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Kiddie Soiree: Detective Birthday Party

The DIY Couple: Yard Game Table

Pirate Party Game: Hook Toss. Parents need this for the annual party

Foam Geometric Shapes for Kids Obstacle Course by One Step Ahead. $19.95. Create your own backyard obstacle course with these soft foam shapes! Endless possibilities: you can also use as targets for balls and flying discs. Kids will have a blast inventing original games, inspiring activity and creativity. It's an agility course outside, a life-size building set inside! Obstacle course set includes four geometric shapes, connectors, and stands. Soft, safe foam. 15-min...

Maybe Challenge players to build a splash pad with no plans but a box full of these materials, including a brand new tarp, tent stakes, hose, sprinkler, heavy duty plant stakes & some pool noodles. :-) …

12 hours to freeze a Giant 3-layer ice cube: 1st layer water = sea creatures with blue food coloring; 2nd layer water = farm animals in green food coloring; 3rd layer water = clear with birds or dinosaurs.

Such a Cool idea!! MUST. DO. THIS!!!! Brave Girl's DIY Bow and Arrow

Sugar Cookie Medals You'll need three food colors to decorate these cookies. We used turquoise, yellow, and orange pastes; other colors can be used instead. We turned these edible treats into medallions that were hung with ribbon, but they are equally delightful displayed on a large platter.

Hoop Alley Lay out eight plastic hoops in a straight line. Kids step into each hoop, lift it overhead, and drop it behind as they move forward. (Reset the row before the next person's turn.

Red Wagon Slalom Stand colorful foam pool noodles in gallon buckets weighted with sand (or soil or stones) and set up in a zigzag pattern. Fill a wagon with small water balloons. Kids must pull the wagon around the outside of each bucket without spilling any balloons.

Balance Beam Kids set a good pace and, using all the swagger they can muster, get across the two-by-four balance beam in no time. Simply lay an 8-foot-long two-by-four on the grass. Or raise it on 6-by-6-by-12-inch blocks: Drill a hole through each block using a paddle or forstner bit and attach to the underside of the beam with long lag screws. Sand corners, and cushion with pillows.

Kids are handed three sheets of newspaper and must place one beneath every step they take. This is the perfect event to place at a tricky turn in the course.

Backyard Goalpost. Tall green garden stakes, 3 pool noodles + 2 pool noodle connectors. :-)