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of a 'carnival idea' found while searching on the Internet:
"Set up a dart game"
a great idea, but it doesn't give you much to work with. What
if you want ideas on how to set it up because your budget
won't support an expensive 'official' dart game booth set
from a carnival vendor?
idea listed in the Ultimate Carnival Ideas Resource Guide
game: The player throws a dart from behind a clearly marked
line, pops a balloon and wins a prize.
sure that the line to stand behind is clearly marked (for
those that like to cross it
). Consider having a second
line closer to the target for younger players.
aware of everything AROUND the booth
for those who
may be lousy shots. Make sure that the person working the
booth is safely out of the path of any thrown darts.
ensure safety, use sharp darts and full balloons. (Half
inflated balloons can bounce dull darts away) If you are
blowing up balloons, you'll have to make sure that you blow
them up ahead of time and keep the supply nearby. Special
hint: The smaller the balloon
the quicker they blow
A variation is to offer different prizes for different balloon
colors or sizes - e.g. the smaller the balloon hit, the
bigger the prize or more prize tickets they earn.
sure that the board you choose easily accepts the darts
(it can't be too hard or the darts will ricochet off possibly
hitting someone - or just landing someplace you don't want
person working the booth should be the only one handling
the darts while not in use. Do not leave darts loose around
the area and the worker should hand players the darts as
they pay for their turn.
might offer a different number of darts for different prices.
For example, one dart for $1, three for $2 and five for
$3 (it gives players an incentive to spend more and increase
their chance to win.)
you'd rather stay away from sharp darts, consider magnetic
darts or suction cup style darts. (Use a sheet of metal
found at local hardware or home supply stores).
of balloons can also be placed on the targeting area - you
can paint or draw directly on the target or tape up paper
targets. Rather than balloons, you can choose an image that
relates to your carnival or booth theme - if you have one.
For example if you title the booth 'Shoot for the Stars'
- then you could use stars, moons or rocket ships as targets.
make sure that you have enough to work with so that you are
able to customize the game to meet your exact needs.
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