One of the things we look forward to most in summer is to go to the beach! There, we can enjoy the water, the beach, the waves, and enjoy a relaxing and happy family time with our children. We made a list to Help you remember all beach bag essentials.
First you need a lovely Neoprene Bags for your children,3D cute animal cartoon style design with soft neoprene and superior lining, maybe a good choice. So what do you put in kids beach bags? Sun Tent: When you have kids, a sun tent on the beach is really important. Whether you have a sleeping baby or a toddler, or a child who needs a little shade, this is the perfect place. It's shaded from the sun and wind, and this one actually has a removable floor so you can dig in the sand while you're shaded!
Beach Blanket: Made of durable parachute material with sand anchors to hold it in place, the Beach Blanket* reduces the sandiness of towels and provides a larger resting space for the kids. It also contains less sand than a towel and is easy to shake off before going home. Baby powder: No trip to the beach is complete without baby powder, and it's one of my top beach essentials! It easily removes sand from baby's bottom when you need to change, or from older kids' toes, feet, legs and arms (and anywhere else). Baby Wipes: This is another one of our beach day essentials that makes life easier. We use unscented wipes like these so we don't attract bugs. They're great for washing your hands before snacking, wiping off sunscreen before heading home, and washing your hands after a bathroom break (it's hard to find soap at the beach)!
Sunglasses or hats: Squinting in the sun can cause headaches, even for little kids! But when this happens, they get cranky. They don't know how to explain their headache. Bring sunglasses, or wear a hat to protect your eyes and delicate face from strong sunlight. Flip-flops or water shoes: I prefer sturdy children's water shoes. They protect little feet and protect them better than flip-flops. You can easily rinse or wash off the sand with the hose. Change of clothes: I always put them in a separate bag so they don't get sandy during the day!
It's certainly nice not to wear wet, sandy clothes home - even a few miles back to the vacation house. Beach toys: We always pack our beach toys in a mesh bag* so they can be easily shaken out of the dry sand. We can also bring a garden hose into the bag to remove most of the sand. Mesh bags allow toys to dry without mold. Water: Sun, heat and activity means kids need to drink water often. We usually add insulated water bottles to our family beach bag, but coolers and cups can work too! Better yet, carry an insulated cooler bag* full of drinks to make sure everyone drinks enough! Some food and snacks: When your child is tired and ready for a break from playing, eat something to refuel. Add healthy snacks to your beach bag list to keep the kids energized throughout the day. A garbage bag: A day at the beach is great. Filling the back end of the car with sand is not. Tuck a trash bag inside your beach bag and fill it with beach towels and toys to take home. This will keep the sand out of your car! When packing for the beach, choose the beach bag that best suits your needs. Be sure to include all the beach bag essentials, like those on our list, and have a great day at the beach.