DIY outdoor games kids, parents will love.
This DIY is a nod to the classic carnival milk bottle ring toss game but with a fun, sparkly spin. It’s easy to make and doesn’t take very long, and with some recycled bottles, it’s super.
The traditional carnival game where the player throws bean bags at stacked metal milk bottles, trying to knock them all down. Tip the Cat- A carnival standard, the player throws wiffle balls or bean bags at the the cat or troll-shaped targets, and tries to tip them. Tip two or three to win. Bottle Ring - In this popular game, the player tosses several rings to get them around the soda bottles.
First, set up the game by filling two of the bottles halfway up with gumballs. Place the neck opening of an empty bottle on top of the neck opening of the one you just filled, and tape them together securely at the necks. Repeat with the second set of bottles. Place the bottle stacks on the table. They should resemble two oversized baby rattles—hence, the name of the game.
Use thick metal wire to hold the hose up and let the kids try and throw rings onto the elephant’s nose. Ping Pong Toss. Collect glass jars and put them all on a table (create spaces between each). Give out little ping-pong balls and see if kids are able to get the balls into the jars. One of the coolest carnival game ideas. Bottle Rings.
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Penny Drop Inexpensive game using a fish tank, jar, water and pennies! Great for an ocean theme party or an outdoor party with carnival style games. MATERIALS - Aquarium, Small glass vase or jar, Water, Pennies INSTRUCTIONS - Fill tank with water. Place jar in tank. Drop pennies and if it goes into the jar, it's a winner. TIPS - Weigh down jar.
Mix equal parts blue acrylic paint with water in a plastic cup (image 2). Repeat this step with red paint. Pour the watered down paint into the bottle, and spin the bottle around to completely cover the inside (images 3 and 4). Pour the excess paint in the bottle back into the plastic cup (image 5). Paint six blue bottles and six red bottles.