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Here Are 13 Fun Outside Water Toys We Found For The Kiddos
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Here Are 13 Fun Outside Water Toys We Found For The Kiddos

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Summer is here and what better way to have fun and stay cool than playing with water on a hot, sunny day? Here we have a list of the 13 best water toys to buy this summer. The kids will have an endless amount of fun while staying cool and active.

 

1. Two-Pack Water Guns

Be prepared for a day of fun when you bring these two water guns out to the family picnic. With a powerful jet and a large storage capacity, just make sure someone else doesn't get their hands on them first.

2. Fortnite Super Soaker

This super soaker is inspired by the blaster used in Fortnite. It's easy to use your imagination and join in on all the fun when using this water-blasting Fortnite replica.

 

3. Soakzooka

This Nerf Soakzooka super soaker produces a huge blast of water so you're guaranteed advantage over your opponents.

 

4. Banzai Triple Racer

It's like you're starting to build a water park in your backyard! the Banzai Triple Racer is a wicked-fun racing style water track. It's fun for the whole family!

 

5. Backyard Blast 30' Waterslide

This water slide is the best accessory you could add to your backyard for a hot summer afternoon. Slip and slide into the evening and you won't be bored for even a second.

 

6. Water Balloons

We all have fond memories of playing with water balloons. Show your kids the mischief and excitement that comes with having a water balloon fight. Fill and tie 100 in less than 60 seconds!

 

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7. Water Balloon Party Pack

You can't have too many after balloons! The more water balloons, the merrier. This pack clocks in at 40 to fill and tie in 40 seconds.

 

8. Water Balloon Catapult

Why throw with your hands when you could catapult water balloons at your friends and enemies? It adds an extra fun element to an already awesome activity.

 

9. Palm Tree Sprinkler

Palm tree outdoor sprinkler for the kids to play with in the backyard. It comes attached to a shallow inflatable pool so they can splash around while they get sprayed by the palms.

 

10. Unicorn Sprinkler

A gigantic unicorn that sprays you with water is like every little girl's dream on a hot summer day. This one would be great in your backyard and your kids would thank you.

 

11. Quick Set Pool

This one is a classic staple of summer. It's a 10 ft by 30 in an above-ground inflatable pool. Perfect for keeping the adult and the kids feeling nice and refreshed.

 

12. Three-Pack Pool

What's better than one above-ground pool for kids to share with their parents? What about three inflatable above-ground pools for kids to enjoy all to themselves!

 

13. Play Center

Intex Dinoland Inflatable Play Centre is super fun for anyone over two years old. It has a built-in mini slide and sprays water on the lucky duck who gets to sit in the middle of it.

Summer will be here before you know it so if you want to get ahead of the weather and not have to feel the heat, these are all great options to help you keep cool.

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