Let Kids Have Fun With Little Tikes Spiralin’ Seas Waterpark
Kids love playing with water. For kids, there’s nothing quite like spending the summer days in the backyard running around the water sprinkler or having a water gun shoot of with their friends. Children will also love Little Tikes Spiralin’ Seas Waterpark. Children ages 24 months to 6 years can have lots of fun with this engaging water table. In addition to that, it also helps young children to develop “put and take” as well as their motor skills.
With the Little Tikes Spiralin’ Seas Waterpark, children can engage in fun activities such as dropping balls down spiral and watching them slowly go down into the “lazy river”, turning the spinner that powers the lazy river, turning the ferris wheel to drop off or scoop up balls, or filling the cup with water and pouring it into the funnel to spin the two water wheels.
The Little Tikes Spiralin’ Seas Waterpark is also versatile. Besides water, you can also fill the table with sand when the weather is cooler. Just so you know, the Spiralin’ Seas Waterpark is about the same price as a regular sand box. So instead of buying separate sandbox and water play table, you will save more money because it can serve as both a sandbox and a water table. When it rains, you can bring the table indoors and let your children play with their toys on it.
Not only is it affordable, but it is also easy to clean. When the playtime is over, you just have to empty out the table by draining the water or pouring the sand back to its container, and you can just leave the table in your backyard or put it on the porch or inside the storehouse.
The Little Tikes Spiralin’ Seas Waterpark consists of a play table with dimensions of 26.50 (L) x 26.50 (W) x 30.50 (H) inches, 6 playing balls, a fill cup, a funnel, a center spiral, and a ferris wheel. There are no sharp edges, so you do not have to worry about your kids getting hurt. The table is easy to assemble; it only takes less than 15 minutes to set up. The three legs can be easily snapped into place, and can be easily removed for storage. However, when you move the entire table, the legs constantly fall off so you would have to re-assemble them afterwards. Once it is assembled, you just have to fill it with water or sand, and let your kids have fun with it.