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Hugo's Kids Club

Hugo's Kids


Hi Everyone!

Wild Water Kingdom is proud to bring you an Official Kids Club. The Wild Water Kingdom Kids Club caters to children of all ages. We've got lots of fun and entertaining activities going on to keep kids busy such as word searches, summertime recipes and all kinds of exciting stuff!

Take a break from your day and join Hugo on a mini internet vacation!


Hugo's Water Safety

Hugo’s Water Safety


is for STEPPING into the water. NEVER jump or dive!

is for AWARENESS, be aware of your surroundings!

F is for FOLLOWING the RULES! You must follow the lifeguard's or ride operator's instructions ALL THE TIME!!

E is for ENJOYING YOURSELF, remember today is a day to enjoy and have FUN in the SUN!

T is TELL A SUPERVISOR; remember to always tell a supervisor where you are!

Y is for YOU, you should always go down a water slide, face up and feet first. This is the safest way to go down a slide.

Hugo's Incredible Fill in the Blank Challenge

Where does everyone want to go to have

fun this summer?

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Hint: Put all of the missing letters together

Hugo's Awesome Crafts for Home

Coconut Tree Paper Craft

What You Need

  1. Printer
  2. Paper
  3. Scissors
  4. Glue
  5. Something to color with: markers, crayons, etc.

What You Do

Print out the template

Colour and cut the template pieces out

Take the trunk of the coconut tree and glue it onto to a piece of paper – This will be the background colour

Glue the leaves onto the trunk

Glue the coconuts onto the leaves

Congratulations you have successfully created a Coconut Tree Paper Craft!

Hawaiian Lei

What You Need

  1. String or wool
  2. Coloured straws cut up into 2 inch lengths or coloured pasta (macaroni)
  3. Paper
  4. Printer
  5. Scissors
  6. Hole punch (or just use scissors)
  7. OPTIONAL: beads


What You Do

Print out the template

Cut out the template pieces (can be pre-done)

Poke a hole in the middle of each flower

Thread one flower, one straw, one flower, one straw, etc onto the string.  You can also add beads to the pattern.  Continue this pattern to a length of around 2 feet.

Tie the ends of the string together to make a necklace.  Ask a guardian to help you put the lei on.

Congratulations you have successfully created a Hawaiian Lei!



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