Dive: (verb) to plunge into water, especially headfirst.
Let’s dive into the pool.
Sea Turtle Snack
Make a Water Fight Kit!
These water fight kits are a fun way to surprise family and friends with a little treat to gear up for the summer months! You will love dunking the sponge bombs into buckets of water to throw to each other for games of catch, and the sponge bombs can be used over and over again with a minimal amount of water.
To make a Summer Water Fight Kit of your own, you will need:
To make the labels:
Print out the free label template on a label sheet, and cut it out. Place the label on the outside of the sand bucket. Cover with clear packaging tape to protect it from water.
To make the sponge bombs:
Use kitchen scissors to cut the sponges into strips, and gather up into groups to be held together by an “ouchless” hair elastic. Repeat this step until the sand bucket is full of sponge bombs.
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For your younger ones, you can also read “The Polar Bear Who Couldn’t, Wouldn’t Swim” by Karen and Brian Cohn, about a young polar bear named Zeke who is afraid of the water and refuses to swim, and learns how to face his fears with a positive attitude!