Plane-themed floats from Fun BoyIt’s hard to believe, but some kids are going back to school in just a week or two. But summer isn’t over yet. If you’re going on one last vacation, or if you live in a place where the summer heat isn’t going anywhere soon (like here in Southern California), grab one of Fun Boy’s fun floats and head for the water. These themed floats can be used in the pool or the ocean. (For the latter, you’ll want to make sure you don’t fall asleep or go near reefs and rocks.)

There are a variety of Fun Boy floats to choose from, but obviously my favorites are the plane-themed floats. There’s one for adults (14+) with a 200-pound weight limit for $99 and one for children under four sold by HSOMiD for $19.99. (Obviously, kids need to be supervised at all times in a pool or tub, regardless of whether they’re on a float or not.)

Related: How to Make a Safe Kiddie Pool at the Beach

 

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