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4 - 7 years

Dart Dolphin Kickboard Pool Toy

Item # 6651

$6.99

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The Scoop

Young swimmers will be motivated to zip through the water with Dart Dolphin's help! Beginners can hold onto this tough, fabric-coated kickboard as they gain confidence; older swimmers will love using it for games and exercise in the water. "Maritime Mates" water toys and pool games feature cheerful characters to encourage beginning swimmers and lots of exciting games to keep big kids splashing, swimming and having a blast. Summer is even more fun with Sunny Patch pool toys!

Details

  • A colorful kickboard to help children learn to swim
  • Styrofoam board with colorful polyester casing
  • Colorfast fabric withstands chlorine and sun exposure.
  • Dart Dolphin character adds a splash of whimsy.
  • Perfect for developing gross motor skills and confidence in the pool!
  • Adult assembly required.

Specs

  • Product: 17.75" x 13" x 1.5" 0.25 lbs
  • Package: 17.7" H x 13" W x 1.5" L

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Discover Countless Ways To Play
  • WATER FALL: Float the kickboard in the water. Fill a plastic cup or bucket to the top with water and place it on top of the kickboard. Try to push the kickboard to a finish line without tipping the cup and spilling the water!

  • USE YOUR HEAD: Balance the kickboard on your head and see how far you can run before it falls off (no hands allowed)!

  • GET YOUR KICKS: Try different ways of kicking while holding the kickboard to get from one end of the pool to the other: flutter kick, dolphin kick, scissor kick, etc. Which is fastest, slowest, hardest, and easiest? Which is your favorite?