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Indoor Mini Golf

 Do your kids have extra energy, but you can’t get outside? Try this DIY Indoor Mini Golf.
Indoor Mini Golf

Toddler Approved came up with this brilliant idea (she called hers Indoor Counting Croquet) that saved us from having a total meltdown on a rainy afternoon this week that we were stuck inside.

We taped and numbered pieces of cardstock to the floor with painters tape as we designed our mini golf course around the house. We also put a numbered X where each part of the course started.

Indoor Mini Golf
It was so much fun!
We played a few rounds and B used tally marks to keep score (always sneaking in a little learning).
Indoor Mini Golf
If you don’t want to make your own tunnels like we did, you can use different toys and items for obstacles to hit the ball through and around.  We had our tunnel as the last obstacle of our course.
Indoor Mini Golf

 

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  • Reply Jen

    Great idea! My little man got an alligator golf set for Christmas, but he uses the alligator to eat everything around the house..lol.

    January 14, 2013 at 3:08 pm
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