NEW YORK (AP) – Kids love a tricycle.
That’s the message from a new study that suggests kids love tricycling for the same reason that parents love watching movies: to get around the city.
The research, published Monday in the journal Pediatrics, was based on more than 400 kids and their parents who took part in a survey of more than 1,000 families in New York City.
The researchers found that about half of the families that took part said they rode their tricyclers around the neighborhood.
The other half said they didn’t ride them and the rest did not ride them at all.
More than a third of the children in the study said that while they liked riding their tricycle around the block, they were not sure what kind of riding they liked best.
About 70 percent of children said that they liked it when they were alone, while about 45 percent said they liked the feeling of riding in a group and about 35 percent said it was relaxing.
Some families didn’t take part in the survey because they didn to riding a tricycle at all or because they were too young to ride a triceratops.
The researchers found no differences in how parents responded to those questions.
The study also found that parents who had two or more children also preferred riding tricycluses than those who did not.
Some families with children between the ages of 2 and 5 preferred riding their own tricycyclers.
The authors of the study, Dr. Sarah C. Stiles of the Department of Child Development and the Department, Pediatrics, at the Albert Einstein College of Medicine at the Bronx, say the research is a big step forward in understanding the importance of tricycycling among children.
The more children who participate, the better we can understand how these factors impact children’s health and well-being.””
This is a larger study that included families that are diverse and diverse in their own right.
The more children who participate, the better we can understand how these factors impact children’s health and well-being.”