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Pool Games to Play with Your Kids

Pool Games to Play with Your Kids

One of the best advantages to having a pool is the memories you get to make with your family in your own backyard! If you had a pool growing up, you can think back to all the fun memories of jumping in the pool for the first time and sharing some great family memories. We’ve included some great game ideas and things to do with your kids so you’ll never get bored this summer!

Watermelon Ball

Do your kids like playing basketball? Then they’ll love watermelon ball! It’s made to dribble just like a basketball but under the water. So when there’s days that are just too hot to play basketball outside, get creative and play in the water! You can purchase a basketball hoop to hang over your pool as well.

 

Swim Rings

This is a classic water game that kids will never get tired of, especially if you’re working with you child on how to swim better! Swim rings are great to help your kids get some exercise while also getting out all that energy that they always seem to have.

 

Invisible Bottle

This game is one of the easiest to do with no purchase needed! Take some empty water bottles, pull off the wrapping, fill them up with water, and hide them in different parts of you pool. It’s a lot harder to find them than you’d think! Your kids will love this challenging but fun pool game.

 

Pool Toss N Splash

If you have kids that aren’t quite ready for the deep in, this is the perfect game! While standing in the shallow part of the pool, they can toss the balls to aim them in the holes that have the most points. The toss n splash will let your children play in the pool without getting nervous in the deep in!

We know these pool toys are great but we all love a game that’s free! We’ve included some classic pool games that don’t cost a thing.

  • Belly Flop Content
  • Canon Ball
  • Chicken
  • Marco Polo
  • Sharks and Minnows
  • Hot Potato

Let us know what your favorite pool games are by commenting below! We’d love to hear from you. Happy swimming!

 

 

 

 

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