Outdoor Checkers - Make big beanbags or use two colors of Frisbee disks for the checkers. Have kids take turns moving their pieces across the board. Set up teams to involve everyone in the fun. At the end, the winning team gets a fun prize, and the other team sets up the board to avenge the loss. From BHG
I think this is do-able! Precast pavers edged in brick make a suitable board for a large game of checkers. Lightweight wooden rounds, painted in contrasting colors, help make the game less about weightlifting and more about strategy.