Any handy boy or girl can make this game that can be played with one or more friends, either indoors or outside as well. All that you will need to make this game of skill is a few things from around the house. This is a great arts and crafts project for rainy days or for days that there doesn’t seem to be anything else to do.
How to Make a Ring Toss Throwing Game Crafts Idea for Kids
Crafts Materials Needed:
- cardboard box cover that is at least 14 inches square
- rubber jar rings (inside the lids of many jars such as many baby food jars and on the top of bottles) OR take twist ties and tie them into circles / ovals
- paints, markers, or crayons
- wooden clothespins
Using a single blade of the scissors to cut 9 pairs of slits, close together, ( two for each clothespin), in the cardboard box cover, as in illustration A above.
Number each pair of slits, from 1 to 9, with paints, markers, or crayons. Do not number them in rotation.
Force the prongs of 9 wooden clothespins into the slits in the box cover, as in illustration B above.
How to Play the Ring Toss Game
To play the game, place the box cover on the floor or on the ground, and mark off a “Toss Line” about five feet away. Kneel at the toss line and try to toss a rubber jar ring (or twist tie ring) around the clothespin heads for points. The points scored will depend upon the clothespin ringed. Play with a friend and keep score. High score wins.
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