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Pool noddle ring toss

As the end of summer comes and school starts we like to clear out any summer toys that are broken or will not get played with again next year. So for us that meant clearing out the pool noddles! My kids learned to swim now and could care less for them, so instead of throwing them out we made them into a game. Pool noddle ring toss is fairly easy to put together. We used two pool noddles for the rings and taped them into circles. Then cut one pool noodle into 3 pieces and used sticks to stick them in the ground. It was very fun to watch as the kids threw them and the smaller ones even trying to hula hoop with them. 

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