Intex Mandarin Swim Center Family Pool, 90" x 58" x 18", for Ages 3+
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- Constructed from durable 13 gauge vinyl
- Colorful 2-ring design
- Includes a Repair Patch and Drain Plug
- Capacity: 13" of wall height: 137gal
- Dimensions: 90" x 58" x 18"
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|Family Swim Center||Seashore Swim Center||Mandarin Swim Center||Pinwheel Swim Center||Beach Wave Swim Center||Family Swim Center|
|Inflated Dimensions (L x W x H):||103in x 69in x 22in||103in x 63in x 18in||90in x 58in x 18in||90in x 90in x 22in||90in x 90in x 22in||120in x 72in x 22in|
|Water Depth (in):||14.5in||12in||13in||11.5in||13in||13in|
|Water Capacity (gal):||198 gallons||169 gallons||137 gallons||182 gallons||330 gallons||269 gallons|
|Other Features:||Deepest water depth||Fun summer beach graphics||Uses the least amount of water||See-through side walls||Most capacity||Classic color combination|
Enjoy a day of splashing and fun with the Intex Mandarin Swim Center Family Pool! The bright, fun orange sidewalls create a relaxing atmosphere for lounging in the sun. Perfect for adults and kids, the whole family can have fun.
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|Color||Orange/White||Beige||Color May Vary||45" Blue||Blue & White||Round|
|Item Dimensions||90 x 58 x 18 in||103 x 63 x 18 in||18.19 x 16.3 x 4.8 in||45 x 33 x 14 in||118 x 72.5 x 20 in||9.63 x 3.75 x 9 in|
|Item Weight||1 lb||0.04 ounces||13.89 lbs||2.9 lbs||—||0.04 ounces|
|Material Type||—||Plastic||—||vinyl||Phthalate and Lead Free PVC||Heavy duty pvc construction|
|Size||8"||151 gal.||8"||45"||118" X 72" X 20"||58"x13" (Frustration Free Packaging)|
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In short: Ball Pits are a great therapy tool! The visual, auditory and tactile sensory stimuli and the proprioceptive feedback builds confidence and strengthens motor skills during occupational therapy. Using balls of multiple colors can help with visual sensory stimulus and they can be used to build early speech skills like color identification, counting and more. If properly padded and filled with crush-resistant balls, they can be great for deep pressure and vestibular activities (kids love to throw themselves into a sea of colors).
Using an inflatable pool means that you don't need this to be out all of time, it is soft and provides a decent cushion on the sides (we put a thick therapy pad under ours to protect kids who like to dive in). It is also easy to clean the pool and the balls all at once. Plus this can be used as a ball pit, put a duvet full of pillows and its a crash pad, fill it with water or sand, foam, goop, etc. There are loads of options to use this for.
Activities and games can also be created based on the child's age and goals. For example, one game we play a lot is a sort of tiny basketball. A therapist can ask the child to find a red ball and then a blue ball and shoot them into a hoop. Doing this works on color identification (as I mentioned before), receptive language, multi-step directions, and the fine motor skills of finding and grasping the ball, motor planning to throw the ball into the hoop, and so on.
To sum it up: They are fun, great for sensory and body awareness therapies, and I had this deep personal bias that it would just be so gosh darn fun to have one, even if just a temporary one to pull out as needed.
It cost us $37.99 and measures in at 90x 58 inches, which was a perfect size for the space beside one of our climbing towers/rope tree and the wall. If it ever gets a hole in it or gets damaged (which one has), I am not heartbroken, after all, it cost less than $40 and is easily replaced.
We blow ours up with the tiny electric air pump that we use on all of our inflatable therapy tools (peanuts and yoga and therapy balls). It is the same kind used for camping/air mattresses and works like a charm It is tough to blow up without this, so I definitely recommend picking one up if you don't have one!
There is a cap in the bottom that allows you to fill it up with water and then simply open the bottom valve piece to drain it later. We use this for balls, water, and sand play but you could fill it with foam or goop for another sensory-fun option.
I am still rating this as 5 stars though we have had to buy two. The first one we bought ripped along an inner seam (due to some of our rowdier kiddos) and was not fixable due to the location. Mind you, this was after month and months of constant daily abuse by multiple kids from age 3 to 12 all jumping off of, diving into, thrashing around, and generally having a good time with it.