GIANT FALL FESTIVAL BEAN BAG TOSS GAME - SETUP & DIRECTIONS
Supplies for Giant Fall Festival Bean Bag Toss:
1 piece 8ft x 4ft plywood (generally 1/2 inch thick)
Make This Game:
A week or more before your fall festival, paint your board with acrylic paints to resemble a fall theme - feel free to mimic our board if you like.
Note: most acrylic paints will allow some of the blemishes of the board to show through - don't worry about it - the board will still look great.
Take a closer look at our board in the pictures above and you'll see imperfections. If you don't want to see those - add a base coat of primer or two or more coats to give a perfect look to your game.
You will want to have at least one "stand behind" line. We have used plastic cones or chalk.
Before your festival, set up your large board leaning on a strong tree trunk or pole if outside, or against a wall in indoors. You can add the prizes and sometimes we have seen bales of hay for an extra nice touch!
Feel free to set up this game and test the bean bags and the stand for difficulty and place “stand behind” lines for different age children using sidewalk chalk or tape.
How to Run this Booth:
Kids are given 3 bean bags for a chance to get one through one of your cutouts.
Children are given three bean bags to toss per game.Depending on the setup of this Fall game, they win prizes based upon how many bean bags make it into the mesh holder and total number of points earned.
Of course, every carnival player wins a consolation prize!
How Players win a Prize:
0 Bean Bags = Consolation Prize
Additional Hints & Tips:
This Fall Festival Game is Large but flat and can easily be stored in a large storage closet or a shed for next year. You can even paint a different design on the backside so it can be used as a bean bag toss at a springtime event too!
We have seen some schools and churches share some large games when their events are not the same weekend! So spread the word if you make this game so more folks can enjoy the fun!