This is the walker most Ghanaian babies used to learn how to walk. Myself this is what I used to learn how to walk( Yes my mummy told me ).
For a baby to use it to learn how to walk it is very simple. The baby holds the horizontal bar at the top with the hands at both ends of the bar and he stands up on his/her feet and start pushing the walker. Two to three falls will get him or her to start being on his/her feet by him/her self and by the 7th to 8th falls, he/she should start moving the legs on his/her own and before you know it, your baby is walking.
This walker is simple, no ring bells around to keep the baby off focus on learning how to walk.
9 thoughts on “The Indigenous Walker”
Ouch! Looks dangerous! 😉
No is not. You’re always guided.
Henry, this is definitely interesting! I like the simple functional design, very afro-cool.
Henry, that’s a great AfriGadget entry, thanks!
hello Henry, the picture of your walker is not showing on this page, can it be seen elsewhere?