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Get a shoebox

Get a shoebox

Cut off the lid

Cut off the lid

Hold a ping pong ball up to the side and draw a square around it

Hold a ping pong ball up to the side and draw a square around it

Like this. Be sure it\u2019s larger than the ping pong ball. Cut it out with an exacto knife.

Like this. Be sure it’s larger than the ping pong ball. Cut it out with an exacto knife.

Like this. Now bend it down.

Like this. Now bend it down.

Like this.

Like this.

Trace the square on a piece of paper and cut it out. This way both sides will be the same size.

Trace the square on a piece of paper and cut it out. This way both sides will be the same size.

Trace around the paper on the other side of the box.

Trace around the paper on the other side of the box.

Cut it out and fold it down.

Cut it out and fold it down.

Be sure the ping pong ball can easily roll through.

Be sure the ping pong ball can easily roll through.

Decorate 5 clothes pins in one color and 5 clothes pins in a different color. You can use markers or washi tape. Now you have two teams.

Decorate 5 clothes pins in one color and 5 clothes pins in a different color. You can use markers or washi tape. Now you have two teams.

This is the front and back of one team.

This is the front and back of one team.

This is the front and back of the other team. I did two different tapes on each so that we can have 4 different choices of team colors.

This is the front and back of the other team. I did two different tapes on each so that we can have 4 different choices of team colors.

Measure the knitting needles to know where to poke the holes.

Measure the knitting needles to know where to poke the holes.

Draw a line above the clothes pin so that they\u2019ll hang high enough.

Draw a line above the clothes pin so that they’ll hang high enough.

Like this. They\u2019ll be hanging by the hole.

Like this. They’ll be hanging by the hole.

Poke 4 holes using a pen.

Poke 4 holes using a pen.

These are all my holes.

These are all my holes.

Be sure a dowel or a knitting needle will go through the holes easily.

Be sure a dowel or a knitting needle will go through the holes easily.

Poke the dowel or knitting needle straight through the hole and poke it through the other side. Make sure the holes are even in height.

Poke the dowel or knitting needle straight through the hole and poke it through the other side. Make sure the holes are even in height.

(Go straight and push it through)

(Go straight and push it through)

(Like this)

(Like this)

Now put a rubber band on the other side, this will prevent the needle from slipping through.

Now put a rubber band on the other side, this will prevent the needle from slipping through.

Repeat for all four dowels or knitting needles.

Repeat for all four dowels or knitting needles.

Attach your clothes pins. Make sure they don\u2019t hit the wall of the box or the needle in front of them.

Attach your clothes pins. Make sure they don’t hit the wall of the box or the needle in front of them.

Put them downward.

Put them downward.

In between the 2 teams, write the numbers 1-5 on both sides. These will be your scoreboards. Use clothes pins to keep track of your scores.

In between the 2 teams, write the numbers 1-5 on both sides. These will be your scoreboards. Use clothes pins to keep track of your scores.

(Keeping score for the purple team)

(Keeping score for the purple team)

Both teams ready.

Both teams ready.

Drop the ball in and go! Hit the ball by spinning the clothespins. When you get the ball through the other person’s goal, you get a point. First one to 5 points wins!

To keep score, just put the clothes pin on the number you\u2019re on.

To keep score, just put the clothes pin on the number you’re on.

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  • Shoebox
  • Clothespins
  • Washi tape
  • Knitting needles or dowels
  • Rubberbands
  • Pen
  • Ping pong ball
  • Scissors