gross motor skills during playtime. And similar to a slide, kids learn to balance on a coaster toy, using their core strength as they cruise down the track. Plus, the “back and forth” nature of coasters (like slides) encourages physical activity.

Esteem + Self-Expression

The easy return style of the coaster car allows kids to reset the coaster all on their own to keep playtime going – and builds confidence the more they do it! At first, they might need help from Mom and Dad to climb onto the car. The more they play, the more comfortable they’ll be with balancing and using the toy all on their own.

Sensory Exploration

Coaster toys are typically used in outdoor play areas, so they open kids up to new sights and sounds not found in their usual daily routine. The quick movement down the track introduces new sensory concepts like feeling the wind on their face and the sound of the wheels on the track.

Language + Social Skills

Coasters are designed as single-rider toys, making them a great option to teach sharing along with taking turns and the concept of patience. Kids will also expand their vocabulary as they play with words like “coaster”, “climb”, and “car”.

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Play Together!

  • Engage your child with STEM concepts as they play! Ask questions that pertain to the coaster toy like, “What happens when you push off lightly?” and “Why does the car stop at the end?”.
  • As the coaster car comes down the track and stops on the bare ground, as your child to explain the difference between the two terrains. They’ll get an extended lesson in STEM learning and sensory exploration as they describe their thoughts and feel the difference on and off the coaster car.
  • Show and tell your child how the roller coaster toy works and goes together. Through repetition, they’ll get the hang of it and feel proud they can operate the toy on their own – with parental supervision!

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