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12 fun water toys for kids to keep cool this summer


by Shayna Sappington
28th May 2020

We’ve found the best water toys for kids to keep cool this summer, from toddler splash pads to extravagant water tables.


This bank holiday weekend has a projected high of 25 degrees nationwide, making it the perfect weekend for BBQs, ice pops and water toys.

Parents can sunbathe out the back while the kids keep cool with inflatable pools, squirt guns and water tables.

Here are 12 of the best reviewed water toys your kids will love this summer.

Little Tikes Fountain Factory, €66

Tummy Time Water Play Mat, €27

Fishing Game Set, €14

Joylink Octopus Sprinkler Toy, €32

Animal Foam Water Blasters (4-pack), €24

AquaPlay LockBox, €34

Trampoline Sprinkler,  €34

Flower Wheel Factory, €15

Sea, Sand & Shade Activity Center, €119

Vykor Water Doodle Mat, €27

Blue Maxi Shell Set, €22

Toddler Splash Pad, €35

 

Feature image: smythstoys.com

 

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