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Made by Manish Kumar
So today I will be talking about 5 unusual things to do with a ping pong ball. These plastic balls come very cheap and can be used for the most weirdest of uses. :P Not weird but still :P
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Step 1: The Obvious Game of Table Tennis
Well this was obvious but I had to include this in the list. :P
Step 2: The Ping Pong Push
To play this game, you need a pool and one ping pong ball per person. The goal of the game is to push your ball all the way across the pool without touching it with your body. You can splash, blow, swim, or kick to float your ball to the other side of the pool. Stupid, yet fun. :P
Step 3: Ping Pong Bingo
Another game that works well with ping pong balls is Bingo. Make your own Bingo set by writing one letter and number on each ball, and by writing out Bingo cards with the numbers in different boxes. Give each person a card and put all the balls in a large container. Take turns picking out one ball at a time and marking them on your card, until someone gets Bingo.
Step 4: Ping Pong Ball Art
If you're feeling creative you can use your ping pong balls to make a work of art. Being small, the ball can be used to decorate different objects. :P
Step 5: Science
You can use your extra ping pong balls to do science experiments or demonstrate basic scientific principles, such as the Bernouli's principle.
They can also be used to depict atoms in science projects.