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Throw Ping-Pong balls at a colorful bulls eye to score points! This game hits the spot for colorful indoor fun.
When you make your own games, you get to set the rules, choose the colors, and decide how difficult it will be to play. This aiming game is fun, indoors or out!
To make your bulls-eye target, draw several concentric circles with a compass or circular household objects on sturdy cardboard with Crayola Twistables®. Mark a numerical value for each band with the highest amount in the center circle. Color each band with a unique color or design. Decorate the Ping-Pong balls with, too.
Cut self-adhesive fastener tape into small squares. Stick them on your target. (The more you use, the easier it will be to earn points.) Cut thin strips of the other side of the fastener tape and stick them on the balls. You can color the tape, too. Lean your target against a wall and take aim!
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Paint a giant flower and hive on which the Queen Bee and her Workers play. This fun-filled game combines tag, follow the
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Ready to play Hopscotch with a new twist? Try El Peregrino (The Wanderer), a version of this popular game played in Pana
Bounce your ball in a colorful Four Square grid! Crayola Sidewalk Paints add a new look to this favorite, challenging ga
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Imagine you are a Lenape boy learning how to hunt wild turkey. What would you use? A bolo you made yourself, of course!
Made a bright and bold chart to help keep your family chores organized!
Your young party-planners prepare this crayon-eating crocodile a day or two ahead. This updated version of Drop the Clot