From water toys to table tennis, ABC News contributor Becky Worley picked out the best toys to keep your kids having the time of their lives this summer.
When it comes to sprinkles, the crazier the better for kids.
For the little ones, try the "Blossom Bright Sprinkler" or "Grub Scouts Sprinkler" from the brand Melissa & Doug for a cool $19.99.
More ballistic models with crazy arms that spray water entertain slightly older kids. The "Geyser Blast Sprinkler" by Banzai for $33 is a good bet.
|Wildy and Wacky Goggles|
Speedo's Neonwonders Goggles make kids smile with their bright colors and fun shapes and keep their eyes chlorine-free in the water, all for $13.99.
Stearns Puddle Jumpers, $21, snap in the back, come in different themes and patterns and are Coast Guard certified.
|Waboba Extreme Water Bouncing Ball|
This ball, made of some space-age polymers, is perfect for 10-year-olds hanging out by the pool or lake. The ball floats, bounces on water and only costs $11.
|Sportcraft Anywhere Table Tennis|
For just $24, turn any table into a makeshift ping-pong table with the "Sportcraft Anywhere Table Tennis" set. A rousing ping-pong rivalry could chew up a little summer down time.
|Grown-Up Water Toys|
Portopong, an inflatable table/raft designed for adult games of beerpong, let's you take the game with you into the pool or lake for $49.99.
Waterproof camera: Models on Amazon.com retail for under $160 and let you go underwater and take great photos of your kids.