Child's Wheelbarrow




Outdoor chores become child's play with this kid-sized garden "workhorse" that's built to withstand rough terrain, and hauls dirt, flowers, sand and leaves with ease.

Not a toy but a real, working wheelbarrow, it features hardwood handles, steel front tray braces and durable rubber tire. Some assembly needed. Sorry, gift wrap not available.

For ages 3 and up.

33"L x 17"W x 15-3/4"D


for preschool age

Reviewed on: 5/9/2014 11:45:00 AM

It's the perfect height for my nephew, who just turned 3. It's nice and deep and sturdy - great for serious workers. I was surprised that the bin is plastic - it's the same color as the metal parts in the picture, which is a little deceiving, but it's still thick plastic and it seems like it will hold up well.


Reviewed on: 7/16/2013 11:07:00 PM

This is a very sturdy wheel barrow, especially for the price, but it didn't come with any instructions. Lucky for me my husband is super handy and put it together with very little trouble.


Sturdy and easy to use. Love it!

Reviewed on: 7/20/2010 12:00:00 AM

This was purchased for a friend's child who went to Wolfe's Neck Farm with me and saw the big kids doing farm chores with a real wheelbarrow. It's the perfect confidence builder for a little guy who has a new baby sister.


horrible assembly instructions

Reviewed on: 6/19/2010 12:00:00 AM

This is the first time I've ever logged on to a website to write a product review, and it's not a positive one. The assembly instructions for this wheelbarrow are horrible. They are not written by a native English speaker, so there are stand-alone statements like "Not fasten them (bolts)". Does this mean "Do Not fasten them" or "Now fasten them"? - two completely different outcomes! I guessed "Now." I guessed wrong. So a few steps later, I had to go back and try to undo what I'd already done. With two kids, we've assembled our fair share of items - this is the worst. It's just a wheelbarrow. It shouldn't be this hard. As for the quality of the item, it hasn't been put to use yet, but I think it should be fine. Not great, but OK. At this point, I'd save yourself the hassle and see if your hardware store has one already assembled.