Here’s a fun way for preschoolers to expend some excess energy on a day stuck indoors – Duple LEGO® Mini Golf!

Duplo Lego Mini Golf

We used a ping pong ball for our golf ball – I didn’t want a real golf ball flying through the house!  We used plastic cups for the “holes,” although Jonathan (age 3) was happy to just hit the ball through the Duplo tunnels.

Duplo Lego Mini Golf

We put together a couple of golf clubs out of PVC pipe.  We have enough lying around that we didn’t even have to cut anything for this project!  (Does that make us weird?)  I hot glued some felt to the bottom of each golf club to keep them from scratching our new wood floors (not in this room, obviously).

Duplo Lego Mini Golf

For younger preschoolers – make the tunnels larger.

Duplo Lego Mini Golf

Need more ideas for busy preschoolers?

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  1. JJ Feb 7, 2015

    This looks like so much fun! I don't think having PVC on hand makes you weird...just prepared for anything. :o)

    JJ
    www.dressupnotdown.blogspot.com

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    1. Kikirime Feb 8, 2015

      Cool idea!! You are always a great inspiration for lego activities, thanks for sharing them :-)

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      1. Pinkoddy Feb 11, 2015

        That is such a sweet idea - I have pinned it to my LEGO board

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