Improve your accuracy with these unique tossing games for kids! The enormous 7’H x 20’W net is set up in the center of the play area and features various shape cutouts in different sizes. Players must “sling” their balls through the shapes to score points. Points are based on the shape—the smaller the shape, the bigger the score!
This set features fun tossing games that involve slinging balls through a fun and wacky net.
During Sling N Score, players work together to be the first team to score 10 points. Hang the net between standard to split the playing area in half. Divide the class into 2 teams and give each team 3 balls. On the signal, teams throw the balls through the net holes to earn points. If they make it through, they earn points. If they miss, they must perform an exercise to keep playing. If a ball goes through a square hole, a player gets 1 point, through a circle hole it’s 2 pts, and through a triangle hole it’s 3 pts.
Fun Oversized Net
The oversized Sling ‘N Score™ Net measures 21’ x 7’ and has shapes cut out of it, including 2 triangles, 2 circles, and 2 squares. Each shape is outlined with a different Rainbow® color. The net is made of a polyester mesh material and is weather resistant, meaning you can use it indoors or out for years to come at your school.
Complete Set includes 1 net, 6 balls (7” dia), a storage bag, and activity instructions.
Improving Important Skills
In addition to the game Sling N Score, 2 other activities also focus on getting the whole class involved while improving hand-eye coordination.
In Sling N Score Bounce Craze, divide the class into 2 teams and give each 3 balls. On the signal, players stand on a corresponding colored spot and try to bounce the balls through the net holes to earn points. If a player misses their target, 1 point is removed from their score. Teams must strategize as to what hole they will try to get the ball through.
Separate the class into 6 teams for Sling N Score Toss N Catch, and assign each team a color. Have each team divide into 2 and go on both sides of the net. Each team plays with the corresponding color ball. Teams attempt to throw their ball through the net holes to one of their teammates on the opposite side of the net to earn points. Teams earn points when their teammate catches the ball on the other side of the net.