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{Family Game Night} Digital Hot Potato. First player sets the camera timer for the longest setting available and starts the countdown. He points the camera at himself for a couple of seconds, then passes it to the person on his left. The other players do the same until the camera snaps a shot. The person whose photo is taken must share it with the group, then perform a forfeit or tell something funny about himself before play resumes. The last person to avoid having his picture taken wins. Fun!

It is always the simplest activities that kids love - foil plus a hose equals a backyard play river- FUN!

a babysitter's dream: recipes for moon sand, flubber, sidewalk paint, window paint, play dough, shaving cream paint, bubbles, and more.

Squirt gun painting for a fun time this summer in your BACKYARD.. #SUMMER #ART

Glenwood Canyon Resort: resort cabins located at upper end of resort

Sidewalk Chalk Games! So simple. I need to go get some chalk!

Spider web game. Just use painter's tape to make the web and have the kids throw wads of paper at it to see if they can get it to stick. what a great rainy day activity in a cabin or lodge!

Playground Scavenger Hunt - Kids love to explore new places to play! Print this free scavenger hunt and find new playgrounds to explore with the kids!


Do your kids love all things fairy? Here is a Fairy House Kit by Curly Birds.

Do your kids love all things fairy? Here is a Fairy House Kit by Curly Birds.

a whole youtube channel where classic childrens stories are read outloud. My kids love these!

The FLOUR game! Another pinner said "grew up playing this game almost every family night. we LOVED it! I haven't remembered it for years until seeing here on pinterest!" This looks like a fun tradition to start.

FREE online Interactive Lego Magazine

Awesome site...lets you upload any pic and convert to a coloring page. Make coloring books for kids. This is SO awesome!

Did you lose your LEGO® instructions from ages ago? Or maybe you just want to walk down memory lane? Let's Build it again! We have Old LEGO® instructions going all the way back to 1966, and currently have 1243 different LEGO® set instructions.

Awesome New Year's tradition: Make a video interviewing your children asking them questions about their future, their favorite things, etc...

This *almost* makes me want to get pregnant again just so I can do this!