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Design Concepts: Ride-on Toys

Time to design... Let's see what you got. (add your ideas as a comment to this post) Here are a couple of our ideas:

Shoot and Ride

Details: A two seater with shooters on each end. It could shoot water or foam balls. With an area filled with these little vehicles it could be really fun!

Crazy Ball

Details: The crazy ball is a fun contraption that facilitates laughing and playing. It is an inflated bouncy ball with soft arms attached. It is secured to the floor or weighted at the bottom so that it will not tip over. I am not totally sure of its purpose but it sure looks fun. Jump on! Now I want to see your ride-on toy ideas... post them as a comment to this post. To attach an image it must be .jpg and smaller than 1000pixels x 1000pixels. If you need help, just send me the picture and I can put it up for you. info [@] playfulfactory [dot] com (We will announce soon what the free toy giveaway prize will be for participating.)

  1. Bowman
    October 4th, 2010 at 22:05 | #1

    Jake’s 1st design:
    It’s a flying bird that lands and you ride on it. You feel it toys in his mouth then it poops it out the back (all boy here).

    Jake #2:
    This is a ride on car that has a front door that opens up to store stuff, it also has a fan. It comes in a container to store it and the side opens up and it drives out.

  • Bowman
    October 4th, 2010 at 21:58 | #2

    Ella:
    Ride-on and pull along Puppy. The tail wags as it moves along. It comes with handle bars, a leash that really is the pull part, and a place to put your feet if it’s being pulled. You can use your feet if you are not being pulled.

  • Bowman
    October 4th, 2010 at 21:57 | #3

    Jena:
    Ride-on Dragon. As you peddle, the wings flap up and down and the mouth opens and shuts with fake fire coming out.

  • Bowman
    October 4th, 2010 at 21:56 | #4

    Zack #1 & 3:
    Monster truck Ride-on Toy. He said you drop something on the top and it shrinks to the ground to get on it.

  • Bowman
    October 4th, 2010 at 21:56 | #5

    Little Collin’s Design:
    Colorful nerf sword (Right-on toy! It’s his birthday and he did not want to design a ride-on toy, so we said okay it is a right-on toy)

  • Bowman
    September 27th, 2010 at 12:15 | #6

    Designer: Ella
    Design: Sattle Storage
    Details:
    It can come as a caterpillar, dinosaur, or horse.
    They are all pull along toys and ride-on toys so a big sister or brother or parent can pull the child on the ride-on. Or the child can pull it for fun. Or the child can push along themselves with their legs.
    A little pull along toy where the rope with the handle can be pulled.
    This also stores smaller toys. You can open the mouth of your ride on toy and put smaller toys inside. To get the toys out, you must pop it’s saddle up.

  • Mama Smith
    September 26th, 2010 at 14:27 | #7

    I know this is for kids to design, and I’m not going for a prize, but your website got me thinking. Our kids used to have a big pull wagon with removable wood slatted sides. How about taking that design and making a hole in the bottom for feet to power it. Then design it to hold various interchangeable sides that make it look like a variety of vehicles. Better yet, make it so pieces of cardboard, ready to decorate and personalize, can fit into grooves in the sides of the wagon/car base. This way, you combine 1) the concept of a cardboard car that goes no where, but is fun to color and cut and design for watching movies; with 2) a ride-on-in vehicle. This way, a simple wagon/riding toy base, through a child’s imagination, design and creation of the cardboard sides, becomes a car, truck boat, plane, spaceship or anything movable. The ride-on toy you build yourself. Oops, I forgot about steering. Oh well, that’s a start.

    1. October 4th, 2010 at 05:28 | #1

    Optionally add an image (JPEG only)