Bean Bag Bowl Toss If you visit The Dollar Store, you could put this game together for about $5. Make your own point signs for each bowl, and see who can get the most points in just a few turns. You could even make bean bags with dried beans and scraps of fabric.

32 Fun DIY Backyard Games To Play (for kids & adults!)

Bean Bag Bowl Toss If you visit The Dollar Store, you could put this game together for about $5. Make your own point signs for each bowl, and see who can get the most points in just a few turns. You could even make bean bags with dried beans and scraps of fabric.

32 Fun DIY Backyard Games To Play (for kids & adults!)

Scatter balloons around the yard and use swimming noodles cut in two to move as many balloons in the laundry basket as you can in the time allowed. Only the pool noodle can be used and kids will soon realize they have to cooperate to get the balloons in t

Lots of good ideas for a cheep, outdoor birthday party kids would love. House wouldn't get trashed and you wouldn't break the bank.

Lots of good ideas for a cheep, outdoor birthday party kids would love. House wouldn't get trashed and you wouldn't break the bank.

20 Clever Ways to Use a Pool Noodle

20 Clever Ways to Use a Pool Noodle

20 Clever Ways to Use a Pool Noodle... includes indoor and outdoor games and activities, a bike car wash, a water workout, obstacle course, and even a BABY ACTIVITY GYM!!!!... this is great!

Love this! Would b cute to put all of my ( #missyballance ) crafting ideas in a jar, then make em one at a time, and blog about it ;) (just kept what the person before me said b/c that is a great idea!)

Love this! Would b cute to put all of my ( #missyballance ) crafting ideas in a jar, then make em one at a time, and blog about it ;) (just kept what the person before me said b/c that is a great idea!)

First days of school - students measure themselves with yarn, draw a self portrait and write about themselves. Use the yarn to wrap up the self portrait and writing, then give it back to students at the end of the year to show them how much they've "grown."

First days of school - students measure themselves with yarn, draw a self portrait and write about themselves. Use the yarn to wrap up the self portrait and writing, then give it back to students at the end of the year to show them how much they've "grown."

Make a time capsule to open up on the last day of school. I How To Give Your Kid The Best First Day Of School Ever

How To Give Your Kid The Best First Day Of School Ever

Make a time capsule to open up on the last day of school. I How To Give Your Kid The Best First Day Of School Ever

Time capsule: handprint, height measured by yarn, "on my first day" worksheet and self-portrait. Finish off with "Do Not Open Till June 2012" sticker.

Time capsule: handprint, height measured by yarn, "on my first day" worksheet and self-portrait. Finish off with "Do Not Open Till June 2012" sticker.

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