It’s time to think about learning to ride that two-wheeler bike. One great method to try is to take the pedals off and lower the seat on the bike so your child can put her feet flat on the ground while learning to balance. Then start on a smooth surface that has only a very slight incline. Put the bike facing down on the incline and have your child sit on the seat with both hands on the handlebars and both feet on the ground. When she is ready, your child can simply pick up both feet and let the bike roll, balancing for as long as possible. The child then feels in control because he can put his feet down immediately when she feels like she is losing her balance. Gradually, the child will feel more comfortable and will be able to coast in this manner for longer and longer stretches.
Eventually, you can begin working on steering and when the child is totally comfortable, you can put the pedals back on and work on the pedaling and braking.