Looking for fun ways to keep kids engaged and entertained outdoors during all those summer picnics, barbecues, and camping trips? These 4 outdoor toys for toddlers and preschoolers will have them begging to play in the sunshine all day long! From educational activities to toys that make fitness fun, you really can’t go wrong here! Check them out and find out which one is my favorite!
Outdoor Toys for Toddlers & Preschoolers
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Sand Play Tanker Truck
Shake up the sandbox with the Sand Play Tanker Truck from HABA! This awesome sand toy is good for transporting and spouting water for all of your sand creations! Includes a removable filling funnel. Perfect for ages 18 months and up.
GeoSafari® Jr. Bug Vac ‘n’ View™
The NEW GeoSafari® Jr. Bug Vac ‘n’ View™ is an all-in-one bug vacuum packed with all the tools little explorers need to collect bugs in their natural habitat and view the fascinating insects up close. Features include an easy-carry handle, 2 Critter collection chambers with air holes and magnifiers, and a bug booklet for even more fun discoveries. Encourages outdoor exploration for ages 4-7 years.
Cotton Canvas Jumping Sacks!
Hop away in Pacific Play Tent’s Cotton Canvas Jumping Sacks! Each sack features a gigantic colored pocket with a smaller plastic sleeve that enables the participants to label it or use for storage. With super reinforced stitching, long handles and flat bottoms, these sacks are built to last race after race. How perfect are these for family parties? For ages 3-8 years.
No batteries needed for this kid-controlled Solar Rover by Educational Insights. Harness the power of the sun by casting shadows on the solar panels to make the rover drive, turn, and stop. Comes with an activity guide and three training course cones to create a rover challenge course. This makes a great toy for helping teach kids about energy conservation!
So which of these is my favorite? I have to say the Jumping Sacks! They’re such a simple concept, yet I can see them really getting kids excited about being more active.