Draw colorful circles that pop into an exciting 3-D display when you wear 3-D glasses. To play the game, capture circles by tossing a hoop around them!
With Crayola 3-D Sidewalk Chalk, draw several large circles on an outdoor surface in a safe area. These circles are your targets so they need to be smaller than the size of your hoops!
To create the best 3-D effects, leave a small line of open area between each chalk color. Place cool colors such as blue, purple, and green near warm colors such as red, yellow, and orange for maximum 3-D depth. Fill in every circle. Try on the glasses as you draw to see the effects you’ve created.
Mark playing lines a short distance away from the targets for players to stand behind. Place a close line for younger players and another line a bit farther away for older players.
Take turns rolling, sliding, or tossing the hoops onto the targets. To keep score, assign point values to the circles. If part of the hoop touches the target circle, the points do not count. For more challenge, take one additional step backwards before to
Draw colorful circles that pop into an exciting 3-D display when you wear 3-D glasses. To play the game, capture circles
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