Bringing shuffle-board to the young. There are many ways to play variations of this game. Make a target our of string or painter's tape. You can make the targets big, small, round, square... your imagination is your limit. This game will help kids learn how to aim as well as teaching them how to measure their strength and improve their hand-eye coordination. For smaller kids, use a small beanbag or a simple sock filled with rice (so it doesn't roll). For older kids use a heavy ball. The rolling adds an extra level of required-skill. :)
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