There are approximately 10.4 million residential and 309,000 public swimming pools in the United States—that’s a lot of water to play in. It’s even more fun if you have a great pool toy or two.
Use the pieces to “catch” aquatic creatures, while improving hand-eye coordination. CozyBomB
If you’re looking for a toy that will outlast swimming season, then this multi-piece set is it. A collection of brightly-colored plastic sea creatures are just waiting to be caught, thanks to a magnetic rod that works just as well in the swimming pool as it does on the playroom floor. As kids get older and their swimming ability improves, take away the rod and have them dive for the fishes instead.
For Older Kids
These aren’t just for the young ones. Grown-ups can have fun with them, too. Aqua LEISURE
Self-propelling toys (meaning no batteries) are great for teaching diving or underwater swimming skills, as well as for games for all the family.
This heavy-duty PVC ring is easy to puff up and deflate, and provides both fun and support for beginner swimmers. Greenco
Circular pool floats provide hours of fun. Kids can use one like a hamster wheel, kick back in its curves, sprawl across it horizontally, or simply use it as a swimming aid. Heavy-duty PVC makes for a durable choice.