DUCKS IN A ROW - SETUP & DIRECTIONS
(Short Carnival Savers video/gif below shows neon colored buckets with large stuffed ducks inside arranged in a row and rings tossed.)
Supplies for Ducks in a Row Game:
3 Large Stuffed Toy Ducks (sold out - we are looking for a backup)
3 Large Prize Buckets or baskets (to keep the ducks from knocking over)
3 or more Large Plastic Rings
Ticket Box and Game Sign
Stand Behind Line -- We used a pastel pennant (suspended between chairs) but you can use sidewalk chalk too!
Carnival Prizes - Consolation, Medium (optional) and Top Prizes
We set up our ducks in large buckets and lined them up starting with the first duck about 2 feet from the starting line and spacing the ducks about 3 feet apart.
(Note: for different aged carnival players, it is a good idea to have a few different stand-behind lines, to make the game more difficult for the older players.)
How to Play the Ducks in a Row Carnival Game:
Children are given three rings to toss for this carnival game.
The goal is to toss the rings over the ducks in order starting with the closest duck to the farthest.
If carnival players ring all three ducks in order, they receive a top prize, if they ring just two ducks they win a middle prize and one duck or no ducks is a consolation prize.
Additional Hints & Tips:
This is a fantastic game for all ages of kids - but even your preschoolers are able to play this game well!
This spring game is perfect for school carnivals, spring flings and more! It is easy to store from year to year and is an inexpensive game to purchase and looks like a "larger" game as it takes up a larger space than a small table top game.
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