Rocket Ring Toss Game
How to make your own ring toss game and countdown to party fun!
This fun competitive party game is simple to make and kids think it’s a blast! Play this ring toss game at an outer space alien, a superhero or astronaut party. Or with the suggestions provided below you can coordinate this game to almost any party theme.
- Three – five empty plastic or glass bottles
- Construction paper
- Wooden embroidery hoops from the craft store - size will vary depending on the size of the bottles
- Masking tape
Before The Party:
- Fold the construction paper in half.
- Trace a simple rocket on one side of the folded paper.
- Cut the rocket from the paper, leaving a portion along the fold so that you have two rockets to wrap around the bottle.
- Repeat this for each bottle.
- Mark point values on the rockets (optional).
- Fill the bottles part way with water to stabilize them.
- Wrap the paper rockets around the bottles and secure them with tape.
- Separate the embroidery rings and decorate with tape (optional).
We just use the inner rings, not the hoops with the hardware. But that too is optional.
- Set up the rockets in any formation for play.
- Mark the “tossing line” with tape on the floor or if you are outside use stones, sidewalk chalk or a stick.
- Players will take turns throwing the rings from the the “tossing line” attempting to ring as many rockets as they can and/or getting the highest score.
1-2-3 Party Game Tip:
You can adapt this game to a variety of themes just by changing the image you use to decorate the bottles.
- Hosting a princess party? How about ring the castle tower.
- Ring a Shark for an ocean or shark party.
- Catch a fish when throwing a mermaid, fishing or carnival party
- Lasso a cactus at your western cowboy party.
- Catch a bug at you garden themed party.
- Ring a Fire Hydrant at a firefighter party.
- Capture an alien at an outer space party.
- Ring a Pumpkin or Ghost at a Halloween party of course.
- Ring a Candy Cane, Snowman or Gingerbread Man for a holiday or winter theme.
And if drawing isn’t your thing, try tracing cookie cutters using images from the Internet.
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