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  • Angela Marchal - Locker

    Shown as game for kids but could be just as fun with adults too!... Give players five minutes to move as many balloons as possible into a laundry basket without touching the balloons with any body part. The catch? The only tool they can use is a pool noodle, (cut noodles in half). At first, players may try batting the balloons into the basket, but they'll soon realize that they must pair up and use two pool noodles like giant chopsticks to lift the balloons into place.

  • Margaret Morton

    Thanks to the original pinner / Party game idea for Big Boy's Birthday. Give players five minutes to move as many balloons as possible into the laundry basket without touching the balloons with any body part. The catch? The only tool they can use is their pool noodle. At first, players may try batting the balloons into the basket, but theyll soon realize that they must pair up and use two pool noodles like giant chopsticks to lift the balloons into place.

  • Nancy Cecil

    Pool noodles, balloons and laundry baskets for a fun summer activity or birthday party game . . .

  • Kathleen Olsen

    20 Clever Ways to Use a Pool Noodle - some really fun ideas, like a noodle headboard. I like the balloon game and tic-tac-toe for the kiddos

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