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                                                     Fun With A Stick Horse Toy
                                                            By Susanne Myers

    As a child do you remember playing with one of those stick horses? I spend hours upon hours
riding my little horse around the house and taking care of him. Even if you have a little girl who's been
begging for a pony or a little boy who loves playing cowboy, an old-fashioned stick horse is timeless
that every child will enjoy.

In this day and age of high-tech toys with ponies nearly real life sized, and dolls that little girls can feed
and change diapers on. The television keeps them glued to their seats for hours along with the endless
array of video games. It's just that none of these toys really stimulate the imagination of children; it's
already there for them.

Really? you wonder. How can a little stick toy make everything all right? Well to turn this stick of a toy,
with a head that vaguely resembles a real horse, into a real live horse in your child’s mind requires a
whole lot of imagination. The personality, style, habits and manners of this horse will all be up to your
child. In his mind your child can make the horse walk or gallop, eat hay and of course race through the

Your child will give this horse a name, decide on his character, and choose what he likes to eat and
where he will run. This little stick horse is basically a blank slate that your child can do what he likes
with. And most fun of all, your child can ride the horse around at whatever speed he chooses.

You can be sure that any toy that allows your child time to be more active and run around instead of
sitting at the TV is a good one. With childhood obesity being very high at this time we need more things
to keep our children from gaining weight and what better way then keeping their minds and bodies
active. A stick horse is perfect for getting your child to exercise without even realizing it. For an extra
little workout, stage a horse race through the living room or even better in the back yard.

Make a stick horse with your child that’s sure to spark his or her imagination. You’ll find a simple stick
horse craft here While your there, don’t forget to
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                       A Childs Rocking Horse Will Keep Them Occupied And Amused
                                                            By Jodie Philips

 A child’s rocking horse is a toy for your child in the shape of a horse mounted on rockers. The rockers
are essentially springs, which enable a child to rock and ride. The rocking movement entices many a
child. It is also popular as a hobbyhorse. These riding toys give your child the illusion of riding a real
horse and therefore are a favorite with most children.

Although only a small horse, a child’s rocking horse is strong enough for your child to sit and ride. It is
in the shape of a typical horse with a head, legs, back, and tail. However, the hooves are along the
bottom with curved bow type joints. These joints are similar to those commonly found in a rocking
chair. These provide a forward and backward movement and allow your child to rock on the horse.

The child’s rocking horse also has proper footrests or straps which serve as stirrups. Your child can
place its feet firmly into these stirrups. There are normally two handles at the sides of the horse,
coming from the head portion. Your child can hold on to these handles for a firm grip while rocking on
the toy.

The earliest known child’s rocking horse dates back to the middle Ages. Although initially such horses
were for knights to practice jostling, later, Germany made such wooden horses as children’s toys in
late 17th century or early 18th century. Nevertheless, only the rich could afford such toys for their

However, the scene changed later and the child’s rocking horse was present in almost every house all
over the world. It is now so common that these toys are often in the attic even after the children
outgrow such toys. The newer ones are also available in plastic rather than wooden. Despite the
popularity of other toys like Barbie dolls, computer games, and robots, children find the simple rocking
horse as enticing as ever.

Some of the child’s rocking horse also has real horsehair manes. Most of them are padded sufficiently
to make them comfortable for your child to sit and rock. Some have reins and cloth saddles too. Colors
of today’s rocking horses are now far from being the traditional grey or brown. You can choose from an
array of bright and vibrant colors. Other accessories are also available in leather, fabric, and similar

Innovative models of the child’s rocking horse include the rocking horse toilet. This toy serves the
dual-purpose of being a child’s toy and helps you teach basic toilet etiquette to your child. Prices for
such toys range from $200 to $3,500 depending on your choice of the toy. However, always keep a
watchful eye on children younger than four years while riding this horse.

Jodie Phillips is a successful Webmaster and publisher of and
she provides more rocking horse facts, tips and advice on her website, where you can research in the
comfort of your own home.

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