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Play mini golf at home! Make your own golf course using Crayola Sidewalk Chalk and lots of your imagination.
With an adult, choose a large, safe outdoor area to design your golf course. Choose an exciting theme—such as wild animals, outer space adventures, or a submarine visit to the ocean depths.
Decide how many playing holes you will have and where will they be located. Make your holes as easy or as tricky as you like. Use a Crayola Chalk ‘n Roll™ to lay out boundaries, paths between holes, and decorative borders.
Crayola Chalk Tools and Sidewalk Stencils are great for adding details and patterns to make each hole unique and challenging. Make up fun names for each hole, and write their names and numbers on the course.
For golf clubs, you could use a broom, a plastic bat, or a toy hockey stick. For balls, you could decorate a small recycled box or wood scrap with markers, use a plastic jar lid, or a cloth-covered foam ball. Be inventive with the equipment, depending on
Have fun using your imagination to create the most exciting mini golf course you can dream up!
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