Intex Rainbow Ring Inflatable Play CenterFind a water slide for toddlers here to help you and your toddler cool off during the dog days of summer. With the warmer months approaching fast, you’ll want to be prepared with a way to cool off and plenty of toys.
Toddlers love to explore. They’ll love exploring and then getting to cool off in a pool with a slide or a stand alone water slide.
If you let them, toddlers will stay in the pool for hours, just don’t forget sunscreen. A good idea is to have pool time mid morning when it’s very warm, or save pool time for the late afternoon or early evening once the midday sun has started to go down.
Stand alone water slides are great for toddlers, but I like the ones in the pool better. Toddlers like to slide, but they also like to splash and swim. A kids pool with slide lets toddlers play in several different ways, and they’re also perfect to use bath or pool toys in.
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Toddler Water Slide
These are stand alone water slides for toddlers. These are great for toddlers and preschoolers, especially the active ones. But who am I kidding? Aren’t all toddlers active? There are two great options for toddler water slides, the inflatable water slide and a hard water slide with a slip n slide mat at the end.
Toddler Pools With Water Slide
Inflatable pools with water slides are an awesome investment for the summer if you have a toddler or preschooler. If you have a kiddie pool, then you have a gold mine where toddlers are concerned. Most of these are very reasonably priced, so summer fun doesn’t have to have a huge budget. Just pair one of these pools with a few toys and you have hours of fun.
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If you’re having trouble deciding which water slide to choose, you may want to take a minute to think about a few things before you decide. What is your price range? Do any reviews stand out? Is there a theme your child would enjoy more than the others? Once you start looking at the products from your child’s point of view, it’s a little easier to make a decision. And a side note, if your child likes dinosaurs, choose one of the dino pools because they’re awesome.