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Family Turns Neighborhood Sidewalks Into Giant Monopoly Board For Coronavirus Lockdown

GRIMES, Iowa (CBS Local) -- An Iowa family trying to stay busy during the coronavirus lockdown made a huge Monopoly board game for their neighborhood using sidewalk chalk.

The Erps family spent four hours on Sunday afternoon creating a "neighborhood Monopoly masterpiece" in Grimes, WTVT reported.

Connor Erps said he and his two sisters used the project as a break from their studies in dentistry, art education, and accounting.

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Go, Community chest, Reading Railroad, Marvin Gardens, Park Place, Water Works, James Place, and yes, the Jail -- it was all there at the corner of S.W. Maplewood Dr. and S.W. Clark Lane.

They also made oversized dice to play the game.

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