Target golf game. Use for Art Olympics or Review games - holes are worth certain points, can color them primary/secondary/tertiary and make a point value...Easy to make, lots of fun.

Target golf game. Use for Art Olympics or Review games - holes are worth certain points, can color them primary/secondary/tertiary and make a point value...Easy to make, lots of fun.

Football Toss: Handmade Goal (see example above) made from a wood frame supporting a tire. Sidewalk Chalk (or other marking material) to draw lines for different aged players (notice photo above) Foam footballs for tossing – at least 6 or more Carnival Prizes – consolation, and others (depending upon how you set up this carnival game) sports themed carnival prizes are a great idea for this booth

Football Toss: Handmade Goal (see example above) made from a wood frame supporting a tire. Sidewalk Chalk (or other marking material) to draw lines for different aged players (notice photo above) Foam footballs for tossing – at least 6 or more Carnival Prizes – consolation, and others (depending upon how you set up this carnival game) sports themed carnival prizes are a great idea for this booth

Breaking News! Door Decorating Idea featured with 21 Teacher Appreciation Door Ideas! {OneCreativeMommy.com} So many great ideas for your teacher!

21 Awesome Teacher Appreciation Door Ideas

Breaking News! Door Decorating Idea featured with 21 Teacher Appreciation Door Ideas! {OneCreativeMommy.com} So many great ideas for your teacher!

Lucky Key Unique Carnival Game Idea. Maybe something pops out when they open the door? Or they get a squirt from a squirt gun?

Lucky Key Unique Carnival Game Idea. Maybe something pops out when they open the door? Or they get a squirt from a squirt gun?

Box Top Bot (robot) created by Karen Crawford. Items used: silver/shiny gift bags, laminating film, gloves, dryer vent tubing, sponges, milk caps, wiggle eyes, lids, boxes, & hot glue. Easy to make! Good Luck & Hope you like my Box Top Robot! Have fun collecting Box Tops!

Box Top Bot (robot) created by Karen Crawford. Items used: silver/shiny gift bags, laminating film, gloves, dryer vent tubing, sponges, milk caps, wiggle eyes, lids, boxes, & hot glue. Easy to make! Good Luck & Hope you like my Box Top Robot! Have fun collecting Box Tops!

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