Tossing your cares away while learning accuracy, depth perception, and tossing techniques. At the signal, 1 child from each team races to the other end of the play area, picks a ball or beanbag, races to the throw line, and shoots at the target. Holes of various sizes and shapes in the target are labeled with differing point values, providing a fun, strategic challenge that add fun to any math class in school. If a shot is missed, the child retrieves the ball/beanbag and throws again until the shot is made—then the next kid is up! The team with the most points at the end wins! The game ScatterScore puts gross motor skills to the test by having students start on one end of the playing area, and placing the goals on the opposite end. The first child races to the opposite end of the playing area to grab a ball or beanbag, then races to the throwing line and try to throw their ball/beanbag into the goal. If they miss, they pick it up and run back to the throwing line and try again. The team with the most points wins. Setting up fun is a breeze using a nylon "net" that quickly attaches via hook-and-loop fasteners. Goal breaks down for compact storage while mesh storage bag transports everything easily. Balls and beanbags come with their own storage bag featuring a cinch top for easy transport.
Social skills improve through friendly games and encouragement as gross and fine motor skills strengthen during tossing.
Set includes 1 target (52"L x 46"W), 8 balls (2 ea 6.3" dia, 6 ea 3.5" dia), 18 beanbags (5" sq), 1 VersaBag mesh storage bag, and activity instructions. Four legs (22.25"H in back, 9.25"H in front) angle the ABS target and fold for compact storage. Ages 3 to 12.