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It’s July. The weather is getting warmer and the kids are getting bored. Send them outside with the Zoom Ball Hydro. Works like the original Zoom Ball with a splash. Yep they can actually cool off while they’re playing. The Zoom Ball Hydro holds water balloons that break randomly during use. So there’s an element of surprise to playing with the Zoom Ball Hydro as well.
You fill the Zoom Ball Hydro with water balloons (included). This provides the random splash.
Then you need two players. Simple slide the Zoom Ball Hydro back and forth until the water balloons burst. As we found out, if you put more than one in, you might get a couple water splashes out of it as they don’t all break at the same time.
The smaller ones had a harder time with it. They just couldn’t seem to get the zip it needed to go back and forth. My older boys had a blast with it. Here’s a short facebook video clip I shared of my older boys using the Zoom Ball Hydro:
I don’t know about you but my family and I are big fans of Shark Week on Discovery channel. I keep saying that one of these years I’m going to have a shark week party. What is the perfect game to keep the kids entertained during Shark Week (or any day really)? Shark Bite from Goliath Games. It’s fun for all ages, not too any rules, and again has an element of surprise.
The game comes with everything you see in the pictures. The “fish” go in the open sharks mouth. You roll a dice to tell you how many fish you need to catch. Hopefully you catch all your fish before the shark chomps your fishing line. See I told you, simple yet fun.
Here are my kids playing Shark Bite:
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