Indoor Boredom Buster Idea – Make Your Own Mini Golf Course

Be Inspired, Crafting, Family, Tutorials August 4, 2013
Make your own Mini Golf Course - Rainy day (or snow day or heat day) activity from InspiredRD.com

I was tempted to call this a “rainy day activity” but when it rains at our house, we don’t stay inside.  We do this:

Make your own Mini Golf Course - Rainy day (or snow day or heat day) activity from InspiredRD.com

While most of you have to come up with boredom busters in the rainy and snowy months, our indoor activities take place in the summer when it’s one hundred million degrees outside (approximately).

Nevertheless, this is a fun game we made up last week, and the kids played golf in the living room for a good 3 days straight.  Building new holes, trying to improve their scores, celebrating a good hole-in-one.

Make your own Mini Golf Course - Rainy day (or snow day or heat day) activity from InspiredRD.com

All you need are some wooden blocks, plastic cups, golf balls and a putter.  Arrange them any way you want to and get started!

Make your own Mini Golf Course - Rainy day (or snow day or heat day) activity from InspiredRD.com

If you don’t have wooden blocks, you could use wooden train tracks or books.  Anything that provides a flat surface to work with should do the trick.

Make your own Mini Golf Course - Rainy day (or snow day or heat day) activity from InspiredRD.com

You can even come up with tricky holes just like a real mini golf course.

Make your own Mini Golf Course - Rainy day (or snow day or heat day) activity from InspiredRD.com

This one was a two-stroke penalty if you knocked one of the figures off their perch.

Make your own Mini Golf Course - Rainy day (or snow day or heat day) activity from InspiredRD.com

Our family had a great time with this.  I hope you do too!

 

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P.S. The Food for the Hungry blogger team left for Guatemala yesterday.  Make sure to follow their journey on the FH blog and on Twitter using the #fhbloggers hashtag.  They will also be hosting a live Twitter chat on Tuesday, August 6th at 8pm EST.

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9 Comments

  • Reply Deanna August 5, 2013 at 6:53 am

    That might be the coolest idea ever. Love it!

  • Reply Jenn August 5, 2013 at 7:24 pm

    So much fun!! Can I come over and play a round with those adorable kids?!?! :)

    • Reply inspiredrd August 5, 2013 at 7:37 pm

      They would love that!

  • Reply Rachel from Thriving Home August 6, 2013 at 10:47 am

    What a super fun idea! I’m so doing this. Thanks for the great idea. I shared it on our FB page, too. Love and follow your blog!

  • Reply Molly (Sprue Story) August 9, 2013 at 11:43 am

    Every photo in this post is 100% adorable. What a fun idea!

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