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You have a kiddie pool that your child has suddenly outgrown and you have no idea what to do with it.You are contemplating on throwing it away or giving it away;However,before you make any decisions check out how you can turn your kiddie pool into one of these awesome indoor Diy’s. After all it’s hot outside and the sun is not playing fair. This is a great way to have fun indoor when the weather is prohibits you to go outside.

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Ball Pit

What you will need:

  1. Kiddie pool
  2. Plastic Balls

Instructions:

Step 1: Place balls inside of pool

Step 2: Let your child dive in and have fun

Step 3: You go relax & monitor baby!

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Indoor Beach

What you will need:

  1. Edible sand
  2. Kiddie pool
  3. Beach toys

Instructions:

Step 1: Fill pool with sand

Step 2: Place beach toys in pool

Step 3: Let your child put on swimwear and hop in.

Now if the indoor beach sounds too messy then perhaps the indoor foam bubble will be more inviting.

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Foam Bubble

What you will need:

  1. Kiddie Pool
  2. ¼ of cup of tear free bubble bath
  3. ½ cup of water
  4. Food coloring
  5. Hand mixer

Instructions:

Step 1: Pour a ½ cup of water and ¼ cup of bubble bath in the hand mixer. Add a little bit of food color and mix in the mixing bowl.

Step 2: Pour bubbles into pool.

Step 3: Repeat steps 1-2 until you have made different batches of foam bubbles.

These indoor activities are super easy and they may sound messy but they are easy to clean. They are also a great way to introduce your child to their senses such as touch. They are a great sensory activity and the best part is they will have a blast. Hopefully these Diy’s will help you to keep your old kiddie pool.

Written by Johnakeshia; Modern Domestic, Staff Writer

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