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Step2 Duck Pond Water Table
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- Pond-themed table includes 2 decorated ducks and a frog squirter
- Send the ducks down the slide or leave them high and dry under the slide tower
- Launch the frog off the side flipper and into the pond
- Crank up the fun by turning the center spinner and getting the water swirling
- Scoop and strain the water with the cat tail scoop
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Send the ducks down the slide or leave them high and dry under the slide tower. Launch the frog off the side flipper and into the pond. Crank up the fun by turning the center spinner and getting the water flowing.
From the manufacturer
A Splash of Fun
With the Step2 Duck Pond water table, your kids can get the water swirling using the center spinner. It includes two rubber ducks, a squirting frog, and a scooper. The side flipper lets your kids launch the frog into the pond for a good time.
- Weight: 4.3 Kg
- Material: Plastic
- Dimensions: 24.5 x 31.5 x 31.5 cm
Easy to Manage
The Step2 water table is designed to hold up to four gallons or 15L of water and is suitable for outdoor play during summers. It also has a drain plug for hassle free draining and does not require much assistance for assembly.
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The spinner is a little troublesome for my toddler at the moment just because she can't reach it very well. She can grasp the handle - just not reach far enough to fully spin it - so she swings it back and forth instead. What I didn't think about was her older brother with it. He can, of course, spin it and prefers to at full speed so instead of a "lazy river" we end up with a full blown tidal pool!
The two included ducks are nice & large. Both have fun, bright detailing. I do wish they were solid instead of having a small hole in the bottom. This is one of the reasons I rated the table 4 stars instead of 5. If I had paid attention to their construction before putting the ducks in the water, I might have tried filling the hold with hot glue as I've seen suggested by other parents for similar water toys to help prevent water from getting inside the ducks. Two reasons for this - 1) to prevent any mold growth and 2) when the ducks do take on water, they tip and float sideways in the water. Not a huge issue, but still. Solid plastic would have been a better design.
The frog is cute and also has a hole as it's designed as a squirter. Place it on the little leaf flipper attachment to gently flip him into the pool. This had my toddler in a fit of laughter as she sent the frog flying over and over again. The simple cat tail scoop is a huge hit with her too. Amazing how entertaining it is to a toddler to scoop water and watch it drain over & over again.
This is a very nice water table. Nothing too fancy, but plenty to entertain with. Both of my kids have played with it quite a bit and I'm sure it will get plenty of use over the summer. I would recommend. There is another version of this table if your child is a big Dory & Nemo fan: Step2 Finding Dory Swim & Swirl Water Table.
My favorite part about this table is the size; I wanted a round one to take up less room on our front porch and this one is perfect size for that. I would say 3 kids can play at it comfortably, anymore than that would be too crowded in my opinion. This size is perfect for us.
I wanted a water table for my almost 1 year old. But, I also wanted my 4.5 year old to be able to enjoy it if he wanted. I was worried this would be way to small for him but he plays at it just fine. It's the perfect height for him to either bend slightly, kneel on his knees, or sit on a child size chair. He definitely can make himself comfortable at it and, for now, it keeps him entertained quite well.
Both my toddler and preschooler love the accessories (the ducks and the frog) but the features on this are kind of disappointing...
what I don't like:
One of the main reasons I went with this table was the cute slide and the fact that you can "spin" the water around. Neither of these were worth it.
I expected the slide to actually be slippery enough for the ducks to..well..slide. It's made of textured plastic so unless you physically push them all the way down, they don't slide. Neither of my kids had any interest in the slide after trying it once.
As for the "spinny" thing. The table has to be filled clear to the brim for this to be "effective" because it has to be completely submerged. Well, instead of spinning the water to create a flow, it splashes a bunch of the water out of the table until the water is too shallow for it too work anymore. My kids didnt use this particular feature more than once either.
My kids had fun with the table itself and it's really cute. If I could do it again, however, I would get a different table. I really wanted one with a lid but I went with this one for the "features" which were a disappointment.
Not an engineer type so this solution/approach didn't come to me naturally. Posting for folks like me.
My 3.5 YO twins love this thing so I'm glad I'm not returning it.