Schoolâs out and the kids are bouncing off the walls. You want them to go outside and play, but to be fair, the toys out there are sun-bleached and well-worn due to years of hard play.
Here are some fun summer toys thatÂ are sure to be a hit â and wonât break the bank. (You can see how those highÂ credit card balances may be affecting yourÂ credit scores by viewing two of your credit scores for free, updated each month,Â on Credit.com.)Â Stock up on a few of these terrific toys and youâll likely find that the kids may never want to come inside.
Price: $59.99 at CriticalCycles.com
A balance bike provides an easy road to a âbig bikeâ! The stylish Cub is lightweight, sturdy and adjustable, so it will grow with your child until they are ready for the real deal. Critical Cycles are delivered right to your door â so convenient! Ages 20 months and up.
Price: $12.99 at Toys R Us
Want to keep the little ones occupied while you work in the garden? This adorable Eric Carle tote holds a shovel, small rake and spray bottle. Theyâll love âgardeningâ right beside you. Ages 3Â and up.
Price: $7.99 on Amazon
This tri-color roller set makes emblazoning the driveway with shimmering rainbows a piece of cake. Once the (non-toxic and easy to clean) rainbows are created, kidsâ imaginations will run wild. Ages 3Â and up.
Price: $30 at Giggle.com
This eco-friendly set allows kidsÂ to create a different mini golf adventure every time they play. It includes clubs, balls and tracks to guide the course, all in a handy canvas travel tote. Ages 3Â and up.
Price: $9.99 at Toys R Us
Kids can make bubbles galore with this hand-held bubble machine. The Blaster comes with a 4-oz. bottle of Funriseâs fabulous bubble solution. Simply pour the solution in, press the button and youâve got bubbles! Note: three AAA batteries are required. Ages 3Â and up.
Price: $13.99 at Toys R Us
Fill and tie 100 water balloons in under a minute and then launch them up to 60 feet in the air? Yes, please! Ages 3Â and up.
Price: $34.99 at Alwaysfits.com
A giant pink flamingo to float on â need I say more? This sturdy float will last and last, and provide endless joy.Â Ages 8Â and up.
Price: $12.99 at Target
A sprinkler on a hot day is a must, but this isnât any sprinkler. The dome spins and the tubes wiggle and squirt water every which way. Hopefully, theyâll make way for you when you run through! AgesÂ 4Â and up.
GeoSpace Rocket LED Night Shotz Set
Price: $24.99 at Amazon
You probably know Jump Rockets, but you have to check out this new LED-version! Flick the switch, stomp and watch a rocket soar up to 100 feet into the night. Bedtime may fall by the wayside. Ages 4Â and up.
Price: $59.99 at Amazon
Just add a little water to get things started and the two big slides, rippling water, three fun friends and a playful octopus will provide hours of entertainment. Ages 4Â and up.
$129.99 at Walmart
This unique, foldable scooter is propelled by a swiveling motion of the hips, rather than pushing off the pavement. Itâs very easy to learn so the kids will be scooting and doing tricks in no time. It can hold up to 175lbs. so grownups can take a spin! Ages 7Â and up.
Price: $6.99 at Toys âRâ Us
This #1 selling hoop is the best because it makes hula hooping easy. It has a patented liquid code that, per the folks at Wave, makes hooping 10 times easier than the classic hoop. Tons of holographic patterns to choose from. Ages 6Â and up.
$69.99 at US.Store.Parrot.com
You canât have a toy roundup without a drone! This customizable flyer is fun to play with and easy to use. Just download the Freeflight 3 app and get flying. Itâs rugged, shock resistant and even has an embedded camera. Around ten minutes of flying time per charge. Ages 8Â and up.
Price: $38 at Kikkerland.com
This set is for Boules, Bocce, Yard Ball and many other weighted ball games (or games your kids make up). Itâs beautifully packaged and has itâs own carrying case, so you may want to steal it for your next barbeque. Ages 8Â and up.
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