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  • Bailee Otto

    Use Your Noodle: Pool Noodle Backyard Games. This is a great idea for July 4th or Labor Day gatherings. The kids would love it.

  • Patricia Sonnicksen

    Pool Noodles for Outdoor Games #pool #noodle #outdoor #olympic #sports #diy #project #child #children #kid

  • Katie Medwatz

    Turn inexpensive pool noodles into backyard toys...looks like fun! They sell these at Dollar Tree. This is a great idea for the kids at a summer party.

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Homemade noodle rings can be used to play a host of games, including catch and human ring toss. To make ring, cut a toilet paper tube lengthwise. Roll it up and insert it into a thin (2 1/2-inch-wide) hollow pool noodle. Attach the other end of the noodle and secure it with duct tape.