Susan 7th Apr 2014
I'm new here and I will definitely do this one. We already have a couple of target games but I'm sure another will be welcomed.
I cut an an old twister mat in two and I wrote scores into the various circles, and we use that as a target.
Helena 29th Jan 2014
I recently played this but used the rings from the quoits game to see if the bags would land in the middle on them the residents loved it
Annette 24th Aug 2013
wow..i'm new at activities and looking at this like it , a must to sew this week..thanks everyone for the imput
Joanne 9th Nov 2012
I made this up with my trusty easy!! I actually made three bags per colour. But with each bag I made an insert one that goes inside the coloured one..the residents helped to fill them. This makes them more sturdy and will last longer. Instead of a backing, I'm going to use some of that non-slip plastic you can buy, to save it from moving around. Can't wait to try it out with the residents.
Solange 28th Jan 2012
Hi Sherry Ann, that's a great game.Mind stimulation is the objective and as you noticed; regardless of the simplicity of the game, participants are engaged in making decisions, which is what it is all about. Thank you for sharing.
Sherry Ann 28th Jan 2012
My residents love playing a similar game with beanbags. I have three different size buckets. The biggest is worth 1 point (which is written on the bucket), the second biggest is worth two, and the smallest is worth three. Residents toss the bean bags into the buckets and get points based on where it lands. It is interesting to see whether residents go for the big bucket for an easy point, or whether they decide to take a risk and take a chance at the more difficult 3 point bucket.
Shirley 12th Nov 2011
I recently used this activity and the residents
like playing it. Thank you - Shirley NSW

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