Yookidoo Ball Blaster Water Cannon

Regular Price
$32.99
Sale Price
$32.99
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Web Orders

When you place an order with us, you will automatically receive and email notification verifying your purchase. If there is a problem with your order, we will contact you as soon as possible.

Shipping cost for furniture orders will be assessed based on # of pieces purchased and distance.  We will do our best to get you the best rate possible and email it to you within 48 hours. Once you have paid your shipping if you choose to cancel your order there will be a 3% fee to cover the credit card charges both for the furniture order and the shipping cost.

For out of stock items, we will email you with the estimated ship date.  From there you can decide if you would like to wait or cancel your order.  If you choose to proceed with your order it will be deemed a special order and cannot be canceled after we have secured the goods for you.  

Pre-Orders and Speical Orders will be fufilled in the order they are recieved.  Items that are held to ship all at once cannot be cancled.  These are a final sale. Once a pre-ordered item has been invoiced to us it can no longer be canceled  it will be shipped as soon as it arrives  

Please contact us if you experience any shipping delay or if you do not receive your order confirmation or tracking information promptly.

Phone Orders

If you do not wish to send your credit card information via our secure server, we would be happy to process your order over the phone. Just call us at 940-766-1234.

Method of Payment

Currently we accept Visa, MasterCard, Discover and American Express using our secure server to ensure your privacy and security.

Sales Tax

If your order is shipped to an address in California, Texas or Oklahoma applicable sales taxes will be added to your order.

Returns

You have 10 days from the date of invoice to return your purchase. The returned item(s) must be unused and in original condition, with the original package. All documentation, parts and accessories must be included to ensure full credit. NO full refunds, store credit or exchange only.

No refunds will be issued on items that are refused or returned to sender.  If your item requires signature most freight carriers will make 3 attempts.  It is your responsibility to connect with them to receive your product.  If it is not signed for and retuned to us you will be responsible for the additional costs and a store credit is pending an investigation. 

We can not accept returns on items that appear to have been used, are soiled or appear to have been washed, or that have been damaged due to misuse or mishandling. Personalized items and personal care items such as breast pumps, breastfeeding accessories and undergarments are a final sale and can not be returned.

Please send returns via UPS or insured Parcel Post to:

StorkLand
3004 Kemp Blvd
Wichta Falls, TX 76308

Please include the original packing slip, a copy of the sales receipt and return authorization form.

Return shipping charges are the responsibility of the customer. Shipping charges will be refunded only in the event the product is defective or shipped in error.

In store credit and gift cards redeemed in store only.

Defective Items

Please contact us within 10 days of the date of invoice if your purchase is defective. All products are covered under the manufacturer's warranty. 

Damaged Items

If your order arrives at your door damaged, broken or defective, we will either replace the broken parts if possible or ship out a new one at our discretion and at our expense. Please be sure to inspect your item(s) carefully for any concealed damage.

Contact StorkLand within 7 business days of the delivery date to report the damage. Please email pictures showing issues to storkland@storkland.com. Please be sure to have information such as model number, serial number, date of manufacture and any part numbers available. We will not be able to replace damaged merchandise if we are not notified within 7 business days of the delivery date. This applies to canceling and returning a damaged item as well.

Requests for replacement parts will be processed as quickly as possible. Please note that we are not able to express ship replacement pieces.

Order Cancellations

If you wish to cancel your order, please call us as soon as possible. If your order is a "special Order" or and Order that we did not have instock but we have aquired for you...this order cannot be canceled once we (StorkLand) has been invoiced.  If your order has already shipped, our normal return policy will apply.

Details

Load the cannon ball and blast it through the hoop or shoot out a water stream. Bath time will be a blast from now on with a circus cannon coming to life that’s just right for the tub. Ready, aim, splash

  • Attach the cannon to the bottom of the tub and the target hoop to the bottom or side. Place the target at a distance from the cannon.

  • Load one of the five balls inside the cannon, aim towards the target, and fire!

  • Using the power of water, the ball can fly and shoot to a distance of over 3 feet (more than 1 meter)!

  • Have fun swiveling the cannon from side to side and up and down, and firing in different directions.

  • Change the height of the cannon by raising or lowering it.

  • Refine hand-eye coordination, and adjust the challenge by extending or shortening the target leg.

  • Play with the cannon in the tub or outside in the pool.

  • When play is done, place the balls in the storage net so they can dry out.

Knowledge Acquisition

Shooting the cannon, your child begins to see that there is a range in force and in their own strength. Different applications of force end in different results. They witness the use of waterpower and start to understand pointing and directing as they aim the cannon at the target. The toy’s built-in stages and repetition activate the feedback and feed-forward mechanism in the brain, leading to training and improving cognitive abilities.

