When the heat of summer is really on, nothing cools things off quicker than a little water play. And this type of fun is surprisingly affordable. Take a look at these 10 Water Toys Under $15 that Kids (and big people, too) will love.
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Bunch O Balloons–These preset bundles of balloons and attachments let you get lots of water balloon action going in a hurry. This toy is definitely one for adult supervision and great for a blazing hot afternoon or summer party.
Hydro Swirl Spinning Sprinkler-This fun spinning dome with attached wiggle tubes will have the water flinging everywhere and the kids having so much fun.
Melissa and Doug Water Sport and Game Sets-Pool game with some predator toss and catch fun involved.
Melissa and Doug Undersea Treasure Hunt-Argh Matey! Nothing like a underwater search for some buried treasure to make a summer day complete. This is such a cute treasure chest filled with water tolerant riches.
Nerf Super Soaker Scatter Blast Blaster-Because who wouldn’t enjoy being able to water down a friend from far away.
Splash Bombs 4-Pack-A perennial favorite at our house. Perfect for splashing around in the pool or lake.
Poof Bocce Splash– Skip discs back and forth across the water. Fun without have to dive under the surface to play.
Coop HydroSport Paddles-Good for batting balls back and forth on the water. Challenging aqua fun.
Intex Shark Ride-On Float-Look out in the water below when a rider and a shark come passing by. Keep your eye out for this float in the deep blue.
Bubba The Bottom Feeder-Head to the bottom of the pool and take turns feeding goldfish to Bubba until he floats. Designed for one to 4 players.
The most difficult thing about quenching that summer heat will be choosing among these great water toys and getting the kids to stop playing with them when it is time to eat.
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Now we only need a pool. 😀
I always love to borrow a friend’s pool. So much cheaper.
Shirley Wood says
It really doesn’t take much to entertain the kids in the water! Thanks for sharing at Merry Monday!
Lisa @ Fun Money Mom says
We just moved into a house with a pool (our first) and my girls would love every one of these! Thanks so much for sharing at Share The Wealth Sunday!
Mrs. AOK says
These are great water toys! Thanks for sharing with us at Mommy Monday. 🙂