Ring toss

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Ring Toss by William Merritt Chase, 1896

A ring toss is a game where rings are tossed around a peg.[1] It is common at carnivals.[2] A variant, sometimes referred to as "ring-a-bottle", replaces pegs with bottles, where the thrower may keep the bottle (and its contents) if successful.[3]

Ring toss is also a game for toddlers and children that can assist in the development of motor skills and hand-eye coordination development.[4][5]

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  1. ^ Pica, Rae (2006). "Ring Toss". Great Games for Young Children: over 100 games to develop self-confidence. Beltsville, MD: Gryphon House, Inc. ISBN 0-87659-006-7. Retrieved November 11, 2011. At a carnival, the ring toss involves a very small ring being tossed onto a very small peg, which reduces the opportunity for success — even for adults!
  2. ^ Montemayor, Ann Margret (October 19, 2011). "Carnival fun at Holy Trinity". The Miami County Republic. Retrieved November 11, 2011. The carnival featured classic games such as ring toss, a cake walk and a fishing booth, along with some unique activities[...]
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  4. ^ Creative Resources for Infants and Toddlers
  5. ^ The Power of Playful Learning: The Green Edition

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