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Black Hole Bean Bag Toss

Required: 5" Beanbags

Take a piece of plywood or foam board and cut a hole in it. You'll need one package of 5" beanbags that you can find on our site. Paint the cutout into some type of theme, animals, circus, an adventure or some type of science. One fun theme you can use is planets and spaceships. You can add black lights to the room with neon figures hanging from the ceiling. Try adding a tape or CD playing in the background with space sounds or music that involves space. The more added touches to each room the more interesting your carnival will be. Each player will be given 3 beanbags to throw through the black hole, if they get all three they win.

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