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How to Play Cornhole (Kids Rules) | Sunshine Dad
Cornhole is a fantastic day to play on a fall afternoon when you don't have a care in the world or anything to do for hours. It's also very addictive, so watch out! Here's how to play the perfect barbecue game. The Box and the Bags First, get your supplies. The box should be 2 feet long and one foot wide. It should also slope downward from the back with a round hole toward the top. The cornhole bags are typical beanbags, with two sets of colors. Set Up the Game When you set up the game, you should place the boxes about 15 feet apart or whatever feels comfortable. With children, it's a good idea to move them as close together as they need to be. Otherwise, kids tend to get frustrated fast if they can't reach their target. One player from each of the two teams stands at one of the boxes. One side starts with the bags so that both teams are ready to shoot. Players may not go past the front end of the set to make their throws. You might want to mark this with a piece of tape (or use your