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15 Outdoor Party Games Kids Will Love. 1. Cornhole. My son is obsessed with Cornhole. We set it up daily and play a few rounds.

His smile and excitement over winning are so worth it 2. Giant Jenga. 3. Fill The Bucket. 4. Minute To Win It Games.

5. Shaving Cream Balloon Fight. Water Gun Game. Make a splash at your child’s summer birthday party with a fun water game.

For each team, string a plastic bucket on a length of clothesline; make the lines the same length to be fair. With the buckets at one end of the clothesline, arm each team with a hose or large squirt guns. When you have a group of kids over for an outdoor birthday party or play date, it’s handy to have some activity ideas up your sleeve.Outdoor games and activities for children don’t have to be complicated. Simple, easy-to-understand instructions for kids of all ages can encourage hours of active play.That means more time spent outside with their friends, enjoying the sun and. 1. Find the Gummy Bears For this hilariously fun and entirely messy game, you’ll need canned whipped cream (or Cool 2. Homemade Bubbles Bubbles are always a hit, especially when they’re gigantic bubbles!

This homemade recipe makes the 4. Donut Eating Contest Not your traditional donut-eating. Tetherball is a classic party game, but you can actually make it yourself for half the price of purchasing the game! This game that normally costs over $100 can be made as a family project for only $45. Once you have this set up in your yard, it will be a staple for regular backyard play and a favorite for any outdoor party at your home. From Hello My Sweet: An obstacle course makes for an awesome outdoor party game.

You can recreate this obstacle course, which includes a belly crawl and tunnel craw for the kids. These two obstacles are easy DIYs using yarn or yard string, pool noodles and wooden stakes (that can easily be pounded into the ground using a rubber mallet). FOUR PLAYER ACTION – Spikeball is a fun, active, and competitive (if you want it to be) 2 on 2 game played with rules kind of like volleyball; Enjoy outdoors, indoors, lawn, yard, beach, gym, tailgate, family get togethers, vacations, virtually anywhere and for any event FOLDABLE LEGS make the product tougher. Other Outdoor Party Games DIY Plinko (like on the Price is Right) Bean Bag Ladder Toss DIY Ladder Golf Pool Prize Search Humana Piñata Chase Outdoor Pictionary (with this massive DIY chalkboard) Hit the Can DIY Game Outdoor Bean Bag Toss Bucket Ball Toss (using ping pong balls could be really fun!). Send young guests home from your child’s party tired instead of wired with these active party games that work for indoor play.

Adapt them to work with your party’s theme, the number of guests you have and their ages (and how many breakables in your indoor party space). Summer doesn’t have to be ruined due to continued COVID-19 restrictions. These genius indoor and outdoor social distancing games keep kids 6 feet apart from friends while they play.

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Cooperative Games Many games that are played at elementary schools, playgrounds, and birthday parties encourage competition.

“365 Toddler Activities That Inspire Creativity: Games, Projects, and Pastimes That Encourage a Child's Learning and Imagination” by Joni Levine
from 365 Toddler Activities That Inspire Creativity: Games, Projects, and Pastimes That Encourage a Child’s Learning and Imagination
by Joni Levine
Adams Media, 2012

Childrens’ games included jumping rope, swinging, running races, dolls, tops, and buzzer or hummer toys.

“A Native American Encyclopedia: History, Culture, and Peoples” by Barry Pritzker
from A Native American Encyclopedia: History, Culture, and Peoples
by Barry Pritzker
Oxford University Press, 2000

Outdoor group games are popular with the very young, including hopscotch, string figures, and board games.

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from Encyclopedia of Medical Anthropology: Health and Illness in the World’s Cultures Topics Volume 1; Cultures –
by Carol R. Ember, Melvin Ember
Springer US, 2003

Outdoor games included ball, hide-and-seek, and contests.

“Encyclopedia of American Indian History [4 volumes]” by Bruce E. Johansen, Barry M. Pritzker
from Encyclopedia of American Indian History [4 volumes]
by Bruce E. Johansen, Barry M. Pritzker
ABC-CLIO, 2007

Other popular games like “Duck, Duck, Goose, Goose” and “Tag” give children practice in running to a designated “safe” place where no one can get them.

“Trauma Through a Child's Eyes: Awakening the Ordinary Miracle of Healing” by Peter A. Levine, Maggie Kline
from Trauma Through a Child’s Eyes: Awakening the Ordinary Miracle of Healing
by Peter A. Levine, Maggie Kline
North Atlantic Books, 2006

Outdoor games, mainly played by boys, include kānāmāchi (blindman’s buff), cil o hams hams (kite and duck), cor cor or pālān tuktuk (robbery and pursuit), phāńd pātā (trap making), bhāluk nác (bear dance), and lathi khelă (stick game).

“South Asian Folklore: An Encyclopedia: Afghanistan, Bangladesh, India, Nepal, Pakistan, Sri Lanka” by Peter J. Claus, Sarah Diamond, Margaret Ann Mills
from South Asian Folklore: An Encyclopedia: Afghanistan, Bangladesh, India, Nepal, Pakistan, Sri Lanka
by Peter J. Claus, Sarah Diamond, Margaret Ann Mills
Routledge, 2003

I guess that two people don’t really count as a group, but I include the good old “Chutes and ladders” activity for two players, because it’s simple and great for kids who like to create.

“Teaching Kids to Spell For Dummies” by Tracey Wood
from Teaching Kids to Spell For Dummies
by Tracey Wood
Wiley, 2011

Packs of neighborhood kids would play outdoor games such as hide-andgo-seek, freeze tag, capture the flag, and football.

“Tech Generation: Raising Balanced Kids in a Hyper-Connected World” by Mike Brooks, Jon Lasser
from Tech Generation: Raising Balanced Kids in a Hyper-Connected World
by Mike Brooks, Jon Lasser
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A favorite activity for the boys was to play in groups and throw grass or blunted toy spears at another group.

“Sports around the World: History, Culture, and Practice [4 volumes]: History, Culture, and Practice” by John Nauright
from Sports around the World: History, Culture, and Practice [4 volumes]: History, Culture, and Practice
by John Nauright
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Many classic children’s games fall into this category (e.g., Red Light/Green Light, Musical Chairs).

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  • Lovely video. Your family life looks like so much fun, the demonstration of how to create such a fun environment could bless a lot of families:)