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33 DIY Ways To Have The Best Summer Ever

Another thing to do with your pool noodles? Turn them into light sabers with duct tape.

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

32 Of The Best DIY Backyard Games You Will Ever Play

Indoor volleyball. Pool noodle tucked in chairs, balloon. Enjoy!

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No Sew SUPER HERO COSTUMES Tutorial

No Sew SUPER HERO COSTUMES - great tutorial

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How to Build a Lego Candy Dispenser

How to build a working Lego candy dispenser! Step-by-step instructions.

Awesome idea! Get plastic drop cloth from hardware store (10'x25' and 6 mm thick). Fold in half and seal edges--duck tape or melt plastic together by placing parchment paper between hot iron and plastic. Leave small opening at one end and tape hose onto it. Can put in food coloring before filling up. Can't wait to try this!

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Use Your Noodle: Pool Noodle Backyard Games

Lots of pool noodle game ideas! Use Your Noodle: Pool Noodle Backyard Games: How to Make a Wicket (via FamilyFun Magazine)

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Backyard Sprinkler Park

oh this is so going to happen!!! -> Make your own water park with pool noodles and supplies from the hardware store.

Marble Track Race {Indoor Games for Kids} This is a clever game that your kids will love!! Super fun for kids of all ages and both girls and boys! Even greater because it's super easy to create! Just cut a pool noodle in half

Life size Lincoln Logs made out of pool noodles~ 15 pool noodles from the dollar store, cut in half, cut notches out easily, with scissors = hours and hours of fun playtime

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Make a Pool Noodle Lightsaber

Make a Pool Noodle Lightsaber - These would make terrific Christmas gifts if you can find the pool noodles

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Create your own “Bathurst” like moments!

What little boy wouldn't like this in his yard? Tutorial found here.