Numerous Gameplay Options
Play a traditional game of cornhole on these boards or choose from 3 different game activities outlined in the included instructions. Boards are designed to support different styles of play, depending on the skill level or age of those tossing beanbags. Colored areas signify different point values (as labeled), with higher point values starting at the hole and descending as you move down the board.
Various scoring means more opportunities for fun! Introduce different game activities such as GamePlay™ BagMania™ Accumulation, where students toss 36 bags in the hopes of scoring a perfect 36 points. Or, choose a game with more strategy, such as GamePlay™ BagMania™ Cancellation when opponents can cancel out the other team’s points at the end of a round.
Because the only physical skill needed to play with these boards is being able to underhand toss a bean bag, they’re a great tossing game for virtually any age! Adjust the distance between boards to best accommodate skill levels—suggested lengths by age include 10'-15' for youth, 15'-20' for social play, and 20'+ for competitive play.
Boards feature a welded, heavy-duty steel frame that reinforces and strengthens the boards tops, making them incredibly strong and resilient. You can even drive a car tire up onto them without their faltering! Boards feature a MDF top, that won’t break if stepped on or dropped. Plus, if you’re playing outside where it is damp, you’ll never have to worry about these boards warping or becoming unplayable or unsafe. Steel folding legs prop up boards for properly-angled gameplay. Legs lock into place when extended for play. When the game is over, fold them flat for easy portability and storage!
Complete Set includes 2 boards (48"L x 24"W each, 46 lb total), eight 6” beanbags (4 Red, 4 Blue), and activity instructions.
Develop Critical Skills
Bean bag tossing boards are an ideal way for students to practice and refine a range of critical skills. Tossing requires good form, proper approach, gauged strength, and depth perception to land the bag on the board or in the hole. In addition, students will need to make adjustments on the fly to correct poor tosses or those that are off-target.
Students working together as a team will need to communicate and strategize together, bolstering these important traits in players. Math skills are also required. For example, 1 player can keep track of the score while the other is throwing and help to provide them with advice as to which shots they might want to take. If the score is approaching 21 (the winning total in a variety of games), a player might advise their partner to shoot for smaller numbers, instead of “holing” a shot and busting the score.