Also known as "paper plates tennis", this is a low-cost way of keeping your kiddies engaged in fun, light sports at home.
--WHAT YOU'LL NEED--
Plastic spoon/empty kitchen roll
Assemble your tennis rackets by taping a plastic spoon or empty kitchen roll to the back of your paper plate. For added fun, have your kids customize their rackets by drawing or painting on them first.
Set up a mini court. Get two chairs and stand them at a decent distance from each other. Then tie a string from one chair to the other, keeping it leveled.
Stand on one side of the string while your child stands on the other and start the match!
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