Backyard DIY Race Car Tracks Your Kids Will Love Instantly
Backyard or garden is a great place to set up a play area for your children. A fun and safe playground will make your kids away from the computers and be willing to stay outside. Just as this tyre race car track, it is easy and affordable to make, and will provide hours of fun for […]
Circus Games for Kids: Ring Toss
With the colder winter temperatures bearing down on us now, we've been doing our best to fill our days with fun indoor activities so that cabin fever doesn't start taking over. Starting our C is for…
Target golf game. Use for Art Olympics or Review games - holes are worth certain points, can color them primary/secondary/tertiary and make a point value...Easy to make, lots of fun.
Smollan Team Building Event Lanseria Gauteng
The Smollan Group team building event in Lanseria Gauteng, facilitated and coordinated by (TBAE) Team Building and Events
Spinning Nerf Targets - DIY Cardboard Toy - Frugal Fun For Boys and Girls
Here’s a new spin (ha!) on a Nerf target game for kids! We transformed a cardboard trifold display board into a spinning target shooting gallery for Nerf. It’s not necessary to buy the display board – you can just use whatever cardboard you have on hand. But I do think that the display board made […]
Your Wedding. Planned to Perfection.
How are you planning to keep your guests fully occupied and entertained? After all, a wedding can last for quite a few hours! You might want to go down the route of hiring some unusual wedding entertainment. However, if you want something simple and budget-friendly, take a look at these outdoor game ideas
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Turn your backyard into your very own Inside Out playground. Inspired by Riley’s love of hockey, this game of outdoor field hockey uses items you already have in your home: pool noodles, balloons, and laundry baskets.
Party Game. An old navigation map glued to foam board with letter cutouts. Add construction paper to make the airplanes and the game is complete. Using glue, a picture frame and a map I already had, the entire project cost only $3.00! Definitely within the party planning budget. I purchased the construction paper, letters, and foam board at the .99 cent store. Super easy and inexpensive.