Learning skills

Your child learns problem solving as they play with the cannon. Trial and error with aiming and shooting lets them see that it is okay to fail at first, that success may not come immediately, but only with practice, new learning, and perseverance.

Imagination & Creativity

The water cannon sets a scene of excitement in which your child can participate and even become a character themselves. They can pretend to be a circus clown shooting a cannon and imagine all kinds of stories.

Gross Motor Skills

As your child presses the red button to activate the cannon and thrust the ball out through it with their force, they are exerting big, gross motor movement with their hand. Muscles throughout your child’s whole body are used in running after balls and collecting them, not to mention in throwing up their hands triumphantly after a great shot!

Senses

The challenge of the toy, aiming the cannon, pressing with force, and trying to get the ball through the target is balanced out by the calming and empowering experience of the water.

Coordination

The water cannon supports greater hand-eye coordination as your child learns to aim towards the target, adjust the angle of the target, and press the button to activate the cannon and shoot the balls out through it. A short, hard press and a long, soft press make use of different muscles and affect the ball differently, and your child coordinates the use of both hands together.

Communication

At this stage, your child is no longer solely engaging in parallel play but wants to play with other children. The water cannon can be shared with other children, like siblings in the tub or friends in the baby pool, fostering lively communication.

Confidence

The water cannon challenge raises the bar just enough on achievement along with a great fun of splashing water and shooting balls in the air. Your child does not need easy wins now, but builds confidence at this stage from challenges that encourage just enough growth and progress.

Cooperation

The cannon encourages cooperative play. In the tub or baby pool, with siblings or with friends, they can practice taking turns shooting the five balls. Each child can have a different role in the game, one shoots, and one collects balls. Their natural feelings of wild energy can also be harmlessly validated as they play at shooting the soft balls.

Load the cannon ball and blast it through the hoop or shoot out a water stream. Bath time will be a blast from now on with a circus cannon coming to life that’s just right for the tub. Ready, aim, splash

  • Attach the cannon to the bottom of the tub and the target hoop to the bottom or side. Place the target at a distance from the cannon.

  • Load one of the five balls inside the cannon, aim towards the target, and fire!

  • Using the power of water, the ball can fly and shoot to a distance of over 3 feet (more than 1 meter)!

  • Have fun swiveling the cannon from side to side and up and down, and firing in different directions.

  • Change the height of the cannon by raising or lowering it.

  • Refine hand-eye coordination, and adjust the challenge by extending or shortening the target leg.

  • Play with the cannon in the tub or outside in the pool.

  • When play is done, place the balls in the storage net so they can dry out.

Knowledge Acquisition

Shooting the cannon, your child begins to see that there is a range in force and in their own strength. Different applications of force end in different results. They witness the use of waterpower and start to understand pointing and directing as they aim the cannon at the target. The toy’s built-in stages and repetition activate the feedback and feed-forward mechanism in the brain, leading to training and improving cognitive abilities.

Learning skills

Your child learns problem solving as they play with the cannon. Trial and error with aiming and shooting lets them see that it is okay to fail at first, that success may not come immediately, but only with practice, new learning, and perseverance.

Imagination & Creativity

The water cannon sets a scene of excitement in which your child can participate and even become a character themselves. They can pretend to be a circus clown shooting a cannon and imagine all kinds of stories.

Gross Motor Skills

As your child presses the red button to activate the cannon and thrust the ball out through it with their force, they are exerting big, gross motor movement with their hand. Muscles throughout your child’s whole body are used in running after balls and collecting them, not to mention in throwing up their hands triumphantly after a great shot!

Senses

The challenge of the toy, aiming the cannon, pressing with force, and trying to get the ball through the target is balanced out by the calming and empowering experience of the water.

Coordination

The water cannon supports greater hand-eye coordination as your child learns to aim towards the target, adjust the angle of the target, and press the button to activate the cannon and shoot the balls out through it. A short, hard press and a long, soft press make use of different muscles and affect the ball differently, and your child coordinates the use of both hands together.

Communication

At this stage, your child is no longer solely engaging in parallel play but wants to play with other children. The water cannon can be shared with other children, like siblings in the tub or friends in the baby pool, fostering lively communication.

Confidence

The water cannon challenge raises the bar just enough on achievement along with a great fun of splashing water and shooting balls in the air. Your child does not need easy wins now, but builds confidence at this stage from challenges that encourage just enough growth and progress.

Cooperation

The cannon encourages cooperative play. In the tub or baby pool, with siblings or with friends, they can practice taking turns shooting the five balls. Each child can have a different role in the game, one shoots, and one collects balls. Their natural feelings of wild energy can also be harmlessly validated as they play at shooting the soft balls.