Frisbee Bowling for Kids

Frisbee Bowling is super easy summer camp at home game for kids. Takes minutes to set up and great for big and small kids! The post Frisbee Bowling for Kids appeared first on HAPPY TODDLER PLAYTIME.

Frisbee Bowling for Kids

INSIDE: Frisbee Bowling is super easy summer camp at home activity for kids. Takes minutes to set up and great for big and small kids!

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Play is at the core of learning during the early years and it can take many forms. One of the most important of these is sensory play because it engages all of a child’s senses (taste, touch, smell, sight and hearing) and has a enoumous positive impact on brain development.

Our Sensory Play Kits are a fun and easy way to keep your child engaged while at the same time capitalizing on the benefits of sensory play to nurture their mind!

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Frisbee Bowling for Kids

How to Set Up Frisbee Bowling

I first did bowling with my kids for Yes Day. I set up a glow in the dark bowling activity indoors and it was a huge hit. So I decided that we should take the fun outside this summer and try bowling with a frisbee.

Frisbee Bowling for Kids

Although my 3 year olds gave this activity a try, they really had a more difficult time knocking the pins down. If you are doing this activity with a child younger than 4 try using a larger frisbee so that they have an easier time. I also let my three year olds toss the frisbee from much closer than I did my almost 7 year old.

Frisbee Bowling for Kids

For pins I used dollar store pins that I had in our outdoor toy box. But if you don’t have pins you can easily use soda pop bottles or water bottles. Fill them with a very small amount of water to help stabilize them.

Frisbee Bowling for Kids

To set up the pins you can set them up the same as in regular bowling or space them out a little more for a greater challenge. You can also move player closers or further away from the pins according to their ability.

Frisbee Bowling for Kids

The goal of the game is the same as in regular bowling: knock down all the pins. The scoring is also the same.

Frisbee Bowling for Kids

How they Played

This was a lot of fun for my 6 year old. I played against her and she got pretty competitive! A great way to play in the backyard!

Frisbee Bowling for Kids

So I got in on the game as well. I always walk a balance when playing with them and try to let them take the lead. I let them take charge in the conversation. The sharks chased the scuba divers, who were searching for sunken treasure. The mermaids helped the divers as well as other sea creatures the sharks were trying to eat.

Extension

Connect this game to a learning goal. Space the pins out and place a sight word, math problem or letter or number on them using a post it note and invite your little one to read or answer or identify the work, problem or letter before trying to knock it down.

Age Suitability

This activity is good for kids 4 years and up. My kids are 3, 3, and 6 year old.

Supplies

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  • Frisbee
  • Bowling pins or soda bottles or water bottles
  • Post its (optional)

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Sponge Boats Sensory Bin

Sponge boats sensory bin is fun water sensory bin for kids. Take the activity outside in the summer and super size it in a kiddie pool! The post Sponge Boats Sensory Bin appeared first on HAPPY TODDLER PLAYTIME.

Sponge Boats Sensory Bin

INSIDE: Sponge boats sensory bin is fun and easy water sensory bin for kids. Take the activity outside in the summer and super size it or set it up indoors in a sensory bin! Lots of fun pretend play for all ages!

The Best Sensory Play Kits for Kids

Play is at the core of learning during the early years and it can take many forms. One of the most important of these is sensory play because it engages all of a child’s senses (taste, touch, smell, sight and hearing) and has a enoumous positive impact on brain development.

Our Sensory Play Kits are a fun and easy way to keep your child engaged while at the same time capitalizing on the benefits of sensory play to nurture their mind!

Shop our ready made sensory play kits here.

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Looking for a fun activity book for your preschooler this summer? Check out my new book Super STEAM Activity Book: Launch Learning with Fun Mazes, Dot-to-Dots, Search-the-Page Puzzles, and More! ! Click here to learn more or order it now!

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How to Set Up Sponge Boats Sensory Bin

I can this activity a sensory bin but really I set it up inside a kiddie pool! It was nice outside and the kids wanted to play in water. I always find the kiddie pool keeps them entertained for a little bit but not for long so I decided to add a few extras this time.

First, we made sponge boats. They are really easy to make. All you need are sponges. I found the sponges that are the least dense worked best. You will also need foam sheets for the sail and a bamboo skewer.

Cut the foam sheets into a triangle for the sail and poke the bamboo skewer through the top and bottom parts of the sail. Then I let me kids finish off the rest by carefully poking the skewer into the sponge.

Adult supervision is required for this activity as the skewer can be sharp. You know you child best, if you don’t feel comfortable with them doing this, skip this step and do it yourself. You can also cut the sharp end off the skewer after you poke it through the sponge.

Fill a kiddie pool up with water. Add under the sea toys such as:

  • fish
  • sharks
  • sea shells
  • starfish
  • sea creatures
  • mermaids
  • toy people

How They Play

They loved this giant sensory play idea. The sponge boats were definitely a fun addition. They were strong enough that they could hold small toys, so they could pretend that the toys were sailing on the boats.

I am going to let you in on a little secret, I am not a huge fan of getting down and playing (that’s kinda why I do activities) but I do it anyways. For this activity, I pulled up a chair while they were playing and they both wanted me to choose a toy and play with it.

So I got in on the play as well. I always walk a balance when playing with them and try to let them take the lead. I let them take charge in the conversation. The sharks chased the scuba divers, who were searching for sunken treasure. The mermaids helped the divers as well as other sea creatures the sharks were trying to eat.

They had a blast and didn’t want to leave even when it started raining. So I ended up dumping the kiddie pool and moved the toys into a sensory bin and took to play out to our covered front porch. We could have play all afternoon!

Age Suitability

This activity is good for kids 3 years and up. My kids are 3, 3, and 6 year old.

Supplies

(This post and list contains affiliate links for your convenience. If you make a purchase using one of these links, I may earn a commission. Please visit my disclosure policy for more information.)

  • Sponges
  • Bamboo

Looking for more summer and outdoor activity ideas? Check out of these other round-ups for more ways to keep your toddler or preschooler busy this summer:

  • 25+ Outdoor Water Activities to Keep Kids Cool This Summer
  • 40+ Awesome Outdoor Learning Activities for Kids
  • 30+ Easy Outdoor Art Projects for Kids
  • 60+ Awesome Outdoor Activities for Kids
  • 45+ Awesome Water Sensory Bins for Toddlers & Preschoolers
  • 40+ Water Table Activities for Toddlers
  • 21+ Spray Bottle Activities for Toddler
  • 20 Amazing Backyard Obstacle Courses
  • 21+ Amazing Summer Sensory Bins
  • 25+ Adorable Summer Crafts for Toddlers
  • 40+ Ice Sensory Play
  • 12 Healthy Smoothie Recipes for Toddlers + Kids

The Best Book of Sensory Bins

Rating: 5 out of 5.

WILL YOU TRY SIDEWALK CHALK PAINT WITH YOUR TODDLER OR PRESCHOOLER? PIN IT FOR LATER!

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