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DIY Outdoor Games For Kids - Page 2 of 2 - Princess Pinky Girl
the BEST list of summer fun activities for kids! and you can do them all without even leaving home! 101 easy cheap crafts, games, and activities, like water balloon pinatas, marshmallow catapults, exploding ice chalk, tin foil rivers, toy car or doll washes, and more!
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this site has really hilarious game ideas for adults and kids. they can be used for birthdays or just a fun game night. love it!
Invite and Delight: Minute to Win It Party
Paper Airplane Target. Could also do this with chalk on the sidewalk
Repeat Crafter Me: Paper Airplane Target
another pin-er said: this was the hit of father's day. the link for instructions is posted next to this pin on the same board. I used 3/8" x 3' square dowels instead of the bamboo plant sticks. The bamboo did not work very well. My mother (89 years) and one of my grandsons (3 years) loved playing it. Have fun!
Fun Game: Shaving cream over a shower cap and then throw Cheetos on top--whoever catches the most, wins. // omg lol
Fun-O-lympics! 6 Olympics Party Ideas
Passing Practice (Outdoor Games for Kids) | Spoonful
Halloween Game: don't step off of the web and try to collect the spiders and ghosts
"Play this every Christmas, but using gloves, makes it way funnier. Have everyone who is playing get in a big circle, one player gets the tape ball & the player in front of them a pair of dice. The player with the ball removes tape as fast as they can & anything they dislodge is theirs to keep. The player with the dice is trying to roll doubles as quickly as they can so they get a turn. As soon as they get doubles they pass the dice to the person next to them & then they get the tape ball."
I'm a Young Women leader...NOW WHAT!: Tape Ball
Alphabet Treasure Hunt. Find something that starts with each letter.
FREE Scavenger Hunt Ideas for Kids~ Children love a mission and a challenge. Scavenger hunts combine a child’s natural curiosity with the opportunity for unstructured learning. They’re fun, and reward children with a sense of achievement. Download Neighborhood and Nature Hunt for non-readers or Sensory and Alphabet Hunts for kids of all ages!
Scavenger hunts for kids
100 Things To Do With Your Kids This Summer via Six Sisters' Stuff