5 DIY Backyard Games
2. Glow-In-The-Dark Ring Toss
Momma Did It came up with Glow-In-The-Dark ring toss. You can find many glow-in-the-dark necklaces for less than $1 at most craft stores.
3. Lawn Bowling
Put water and food coloring in plastic 2-liter bottles for an easy-peasy game of bowling. You could even put glow sticks in the water for nighttime games. via Parents.com.
4. Croquet Kick Ball
Use inexpensive pool noodles to make a croquet course in your backyard. Great idea, Inner Child Fun! Depending on how big your croquet loops are, you could even use this as an obstacle course--the possibilities are endless!
5. Passing Game
Practice your throwing arm with this game from Spoonful. You can even modify this game for the younger crowd by using bean bags.
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