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School's out, and suddenly children are everywhere. Feeding, clothing, and entertaining these hyper creatures can cost a fortune. But these five Editors' Choice deals offer some affordable finds for your young ones. Snag $14 off organic fruit snacks, or get an all-time low on a water slide/pool combo.
Is It Worth It?: You might not want to entrust your little one with a $600 iPad Air (or a $1,000 Surface Pro 3), but this educational tablet will provide your child with plenty of age-appropriate content and games — and it won't break the bank when it gets thrown crashing down the stairs.
The Vtech InnoTab 3S features a 5" color touchscreen, 4GB built-in memory, microSD card slot, 2-megapixel camera, and support for MP3s and videos. The bundle also "comes pre-loaded with 20 apps and 2 Disney Fairies games, plus a Fairies storage case, wrist strap and charm."
Is It Worth It?: Everyone knows food is just better when it's shaped like a critter. (See also: animal crackers.) These snacks bring the fun with bunny shapes, while the vegan recipe is gelatin-, fat-, and gluten-free, and contains no artificial coloring, which will leave lots of moms and dads happy too.
Use Subscribe & Save to bag this low price and free shipping, but remember to cancel afterwards or you'll be billed for subsequent shipments.
Is It Worth It?: The dog days of summer are here, and running through the sprinkler is so 20th century. Help your kids cool off with this full scale water slide and wading pool, which ties for the lowest price we've seen, using coupon code "ShopNow."
The Banzai Slide n' Soak features an over-head sprinkler, water-blasting arch, water slide, and pool.
Is It Worth It?: In our day, action figures "interacted" with each other by smashing together until the Ninja Turtles were declared winners over the G.I. Joes. But today, they can interact with gaming consoles to actually affect gameplay.
That's exactly what these Skylanders Swap Force Characters do. But at $2.96 apiece, they can easily make good playthings even without a gaming console or the "portal" needed to play the video game.
Is It Worth It?: Keeping your kids entertained isn't always about water slides and gummy snacks. When their toes are sticking out of the holes in their old socks, they're less likely to want to go running around outside to blow off some steam. Plus, these socks are made to look cool with your hip daughter's Chuck Taylors.
These Converse girls socks are available in Multi Stripes or black, in fitting girls size feet 6 through 8.5.