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Walmart.com has various Kid's Roller Skates w/ Knee Pads (for Ages 3-6) on sale from $14.96. Select free in-store pickup where available, otherwise shipping is free on orders $35 or more. Thanks itsamazeling
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Walmart [walmart.com] has Disney Princess Kid's Roller Skates with Knee Pads for $14.96 + Free Store Pickup, otherwise shipping is free on orders $35+

Also Available: Size 6-12 (designed for kid's ages 3-6)
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These aren't great if you want your child to actually learn to skate. No ankle support and the plastic wheels could quickly turn these into a traumatic experience if your toddler wants to do anything more than play "dress up" with skates. Real "Roller Derby" brand training skates are like $30 on amazon (small is size 7-11) and worlds better. And yes... I'm mostly just mad because I remember falling down a lot in my own plastic skates like this when I was little and didn't want to put my daughter through the same experience
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does this fit for 8 year old girl?
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does this fit for 8 year old girl?
What size does she wear? Most likely not since it says size 6-12
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Cute, $15 bucks why not. But then she needs helmet and wrist guards..... and what else?
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What size does she wear? Most likely not since it says size 6-12
she wears size 13 or 1
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these are so cutie.
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does this fit for 8 year old girl?
Description says 3 to 5 years
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These aren't great if you want your child to actually learn to skate. No ankle support and the plastic wheels could quickly turn these into a traumatic experience if your toddler wants to do anything more than play "dress up" with skates. Real "Roller Derby" brand training skates are like $30 on amazon (small is size 7-11) and worlds better. And yes... I'm mostly just mad because I remember falling down a lot in my own plastic skates like this when I was little and didn't want to put my daughter through the same experience
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does this fit for 8 year old girl?
If she's the size of a 3-6 year old, sure.
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I agree with Nvuono. This item is prone to injuries. There are a lot more training skates with complete gear available.
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These aren't great if you want your child to actually learn to skate. No ankle support and the plastic wheels could quickly turn these into a traumatic experience if your toddler wants to do anything more than play "dress up" with skates. Real "Roller Derby" brand training skates are like $30 on amazon (small is size 7-11) and worlds better. And yes... I'm mostly just mad because I remember falling down a lot in my own plastic skates like this when I was little and didn't want to put my daughter through the same experience
Getting these for my near 3yr old. I seriously doubt anyone getting these are expecting the kids wearing them to be able to take off on their own and actually skate. They are mistaken if so. I'm more or less expecting her to get excited whenever we bring them out and have a blast while I hold her hands around the house and she gets to "skate." Kids much older than this, yes they'd need a real pair that they could actually skate around on their own. Let's not take these kiddie skates too serious and knock the $15....well worth the fun my daughter is going to have
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Getting these for my near 3yr old. I seriously doubt anyone getting these are expecting the kids wearing them to be able to take off on their own and actually skate. They are mistaken if so. I'm more or less expecting her to get excited whenever we bring them out and have a blast while I hold her hands around the house and she gets to "skate." Kids much older than this, yes they'd need a real pair that they could actually skate around on their own. Let's not take these kiddie skates too serious and knock the $15....well worth the fun my daughter is going to have
Exactly this. I had these as a kid around 5 yo and my experience was as JonM says: mostly my parents holding my hand while i tried to roll around in these, at first mostly on carpet. It took me a couple years of trying (infrequently) with these to actually learn to skate on my own... and when i did, i immediately upgraded to better skates.

These are good for that purpose- to introduce young kids 3-6 yo to skating, with parents who are going to help them out for the most part. These are not the type of skate to give your 8 yo to use outside in the driveway /sidewalk on their own.

You could probably skip these all together and just wait until their older... but if you want to expose your kid to skating but who may not actually learn to skate until their 8-10 yo, why waste $30-40 on professional skates that they're just going to outgrow?
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Do yourself a favor and buy your kid some actual skates. Not these plastic hunks of trash that are nothing more than a "toy" that's prone to failure and likely injury.

If you were trying to teach your kid how to type on a keyboard, would you buy a keyboard that only has 13 letters?
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