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Spray-Away Game  table with a box decorated. Cover a strip of foam board, inserted golf tees into it, and secured it to the box with double-sided tape.

How to Throw a Kids' Carnival Party

The target table: a white box decorated with blue construction-paper waves and topped with red contact paper. We covered a strip of foam board with the same paper, inserted golf tees into it, and secured it to the box with double-sided tape.

Games, balloons, and bright colors -- a carnival is just like a birthday party, but better! So why not invite kids to a carnival-themed party in your backyard or at a local park?

How to Throw a Kids' Carnival Party

Temporary tattoos make memorable favors at a carnival-themed party. Set up a booth and enlist a grown-up to play tattoo artist.

Decorating for a Carnival Party  Games, balloons, and bright colors -- a carnival is just like a birthday party, but better! So why not invite kids to a carnival-themed party in your backyard or at a local park?

How to Throw a Kids' Carnival Party

Decorating for a Carnival Party Games, balloons, and bright colors -- a carnival is just like a birthday party, but better! So why not invite kids to a carnival-themed party in your backyard or at a local park? FISHING game, with blanket hung

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I'm thinking this might be fun with balloons!  carnival games, put pool noodles over the steaks to make this situation safer and play find the smiley face ball with out tossing all the balls out. Winner gets a prize ticket

carnival games, put pool noodles over the steaks to make this situation safer and play find the smiley face ball with out tossing all the balls out. Winner gets a prize ticket. also could use small balls

Tossing ping-pong balls into tumblers takes skill. Set up drinking glasses in a triangle formation on a low table. Inside each glass, place a cutout (easily made with a craft punch) in one of four colors: blue (worth four tickets), yellow (three), red (two), and white (one).

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How to Throw a Kids' Carnival Party

Carnival Party - Ball-Toss Bonanza Tossing ping-pong balls into tumblers takes skill. Set up drinking glasses in a triangle formation on a low table.

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 – also could use hula hoop

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Booth - Luck Duck, Matching game Bought rubber duckies from Oriental Trading, just need to paint bottoms & cover foam board with polka-dot craft paper. NEED - 2 Baskets, 1 for Small Prizes, 1 for Large Prizes

Clothespin Drop Game Kids need good aim, a steady arm, and nerves of steel to succeed at this game: dropping a clothespin into the mouth of a glass bottle.

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