Toy car ramps, and toy cars in general, can be a lot of fun for the little ones.
Toy car ramp designs range from simple beginners ramps to more complex and sophisticated toy car ramps and tracks. Beginner toy car ramps are usually built as a straight line sloped surfaces.
The concept of letting cars slide down the ramp is fairly quickly understood and embraced by one and two year old kids. In the beginning, our son would hold his toy car and drive it down his toy car ramp.
Later on, he learned to just let it go and watch it speed up down the toy car ramp on its own.
Below a range of ramps to compare, depending on what you think your little one would love.
When Bean was 14 months, Santa brought him the more fancy toy car ramp you see on the right: Little People Wheelies Stand’n Play Rampway.
He was excited to run the cars down two separate tracks, move the car elevator, and pull the sound lever. This colorful toy held his attention for, at least, a couple of years.
Even at the age of three, he would still occasionally play with it. As his imaginative play progressed, he adopted many different variations of little car adventures.