This water table is large enough for multiple kids to play at once. Plus, they can learn to take turns playing with the accessories or making it rain!
Activate the water table’s rainfall effect on the top tier with the large bucket. Smaller cups, a strainer and toy figures provide splish-splash water fun in the pond below!
While the rain shower splashes back into the pond, kids can watch as the water activates the maze-like spinners and ramps to create a cascade waterfall.
When playtime fun is done, empty the water table with the convenient non-leak drain plug located at the bottom of the pond for easy clean-up and storage!
Water play introduces kids to new textures, temperatures, sights and sounds. Actions like splashing engage multiple senses at once, and encourage children to actively use their senses as they explore. With water, every movement presents an opportunity to see, hear, and feel something new.
Water play introduces early physics concepts like motion and flowing. Water toys with slides, spinners and funnels are a great way to teach kids about cause and effect. A great way to incorporate learning into play is by letting kids make predictions about what will happen when water enters a spinner, or a rubber duck is placed on top of a water slide.
Water toys help kids build important social skills like taking turns and experimenting with role play. Water play is also great for widening a child’s vocabulary, as they start using words like “splash” “sink” “float” and “squirt”.
Water play is a great way to practice physical development. When your child pours water from a bucket, they practice both physical dexterity and hand-eye coordination. Water toys also help develop fine motor skills and the pincer grasp as kids practice squirting, stirring and squeezing different accessories while they play.