The heat pouring down from the sky can effectively make your desired outdoor recreation miserable. The heat wave, which we will certainly have to deal with this summer, will force us to look for proven ways to cool down.
Every child loves to play in the backyard. During the hottest days of July or August, however, this can be severely hampered. No wonder – the scorching heat can be dangerous for the human body, so it is worth remembering to hydrate and frequently cool down the body. Ingenious parents can organize a number of interesting water games, using the existing infrastructure in the garden
The youngest will be very excited to know that there are new water games waiting for them, organized for the purpose of effective cooling down. This is a fun activity that will keep children safely entertained for hours, even during a hot day. However, this does not mean that adults cannot take part in funny water games, organized in the backyard, garden, or recreational plot. What if we combine business with pleasure, and these methods will serve us not only as effective techniques for cooling off, but also as a way to have fun with children? It can be a lot of fun!
A beach ball, a piece of ribbon and a garden hose. These three items can guarantee a lot of fun for parents and children. The fun is to draw a finish line and place two beach balls in starting positions. Using a stream of water, the team will have to roll the ball over the end ribbon. The team that does it faster wins. This game can be modified slightly and the two teams can be placed on opposite sides of the lawn. In this case, it will be a kind of water tug-of-war, involving rolling the ball behind one of the designated borders, closer to the opponent.
Water Limbo is another fun activity that adults can also enjoy! The game involves setting up a garden hose that will release a stream of water horizontally. It has to be secured in such a way that its position can be modified at any time. The water bar will have to be crossed by the participants, and the one who stays dry the longest will win.