How to play
The point is to strike marble to score on opponent's goal if a player strikes the ball and it's not a goal the other player will strike the ball where the ball stopped moving and try to score. When someone scores the player who was scored against will kick off in the center of the feild.
- glue stick
- Skinny Cylinder shaped wooden sticks
- Glue gun
- Letter size paper
I really feel a strong connection with this invention because I have played soccer through all my life until this year. So making this product brings me back many good memories when I used to practice and play. I also connect with this because I am a huge soccer fan, I never miss a game of my favorite teams.
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Cut a piece of cardboard using an exacto knife
MEASUREMENTS: 9½ inches wide and 12 inches long
Print a soccer field (LINK to picture https://openclipart.org/image/2400px/svg_to_png/233797/Soccer-Field.png), then using a glue stick glue the printed field it on the cardboard you had cut.
Using an exacto knife cut a piece of cardboard with the measurements HEIGHT:1 ½ inch and LENGTH: 11 inches
Then glue it along the long side of the field using a hot glue gun
- using an exacto knife cut a piece of cardboard HEIGHT: 1½ in LENGTH: 3in
- Then glue it along the short side of the field, creating a 90-degree angle with the previous wall
using an exacto knife cut a piece of cardboard HEIGHT: 1½ in LENGTH: 3in
Then glue it on the same side as the short piece of cardboard you had glued on the last step, the edge touching the other corner this will leave a gap in the middle of the 2 walls creating what will latter be the goal
Repeat steps 3,4,5 but gluing the pieces of cardboard on their opposite side
Using an exacto knife cut sticks of wood making them
MEASUREMENTHeight 1 ½ in
using a hot glue gun glue the pieces of wood like the picture you see
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