Ring Toss

Introduction: Ring Toss

This version of Ring Toss is safe for kids of all ages and fun for them too! It's easy to make and within a decent price range. It takes up little space, and is easy to carry. Storage is simple, just take apart the posts and put away to use again another day!

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Step 1: Materials

  • 10 ft of 1 inch PVC pipe

  • PVC pipe cross all slip

  • Spray Paint (optional)

  • Diving Rings

  • Hacksaw

  • PVC Pipe Elbow 90 Degrees 1 inch x4

  • PVC pipe cap 1 inch x4

Step 2: Cutting the Pipes

Measure how long you want each post to be (we did 1 ft). Make sure to mark off where you want to cut.

Then using a Hacksaw cut the pipe where you marked off to create 8 separate 12 inch pipes

Step 3: Painting the Pieces

Before assembling take all your pieces outside and paint them. We used spray paint, but you can use any type of paint. To reduce mess, lay them all on a tarp or even the grass outside.

Step 4: Assembly

Finally, assemble all your pieces. It's your choice to glue them together, in that case you wouldn't be able to disassemble it and you would store it as is. We chose not to glue it together so that it's easier to store.

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    2 Discussions


    1 year ago

    This is great! What sort of rules of play do you use?


    Reply 1 year ago

    The best part about this game is that you can make up your own rules! We said that each person get’s 2 chances/2 rings to throw onto the poles for 2 points each and the first to 10 wins. If you miss you loose 1 point.