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Recycled Lid Frisbee Toss


Author:  S.C.C.C

Collect a variety of plastic lids from containers such as margarine tubs, yogurt containers, coffee
cans, etc. With a permanent marker, mark half the lids with one letter and the other half with
another letter (for example “C” and “S” for Cubs and Scouts, “B” and “G” for Blues and Golds).
Divide the group into two teams. Give each team a set of lids. Using tape or string, mark two
target circles about 15 feet away from a base line. Each team must stand behind the base line and
sail their lids, frisbee style, into their target. A point is awarded for each lid that lands in the
target. A point it taken away if a lid lands in the opposing target.
VARIATION: Hang old Hula hoops from a tree as target.


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