Summer Fun for Kids: Water Wubble Waterballoon Balls (Review)

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It’s hard to believe that it’s just about time to start thinking of summer activities for the kids. In just about a month my boys will be out of school and begging for something fun to do. We live in Georgia where the temperature goes from cool to hot quite drastically. We don’t get much of a spring around here and before we know it we are cranking up the AC desperately trying to find ways to beat the heat. One fun way to cool down during the warmer months is of course with fun water sports.

Summer Fun for Kids: Water Wubble Waterballoon Balls (Review)

I was recently sent the knew Water Wubble Waterballoon Balls to try out with my boys. We recently tried the Super Wubble Bubble ball and loved it so we were particularly interested in seeing how the Water Wubble Waterballoon Balls would be different. The Water Wubble Waterballoon Balls are made of the same material as the Wubble Bubble ball but they are a lot smaller. Inside the box you get 8 total waterballoon balls: 4 red and 4 blue. Unlike regular waterballoons, the Water Wubble Waterballoon Balls can be refilled and used over and over again as they never “pop”. Also, a fantastic feature that they seal themselves and do not require any tying of any kind. I don’t know if you have ever tried to tie a waterballoon but they are the worst, always slipping out of your hand before you can get them tied.

Summer Fun for Kids: Water Wubble Waterballoon Balls (Review)

The Water Wubble Waterballoon Balls are easy to fill. I was able to fill all eight Water Wubble balls in no time at all using just the faucet at our sink. They feel fun in your hand as they slosh around with water inside. Because they are so easy to fill, the kids had no problem refilling them thanks to the valve that seals itself. We preferred to keep them filled on the smaller side for easy throwing but they can be filled up with quite a bit of water. As a parent I liked that there was no mess to clean up after the Water Wubble balls no longer had water in them. We just save them for the next time we want a family waterballoon fight.

Summer Fun for Kids: Water Wubble Waterballoon Balls (Review)

My boys and I loved trying out the Water Wubble Waterballoon Balls. I can definitely see us using these throughout the summer as a fun game the entire family would enjoy playing. The Water Wubble Waterballoon Balls can be found online as well as in stores like available at Target, Toys R Us and more!

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The Domestic Diva
The Domestic Diva

Heather is a homeschooling mom of two boys currently living in central Georgia. She has been sharing her domestic story online as a lifestyle blogger for 15 years. Through her blog and social media platforms, Heather provides a glimpse into domestic life as she shares with other stay-at-home moms how she tackles modern homemaking and the challenges of raising a family.

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  1. Marko
    May 5, 2017 / 3:35 am

    Great idea! There are lots of other outdoor activities you can do with your child. Go visit your local community center to go swimming (using both indoor and outdoor pools, plus water slides!). Find an ice skating or roller skating rink. Play mini golf. Challenge each other in laser tag. Take a family bike ride. Play Frisbee golf. Go canoeing or kayaking. Play basketball, baseball, volleyball, football, or soccer in your backyard or basement. Rent a kid’s exercise video from your local library. Wash the car together. Plant a garden together

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