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Sidewalk chalk games are one of the easiest ways you’ll find to prompt active, imaginative outdoor play. I’ll bet you have a few sticks of sidewalk chalk stashed away somewhere (or more likely, a whole bucket of the stuff). It’s inexpensive, and kids love it.

But have you ever thought about using it. Unique Sidewalk Chalk Art Ideas. Laying Down Photo Ops. Create fun, interactive pictures on the sidewalk or driveway that kids can use as a photo opportunity. The more imaginative Chalk Mandalas.

Nature Stencil Art. Chalk Splatter Paintings. Pointillism Pictures.

Here are some creative and easy ways for kids to play with chalk games outside: Hopscotch – Who doesn’t think of hopscotch when they first hear sidewalk chalk games? This fun and simple classic provides opportunities to practice jumping, balancing, throwing, taking. Play Backyard Twister with this super fun idea from Danya Banya. Create a Sidewalk Chalk Obstacle Course from Toot’s Mom is Tired. Use chalk to create Outdoor Building Blocks from The Natural Homeschool.

Try these Outdoor Imaginary Play Ideas with Chalk from NutureStore. 15 Sidewalk Chalk Activities for Kids Any sunny day, no matter the season, you might see my children and I drawing outside with sidewalk chalk. But once spring and summer arrive, our chalk activities go on overload. (2) Sidewalk Paint Word Tracing Game: Alternatively, have your kids use sidewalk paint (tutorial for a DIY version at Mess For Less or buy our favorite Crayola version here) to paint over the letters.

Such a fun and engaging way to get in that repetition practice. 15 awesome games and activities to do with sidewalk chalk! July 15, 2016 By Kimbo So listen guys We have probably every color of sidewalk chalk–and when my kids say they are bored I say, “go do sidewalk chalk” and they usually doodle some pictures and are done. These sidewalk chalk games are easy to create and fun to play.

In a matter of minutes, your children can create a variety of activities to play alone or with friends. 10 Sidewalk Chalk Games For Kids – Outdoor Play. I found 10 games to play with chalk for my own three kids, but I wanted to pass it along to you as well.

I think everyone is. LITERACY Themed Sidewalk Chalk Activities for Kids. Draw a letter carrot and hop to find the matching letter in this super cute Sidewalk Chalk Bunny Alphabet Game. Grab 5-10 sight words that you want to practice and try this Sidewalk Chalk Sight Word Game. Try converting some of your children’s favourite indoor games and activities to outdoor sidewalk chalk adventures – here are some fun ideas for games and learning.

Snakes & Ladders This is a fun game for all ages and the best part is you can design the board however you like after drawing out your custom-sized grid.

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Simply chalk in dotted or straight lines for children to walk or run along.

“Planning Play and the Early Years” by Penny Tassoni, Karen Hucker
from Planning Play and the Early Years
by Penny Tassoni, Karen Hucker
Pearson Education Limited, 2005

• Basketball: Purchase a Nerf or Little Tykes basketball hoop—or just use a wastebasket!

“Therapeutic Activities for Children and Teens Coping with Health Issues” by Robyn Hart, Judy Rollins
from Therapeutic Activities for Children and Teens Coping with Health Issues
by Robyn Hart, Judy Rollins
Wiley, 2011

Using chalk, create several large hopscotch grids on a paved area of your playground (or use masking tape on the floor of your classroom).

“Phonics from A to Z: A Practical Guide” by Wiley Blevins
from Phonics from A to Z: A Practical Guide
by Wiley Blevins
Scholastic Professional Books, 1998

Encourage kids to create their own imaginative games and activities, preferably using readily available natural elements—loose parts like water, sticks, dirt, and rocks.

“How to Raise a Wild Child: The Art and Science of Falling in Love with Nature” by Scott D. Sampson
from How to Raise a Wild Child: The Art and Science of Falling in Love with Nature
by Scott D. Sampson
HMH Books, 2015

Water toys, a sandbox with pail and shovel, finger paints, soap bubbles, and clay provide excellent opportunities for creative and manipulative recreation.

“Wong's Nursing Care of Infants and Children E-Book” by Marilyn J. Hockenberry, David Wilson
from Wong’s Nursing Care of Infants and Children E-Book
by Marilyn J. Hockenberry, David Wilson
Elsevier Health Sciences, 2018

Games appear within the complex of market stands, many of which are simple and easy to win ball-in-holes types aimed at kids; the prizes are cheaper than the tickets, and the kids have fun.

“Dancing Across Borders: Danzas Y Bailes Mexicanos” by Olga Nájera-Ramírez, Norma E. Cantú, Brenda M. Romero
from Dancing Across Borders: Danzas Y Bailes Mexicanos
by Olga Nájera-Ramírez, Norma E. Cantú, Brenda M. Romero
University of Illinois Press, 2009

Use paint colour strips or pieces of different colour wools, stick them on cards and let children find a matching colour on their walk.

“Beginning Teaching, Beginning Learning: In Early Years and Primary Education” by Janet R. Moyles, Jan Georgeson, Jane Payler
from Beginning Teaching, Beginning Learning: In Early Years and Primary Education
by Janet R. Moyles, Jan Georgeson, Jane Payler
McGraw Hill/Open University Press, 2011

Cardboard blocks or empty juice cans are easier to set up and enable children quickly to get on with the game.

“Physical Knowledge in Preschool Education: Implications of Piaget's Theory” by Constance Kamii, Rheta DeVries
from Physical Knowledge in Preschool Education: Implications of Piaget’s Theory
by Constance Kamii, Rheta DeVries
Teachers College Press, 1993

Choose a square of needed to play sidewalk that doesn’t have very many cracks or bumps the game.

“Spectrum Writing, Grade 3” by Spectrum
from Spectrum Writing, Grade 3
by Spectrum
Carson Dellosa Education, 2014

Water toys, a sandbox with a pail and shovel, finger paints, soap bubbles, and clay provide excellent opportunities for creative and manipulative recreation.

“Wong's Essentials of Pediatric Nursing: Second South Asian Edition” by A. Judie
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by A. Judie
Elsevier Health Sciences, 2018

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