Raise your hands in the air, and wave them like you just don’t care.
It doesn’t take much to have a blast with Battat’s B. Woo-Hue Parachute. As long as kids keep their arms up and moving, the good times—and lots of plastic balls—will roll.
The B. Woo-Hue Parachute is 8 feet in diameter, and has twelve woven handles, which leave enough room for six to 12 kids to play together. Each section of the parachute is divided into vibrant colors, including orange, yellow, green, pink, purple, and blue. Additionally, there are a bunch of designs and unique graphics on the parachute. Like all of the products in Battat’s B. line, the Woo-Hue Parachute has a uniquely deep splash of color, which will top off the summer fun.
The nylon material of the parachute makes it waterproof and perfect for pool parties and sprinkler sessions. With that said, insects and summer showers may take a toll on the parachute, so kids should pack away their parachute after use. Luckily, it comes in a plastic, compact carry case so that kids can easily fit it back in the bag when playtime is over.
The parachute comes with an assortment of 15 matching plastic balls, so kids will be able to play with their parachute the traditional way. Once every child grabs a handle on the parachute, they can toss the balls into the center and let them hop around as they move their arms in random motions. Not only will there be lots of laughs, but kids will have to work together in order to keep the balls from spilling over the sides. By doing so, they build team work and communication skills.
Parents no longer need to stress over party plans and games that will captivate kids at the next backyard party. The B. Woo-Hue Parachute comes with a guide that suggests tons of games and fun ways for kids to use the parachute. With more than eight ways to play, backyard fun will never go out of style this summer.
Other innovative ways that Battat suggests kids play with their parachute include games like Making Waves, Mushroom, Popcorn, Parachute Tag, Turtle, Beach-Ball Fun, and Merry-Go-Round. Each of these games are simple, fun, and come with an easy-to-understand explanation. For instance, the Parachute Tag game instructs all players to grab the handles of the parachute and raise them above their heads. The game leader calls out two players names, and these players must then swap places as fast as they can to avoid getting stuck while the stationary players lower the parachute down.
On the other hand, the Turtle game encourages kids to work together in order to reach a common goal. For this game, players pretend that the parachute is the shell of a turtle. Everyone must stand facing outwards, and hold the handles of the parachute in front of them. The game leader does not hold on to any of the handles, but instead stands in the front of the turtle and calls out directions and tasks that kids must execute together in order to move in unison.
Unlike many toys and games that end up collecting dust in the far realms of the garage, Battat’s B. Woo-Hue Parachute offers a ton of ways for kids to play, so that backyard fun remains a hit all summer long.