Penny Toss

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On the heels of our Mouse Hole Roll, Travis and I added a penny toss to our indoor circus and carnival games!

To start, we needed three different colors of construction paper and round items to trace. You can turn this into a hunt for circular items around the house if your kids are learning their shapes. Records were perfect for the middle and smallest circles, but I had to free-hand the largest circle since we didn’t have anything round that was quite that big.

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Glue the circles together and let dry.

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Colored-in clown templates add a nice decorative touch.

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Then it’s time to play!

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Travis wasn’t quite as into the penny toss as he was with the mouse hole game, but we got in some good tosses.

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His first few attempts bounced quite far off the circles, which I could see surprised him. So it was good motor skills practice to learn more precise aim.

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