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Keep Your Group Together with These Kids Walking Ropes

Mother and pupil and kids holding hands going to school in first class with schoolbag or satchel walking to school bus, Parent and son,sister preschool

Anyone who’s ever had to wrangle a group of small children knows that it can be a trying task. If you’re walking outside, it’s especially important to make sure that your kids or students are safely in tow. These walking ropes are designed to keep children in orderly lines — while also ensuring that they’re all moving safely through risky areas, like intersections.

This cute walking rope is made from durable nylon with reinforced stitching to prevent rips or tears. This pick is available in two lengths to accommodate either six or 10 children.

This kids’ walking rope accommodates up to 10 children and two adults. This pick is machine-washable for easy maintenance and can be linked to other walking ropes, in case you’re combining classrooms or leading a large group.

We like that this kids’ walking rope features durable nylon webbing and reinforced stitching to prevent premature wear and tear. Plus, it comes with a carrying bag for stowing away the rope between uses.

This 14.5-foot kids’ walking rope has 10 handles to accommodate eight children and two adults. Children will learn about shapes as they stay safe on the go.

You’ll appreciate that this kids’ walking rope is made from nylon with reinforced stitching. It can also be connected to other walking ropes to accommodate larger groups if needed.

Expert Commentary

In my time volunteering with kids, walking ropes have been key components of keeping them safe when leaving their designated space. It’s fun to make a game of holding onto the rope and going to their next activity.

Our Expert Consultant

Melissa Spurling

Melissa holds a doctorate in pharmacy and is a home educator, co-teaching a high school chemistry class and a primary school class. Having taught two of her own children to read, write and traverse Singapore Math, Melissa has spent hundreds, if not thousands of hours researching and testing curriculum.


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Dorian Smith-Garcia

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