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Turkey hunting game for kids

Turkey hunting game for kids using balloons and nerf guns. I was surprised the darts did not pop the balloons but it gave my kids more time to play  and hit the balloons. We took turns hitting one balloon at a time but I think it would have been better just to let them go and play with no rules. Who ever hit down the most balloons was the winner. We did put points on the balloons but we really did not pay attention to that, it is just another way to play. (and yes my turkeys are not the best lol  I am not a good artist and honestly I hate balloons...we also bought what we thought was brown balloons but upon blowing them up found out they are purple -_- so we have many different color turkeys )

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