Play: Pool Noodle Fun

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  1. Heather says:

    Love all of these ideas! Can't wait to try out some balloon baseball with our youth group!

  2. Jodi Durr says:

    Such great ideas. Thanks for these. With Dollar Store noodles, it's always reasonable to do noodle pool activities like this.

  3. Ashley says:

    So many great ideas! Thanks for sharing at Mom's Library!

  4. Jaime JJ says:

    featuring this tomorrow on moms library! thanks for linking up. FSPDT

  5. iGameMom says:

    I am also featuring this on iGameMom as part of Moms Library team. Thanks for sharing! http://wp.me/p2t50R-1B9 it will be live around 12 mid-night.

  6. I LOVE this! So many wonderful ideas. I'm right in the middle of making a bunch of pool noodle lightsabers for an upcoming 5th birthday. Thanks so much for linking up to Tuesday Tots last week. I'm featuring this post on my round up of diy family games. http://www.oneperfectdayblog.net/2013/06/04/fun-and-simple-diy-games-for-kids/

  7. Patti Heath says:

    Great noodle ideas! Can recommend the noodle firecrackers for easy group craft..did something similar at neighborhood July 4th party last year…super cute and easy and kids loved it. Cut noodles into 6 pieces and cut 12" patriotic themed/colored scrapbook paper in half. Kids wrapped paper around noodle and glued, then decorated with red/white/blue foam star stickers (OTC) and 6" foil picks ("firecracker picks" from OTC) which stick easily in the end.

    • PlayEat Grow says:

      That sounds like fun! I wondere if I could get the supplies at the dollar store – or maybe a coupon at AC Moore. I'll have to check. Thanks for telling me how you did it!

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