This Human Ring Toss was such a fun and easy game to pull together, and I wanted to share it with you all. Come on in and check out the Human Ring Toss Game – A Fun and Easy Summer Outdoor Game for Kids
Human Ring Toss – A Fun Summer Outdoor Game to Play
Summertime fun is the best kind of fun. I love heading outdoors with the kids to enjoy a few family-friendly competitions. My kids are growing up way too fast, so I’m cramming all of the summertime epic moments that I can.
Here’s What You’ll Need for the Human Ring Toss Game:
- 3 inflatable pool rings per team – our rings are called 36″, but they really only measure 31″x31″. The inside ring is about 16″. I bought 6 – (3 for each team of 2 teams)
That’s seriously it! – FYI – they make giant pool rings for adults. I’ll provide a link to Amazon below. So fun!
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Instructions: Here’s how you play the Human Ring Toss Game
- Pick your teams and divide the rings evenly between teams
- Decide on the distance away from the person to ring that’s challenging but doable – we settled on about 6 ft. away
- To ensure that there is no cheating – It might be a good idea to place a marker down for the person that you’re going to ring and for the people throwing rings to stand on or behind
- When you’re ready, start ringing your human!
- *The human has to stand on their mark but can bend at the waist and point arms up in the direction of the pool ring to make it easier to ring them – to make it more challenging for older kids and adults you can disregard this variation
- Rings count as 2 points for a full ring (I think that around the neck counts) and 1 point for a pool ring that is leaning on touching the target/human
- The first team to get to 21 points wins
*This would also make a fun Minute to Win it Game. Just see who can toss all 3 rings in less than a minute and ring their teammate with all 3 rings!
Or, you could always play tackle. My kids didn’t waste any time ringing themselves as a target while the other kids ran as fast as they could to knock them down. They played tackle for what seemed like forever.
~ Melissa – Kid Friendly Things To Do
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What size rings were used?
The pool ring bag says 36″ pool ring. They really only measure 31″x 31″ and are for ages 9+.
The inner circle is about 16″ across. If you can find one with a slightly larger inner circle – maybe a 38″ ring, it would fit over the kids even better. With the 36″, the kids did some helping out in getting it over their waist. If you can’t no worries. The 16 inch inner circle fits over heads perfectly, and the kids can pull them down over their waist, from there.
I’m going to try this for our VBS this summer. Theme is Baptism and it might work to show being “covered with Rightousness” That might be a stretch but pretty fun to see if we can cover the kids with the rings!
I think that’s a perfect idea for this game. I Love It!