Kids dive to pick up treasure-shaped sinkers and deposit them in floating treasure chest. Includes play ideas for a variety of games in and out of the water. Sturdy plastic construction and fade-resistant colors stand up to chlorine and sun exposure. Made of high-quality plastic. Adaptable for many ages.
The gems do not fit through the slot at the top of the chest; you must open it to put them in, which is challenging for small children.
Six classic, colorful rings weighted to sink and stand on the bottom of the pool. Great for games and swim training. For ages 5 and up. Rings measure 6.25" in diameter. Light and flexible, not hard plastic. Do not melt in the heat. Very portable.
The inner edge of the molded plastic is fine for one child to handle, but can twist and pinch fingers if two children are tugging on it.
Five soft, flexible rubber sticks with weighted plastic tips. Sticks are colorful and stand upright. For ages 6 and up. Great for little hands to grab, since they stand upright and have a soft texture. Numbers on the sticks let you invent games.
May have a strong chemical odor when you first open the package. Lightweight, so currents can carry them across the bottom of the pool.
Eight 5" torpedo-shaped dive toys that sink for retrieval. Launch them forward and they glide underwater up to 20'. Brightly colored. Numbered with a point system for games. For ages 5 and up. Hold up great to sun and water. Glide when you toss them in water.
May be smaller than expected.
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No pool is complete without a collection of dive toys for kids to play with. Simple sinking toys, like sticks or discs, can help kids practice deep diving and holding their breath for longer periods. Rings are a classic diving toy that kids love to scoop up off of the bottom of the pool. For something more dynamic, pool torpedoes can be used to play catch or for diving exercises. Slow-sinking diving balls or rings allow kids to try to snatch them before they touch the bottom. For safe swimming, always avoid inflexible or sharp diving toys, as these may cause injuries.
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