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10 super cool water games, to try with kids this summer!

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Catch the water balloon!

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Get jugs of milk or juice to make large containers that will serve you to catch small water balloons! How many can you catch without dropping them?

Paint with water guns

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Add a few drops of paint in water guns! The children will be able to paint abstract paintings with water guns, filled with colored water!!

Water pins

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Make a keel alley with pool noodles! And drop aluminum bottles of Coke, they have the ideal weight to use a water gun made of foam!

Base-water-ball

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Play Baseball, but with water balloons! woohoohoo! That’s a lot of fun!


Don’t miss the target!

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Who will dare to get wet?

Make two teams! With water guns, you should target the hole! The one who fills the bottle with as much water as possible in a predetermined period of time, wins the game!

DIY watering can

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Don’t spend for one of these toys connected to the garden hose for children to play with water! DIY!

Get an old pool noodle! Do you know those who crumble themselves by dint of chlorine? The toy won’t cost you anything!

WHAT DO YOU NEED:

-Pool noodle
-Sello tape, e.g Duct tape
-Scissors
-Skewer or something sharp to pierce the pool noodle.

HOW TO DO:

1) Cut a piece of the pool noodle to collect pieces and plug the end of the pool noodle (keep in a bit for the other end)
2) Every 5 cm (2”) pierce the pool noodle with the skewer.
3) Insert the garden hose into the other end and insert small remaining to keep the hose tight.
4) Tape them!

Water guns race

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You can play this game inside or outside of the pool!

Older children can make it themselves. You just have to pierce two plastic glasses and to pass strings, then you attach them to chairs or bars, the two strings need to be parallel. The glass that comes to the other side first wins! You need water guns with water tanks big enough to fully cross the rope.

Chalks and sponges

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It takes little material! Chalks and wet sponges! And it's so much fun! In addition, we practice math! Yay!

Wet balls DIY!

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Make a water fight of wet sponges! First children will enjoy create them, then they can do the water fight of sponges! It's longer than a water fight of water balloons!
WHAT YOU NEED:

-Sponges
-Scissors
-Rubber band
-Water tank

Water mattress!

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It's MUCH easier than you can imagine and MUCH more resistant than you think!
WHAT YOU NEED:

-Plastic tarpaulin (10 x 25 feet) thickness 4 MIL -15$ (Walmart ----> HERE)
-Iron
-Parchment paper
-Sellotape, e.g. Duct Tape --->>> HERE
-A lot of water!

HOW TO DO:

1) You need a lot of space!
2) Fold the tarpaulin in half
3) Use the parchment paper to cover the entire outline of the tarpaulin by folding it in half, cover the underside and top of the tarpaulin.
4) BE CAREFUL! Iron ON the parchment paper WITHOUT touching the plastic tarpaulin.
5) Leave a small opening to add water to the water mattress.
6) Once done, pull out the mattress outside, insert the garden hose into the hole and fill it with water!
7) Seal the hole with Duct Tape after wiping it with a dry towel!

This is really EASY to do!!

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