Little Tikes Fish ‘N Splash Water Table Review

Little Tikes Fish ‘N Splash Water Table Review
Little Tikes Fish ‘N Splash Water Table Review
Disclosure: I received my Little Tikes Fish ‘N Splash Water Table for free with the understanding that I would review it here. All of the words and opinions in this review are mine, however, and have not been biased in any way.

Summer comes early in these parts and sticks around long past it’s welcome. It’s not uncommon for temperatures to be in the hundreds for long stretches and when that happens, the best thing to do is to partake in a water activity.

When you’re an adult, the possibilities are endless and oftentimes involve alcohol and gasoline (aka beer and boats). When you’re a baby, however, there are many limitations to what you can do. Since most people frown upon letting a 14 month old power his own jet ski, I was super stoked when Little Tikes sent us a water table to play with.

Because this would not have ended well

Because this would not have ended well

With help from the little dude, unpacking the water table was a breeze. We got everything sorted out and ready for assembly.

Alright pops, turn on the hose and let's party

Alright pops, turn on the hose and let’s party

Putting it together took no more than five minutes and while this seems very fast, it must’ve felt like three and a half eternities to a baby. The little man was in his bathing suit and ready to rock. He kept coming over to check on my progress and to offer his advice, which consisted entirely of him telling me to be done already.

Once I had it together, mama started filling it up with water. I could try to explain all the features and attempt to put the fun into words, but I think these photos do a better job than I ever could:

Splashing in the Little Tikes Fish ‘N Splash Water Table

Splashing in the Little Tikes Fish ‘N Splash Water Table

Playing with the fishing net, fishing pole and cup

Playing with the fishing net, fishing pole and cup

Watching water come out of the fish bowl

Watching water come out of the fish bowl

Playing with the crab. The set also includes a turtle, a frog and two fish.

Playing with the crab. The set also includes a turtle, a frog and two fish.

More splashing in the Little Tikes Fish ‘N Splash Water Table

More splashing in the Little Tikes Fish ‘N Splash Water Table

The Little Tikes Fish ‘N Splash Water Table was designed for toddlers who are at least 2 years old, but this 14 month old had no problem getting soaked while grinning ear to ear. Here are some key features from the Little Tikes website:

  • No tools required for easy assembly!
  • Water table has fishing and counting play
  • Water table help teach fine motor skills
  • Kids can fill the fish bowl with water and watch it come splashing down
  • Holds seven gallons of water (not included)
  • Plastic accessories include a fishing pole, a fishing “net”, a cup, a turtle, a crab, a frog and 2 fish

Overall, the Little Tikes Fish ‘N Splash Water Table is a well-made and durable toy. It’s a great way to keep cool while developing eye-hand coordination and other fine motor skills. The little dude has a blast every time he plays with it and it’s cool to see him figure out new things each time.

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Our Rating

10 Quality of Product

8 Value

8 Dad Essentialness

10 Little Dude's Score

Overall, the Little Tikes Fish ‘N Splash Water Table is a well-made and durable toy. It's a great way to keep cool while developing eye-hand coordination and other fine motor skills.

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