Recycle old cardboard boxes into golf fun.
Cut 6 animal shapes from cardboard.
Cut a semicircular opening from the bottom of each animal.
Paint the shapes.
Fashion a rectangular cross-brace from cardboard, paint it, and join it to the animal shape using an interlocking-slot design: cut a 2-inch slot in the bottom of the animal shape and the top of the brace and fit the two together.
For each tee, cut a small circle from cardboard, tape on an inverted cup snipped from the egg carton, and paint.
To make each hole for the course, center a juice can lid on a small circle of cardboard, trace it, and cut a hole. Tape the juice can lid over the opening with the lipped edge down, then turn the cup over and paint. Tape the short end of a flexible straw to the rim, then bend the long end up and top with a construction paper flag.
For each club, flatten one end of a toilet paper tube and insert it into a slot -- 2 inches long and 1/4 inch wide -- cut into the end of a gift wrap tube. Secure with tape and paint.
Crumple up aluminum foil to make the golf balls.