What else can you use kitchen paper roll for? You can create a toss and throw game for your child! Make toss rings by getting your child to paint or decorate paper plates. To make the stand, cut a hole in a paper plate that will fit the kitchen roll.
To add a little purposeful play to this activity, I glued Chinese words that Rae learnt @Berries on the paper plates. The rule of game is she has to read out the words on each plate before she tosses. You can always glue any new vocabulary or sight words that you want to teach your child.
This game is especially engaging as children need to be very focused to aim. It also develops motor skills as the child uses eye-hand coordination as well as large muscles in the act of tossing.