Splash! w/Snow Lotus

#TheSnowLotus #MyDiscoveryDestination

Pre-K Adventure

 

What’s summer without splash pads!?!  Snow Lotus thinks splash pads and artisan ribbon ice are both summer basics, so that makes for a good match! They are sponsoring one of our favorite summer Adventures — exploring local splash pads!! You can go with or without a plate of artisan ribbon ice, although WITH is definitely more tasty!

 

Do you know where all of the splash pads are in Cache Valley?  How many have you been to?

 

For this Adventure you will check out all of the Cache Valley Splash pads (or just as many as you can!)  Seriously– you can go to whichever splash pads work for you. We just thought it would be fun to list all of the local splash pads here so everyone knows where they are, and encourage you to go at least once!  And choose one of the fun games below to play.

 

Of course, for anyone who actually DOES visit every splash pad in Cache County there ought to be a really SPLASHY prize– right?  Not to mention be featured in the facebook group. So if any of you out there get really ambitious about this and really DO visit every splash pad be sure to take a photo at each one, and email the pics to MyDiscoveryDestination@gmail.com.  We’ll be sure to have something extra special for you!

 

Here is a list of what we have in Cache Valley:

  • Mountain View Park, North Logan (1100 East 2100 North, North Logan)
  • Elk Ridge Park, North Logan (1190 East 2500 North, North Logan)
  • Alma Leonhardt Park, Providence (Homestead Court, Providence)
  • South Park, Millville (450 East 300 South, Millville)
  • Salt Hollow Park, Hyrum (350 W 100 N, Hyrum)
  • Black Smith Fork Park, Hyrum (176 S 1300 E, Hyrum)
  • Wellsville Splash Pad (75 East, 100 South, Wellsville)
  • Smithfield Splash Pad (100 N 100 W, Smithfield)

 

Here are some fun games to play at the splash pad. The ability to play the games may depend on the layout and type of splash pad.

 

1. Musical Chairs – Splash Pad Style
Have the kids line up along each of the spouts. When water shoots from the spout, that child is out of the game. The goal of the game is to stay on the splash pad as long as possible. Beware! Sometimes all the spouts will shoot up at once.

 

2. Fill the Cup
Have the children take empty cups, bowls, or container. Whoever can fill their cup up with water first wins. The oscillating, random feature of the portable splash pad will keep the kids guessing as they try to guess which spout will shoot water out next!

 

3. Stay on the Splash Pad
Have all participants stay on the Splash Pad. The goal is to stay on the splash pad without getting hit by the water. Kids must try to not get wet, but also stay on the Splash Pad.  Put about a 1 – 3 minute time limit for some quick, easy fun.

Basic Adventure

 

What’s summer without splash pads!?!  Snow Lotus thinks splash pads and artisan ribbon ice are both summer basics, so that makes for a good match! They are sponsoring one of our favorite summer Adventures — exploring local splash pads!! You can go with or without a plate of artisan ribbon ice, although WITH is definitely more tasty!

 

Do you know where all of the splash pads are in Cache Valley?  How many have you been to?

 

For this Adventure you will check out all of the Cache Valley Splash pads (or just as many as you can!)  Seriously– you can go to whichever splash pads work for you. We just thought it would be fun to list all of the local splash pads here so everyone knows where they are, and encourage you to go at least once!  And choose one of the fun games below to play.

 

Of course, for anyone who actually DOES visit every splash pad in Cache County there ought to be a really SPLASHY prize– right?  Not to mention be featured in the facebook group. So if any of you out there get really ambitious about this and really DO visit every splash pad be sure to take a photo at each one, and email the pics to MyDiscoveryDestination@gmail.com.  We’ll be sure to have something extra special for you!

 

Here is a list of what we have in Cache Valley:

  • Mountain View Park, North Logan (1100 East 2100 North, North Logan)
  • Elk Ridge Park, North Logan (1190 East 2500 North, North Logan)
  • Alma Leonhardt Park, Providence (Homestead Court, Providence)
  • South Park, Millville (450 East 300 South, Millville)
  • Salt Hollow Park, Hyrum (350 W 100 N, Hyrum)
  • Black Smith Fork Park, Hyrum (176 S 1300 E, Hyrum)
  • Wellsville Splash Pad (75 East, 100 South, Wellsville)
  • Smithfield Splash Pad (100 N 100 W, Smithfield)

 

Here are some fun games to play at the splash pad. The ability to play the games may depend on the layout and type of splash pad.

