Is there anything you can't do with Pool Noodles? Check out this super fun Pool Noodle Frisbee Target DIY! The kids will love it!
When Summer rolls around there is one thing that I stock up on....Pool Noodles. I swear there are endless creative uses for pool noodles, all of them are fun! We have done Pool Noodle Hurdles, Pool Noodle Light Sabers, and even added to our Kiddie Car Wash. Now we have added to our pool noodle fun with this Pool Noodle Frisbee Target.
Sorry, I don't have my usual before and after photos. I had so anxious helpers.
- 6 pool noodles
- duct tape
- 2 long sticks ( I used 1/4 inch wooden dowels from the craft section)
- Frisbees (of course)
How to Make Pool Noodle Frisbee Target
Use the duct tape to secure 4 of the pool noodles into circles. You can be as creative as you would like here. Make you target as big or as small as you would like with more or less pool noodles.
Again use the duct tape to tape your circles together and then tape them to 2 long pool noodles for the sides. As pictured.
Place your wooden dowels in the ground where you would like your target set up and just slide the target right over the top of them. I found it works best when the dowels are at least 2 -3 inches in the ground.
Give your kids some frisbees and let them have at it. We have found this is also fun with those foam splash balls too. Especially if someone is standing behind the target.
Talk about summer fun. This is even perfect for a field day or a birthday party! All together this Pool Noodle Frisbee Target cost me about $10 to make. Not bad for something we are going to use over and over again!
Originally posted in 2016. Updated in 2020
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I am Amanda. Mom to 3 wonderful kids & lots of furbabies. Plus wife to my hubby, David, for 20 years (gosh that makes me sound old). In our house we love to get outside, have family fun, and enjoy all Florida has to offer (Hey, Universal!) We do all of that with a few shortcuts.