Checkers is one of the most fun thinking games, and it’s relatively easy to learn—even for kids! This giant, backyard version makes the game all the more fun for a warm afternoon outdoors!
- In a well-ventilated area, spray paint your frisbees—12 red and 12 black. Once the paint has dried, add a second coat, if necessary.
- Roll out your rug and measure all of your squares. Each square should be 18”x18”.
- Spray paint every other square black. Allow to dry. Tip: when you are ready to spray paint your black squares, use trash bags to cover the squares you don’t want black. This will protect them from getting any spray paint on them.
- Follow the traditional rules of checkers to play.
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