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Tutorial: Angry Peeps Game

1 April 2013 1,288 views 2 Comments

by heather

What to do with leftover Peeps: Angry Peeps Game!

Easter is over, but the Peeps live on for weeks! If you're like me, you have three full boxes of Peeps left in your cabinet. Sure, you could eat them, do Peeps jousting, make a Peeps hat, or do a Peeps treasure hunt. Or, you can create a quick game of Angry Peeps for all your Angry Birds fans. Best of all? It's a real-life activity, and will get your kids up and playing, and away from the screen.

Angry Peeps activity

Project Materials:

  • 1 package each of Peeps Bunnies and Peeps Chicks, $2
  • Easter treat boxes, $1
  • A paddle-ball toy (ball & string removed), $1

Total: $4 (or $2 if you already have the Peeps on hand, which you totally do.)

Angry Peeps game in action (Angry Birds!)

To Play Angry Peeps:

1. Stack up Easter gift boxes (mine came 8 to a pack for $1), and place Peeps chicks on the boxes.

2. Step a few feet away, and launch a Peeps bunny toward the stack of boxes and birdies.

3.  You get three tries to try to knock all the chicks off the boxes.

What to do with leftover Peeps -- Angry Peeps Game -- Dollar Store Crafts!

My three sons liked this game, but I have to admit, the number of Peeps dwindled after a few rounds.

p.s. Thanks to staffer Carissa for taking these photos, including that amazing action shot of the Peep in mid-flight! :)

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  • Amy said:

    What a great idea and you can eat the game too!

  • Danie said:

    How creative and fun, great post.

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