Published on April 8, 2020

It’s always a good time for putt-putt!

Using leftover materials lying around the house like empty garden pots, lengths of downpipes, pool noodles, pieces of wood and plastic cups, children can create a backyard putt-putt course.

But don’t let the kids have all the fun. A family putt-putt game should definitely be on the agenda.

This can also work for an indoor activity on wet and rainy days.

Thank you to Mrs Tina Newstead, Junior School Assistant, for sharing this staycation activity. Tried and tested by her teenage children.

putt putt course


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