 

1. Musical Chairs – Splash Pad Style
Have the kids line up along each of the spouts. When water shoots from the spout, that child is out of the game. The goal of the game is to stay on the splash pad as long as possible. Beware! Sometimes all the spouts will shoot up at once.

 

2. Fill the Cup
Have the children take empty cups, bowls, or container. Whoever can fill their cup up with water first wins. The oscillating, random feature of the portable splash pad will keep the kids guessing as they try to guess which spout will shoot water out next!

 

3. Stay on the Splash Pad
Have all participants stay on the Splash Pad. The goal is to stay on the splash pad without getting hit by the water. Kids must try to not get wet, but also stay on the Splash Pad.  Put about a 1 – 3 minute time limit for some quick, easy fun.

Super Achiever Adventure

Super Achievers will have some game ideas of their own, and will also want to help promote safety.  Organize a group trip to the Splash pad where you can teach your games and safety tips to others in the group.

 

Here are a couple of rules to remember:

 

  • Keep an eye on small kids to make sure they are safe and don’t get fun over by bigger kids.
  • No running, rough-housing or jumping in the splash pad area.
  • Make sure the splash pad that you use treats the water to keep it safe for everyone to enjoy. Untreated water can lead to illness.
  • Bring lots of water to drink. Active kids need a lot of water on a hot day.
  • Do not to drink the water!
  • Use the bathroom frequently. Little ones should change soiled diapers immediately to cut down on the risk of contamination.
  • Use a chemical free sunscreen and re-apply often.

 

Have FUN!

Teen Adventure

 

What’s summer without splash pads!?!  Snow Lotus thinks splash pads and artisan ribbon ice are both summer basics, so that makes for a good match! They are sponsoring one of our favorite summer Adventures — exploring local splash pads!! You can go with or without a plate of artisan ribbon ice, although WITH is definitely more tasty!

 

Do you know where all of the splash pads are in Cache Valley?  How many have you been to?

 

For this Adventure you will check out all of the Cache Valley Splash pads (or just as many as you can!)  Seriously– you can go to whichever splash pads work for you. We just thought it would be fun to list all of the local splash pads here so everyone knows where they are, and encourage you to go at least once!  And choose one of the fun games below to play.

 

Of course, for anyone who actually DOES visit every splash pad in Cache County there ought to be a really SPLASHY prize– right?  Not to mention be featured in the facebook group. So if any of you out there get really ambitious about this and really DO visit every splash pad be sure to take a photo at each one, and email the pics to MyDiscoveryDestination@gmail.com.  We’ll be sure to have something extra special for you!

 

Here is a list of what we have in Cache Valley:

  • Mountain View Park, North Logan (1100 East 2100 North, North Logan)
  • Elk Ridge Park, North Logan (1190 East 2500 North, North Logan)
  • Alma Leonhardt Park, Providence (Homestead Court, Providence)
  • South Park, Millville (450 East 300 South, Millville)
  • Salt Hollow Park, Hyrum (350 W 100 N, Hyrum)
  • Black Smith Fork Park, Hyrum (176 S 1300 E, Hyrum)
  • Wellsville Splash Pad (75 East, 100 South, Wellsville)
  • Smithfield Splash Pad (100 N 100 W, Smithfield)

 

Here are some fun games to play at the splash pad. The ability to play the games may depend on the layout and type of splash pad.

 

1. Musical Chairs – Splash Pad Style
Have the kids line up along each of the spouts. When water shoots from the spout, that child is out of the game. The goal of the game is to stay on the splash pad as long as possible. Beware! Sometimes all the spouts will shoot up at once.

 

2. Fill the Cup
Have the children take empty cups, bowls, or container. Whoever can fill their cup up with water first wins. The oscillating, random feature of the portable splash pad will keep the kids guessing as they try to guess which spout will shoot water out next!

 

3. Stay on the Splash Pad
Have all participants stay on the Splash Pad. The goal is to stay on the splash pad without getting hit by the water. Kids must try to not get wet, but also stay on the Splash Pad.  Put about a 1 – 3 minute time limit for some quick, easy fun.

Photo Location

Take a picture of you splashing around at the splash pad and post it to your social media sites with the hashtags #TheSnowLotus and #MyDiscoveryDestination. You can come get your stamp from us at the Snow Lotus shack located in front of the Cache Valley Mall. We'll post here when the stamp is available.

This Adventure is Sponsored By

Snow Lotus

 

Derived from authentic Taiwanese snow ice, Snow Lotus brings you a frozen dessert that is as delicious as it is beautiful.

 

 

 

Get More Information on our Website: https://www.facebook.com/thesnowlotus/