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Kid Games

Kid Games

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Great team work idea. The strings are tied to a rubber band. Can they work together to pick up the cups and build a pyramid out of them only by holding their own string?

Science Gal: Setting Expectations for Group Work

100 super screen-free play ideas, just right for the summer holidays! This is the most popular post on my blog - and could be just what you need right now?

screen free week kids activities

Candy Medals for family game night - fun idea!

Family Game Night {and some free printables}

A bit dicey... Minute to Win It Game Ideas for Kids, Tweens and Teens by Club Chica Circle

Use Legos to build race lanes for cars - the post shows how to build a simple mechanism to release all the cars at once! Totally fun!

Build a LEGO Race Track for Hot Wheels Cars - Frugal Fun For Boys

Blow Q-tips through straws in this simple blow dart game.

Q-Tip Blow Dart Game

Ping Pong Table DIY: Make it with two juice containers and a wood dowel!

So Awesome. Water guns and ping pong balls

Maze with Painter's Tape - could keep 'em busy for hours ;)

10 Ways to Make Today Magical

7 DIY Dress Up Storage Solutions

Balloon Rockets - easy and fun!

Take an old childhood favorite game and turn it into an opportunity for Learning Fun through Play. You can use it so many ways - practice letters, numbers, vocabulary, colors, etc. Take learning outdoors, get physical, work on those gross motor skills, get in some exercise & have fun while learning! What ways do you learn through play with your kids?

Using the Connect-Four gameboard to practice sight words

Cute Bird Feeder Your Kids Can Make

75+ Ways To Learn With Legos from Crazy in Pre K on (145 pages)

Life size scrabble game. Doing this when I have a yard!

The Teacher's Treasure Chest: Flipping for Place Value

Earth Day and Recycling Math Center Fun- telling time practice

How to tie shoes in 5 minutes

Whack-a-word! Call out a word and who ever hits it first with the hammer gets to keep it. Could think of lots of applications for this - recognizing sight words, finding rhyming words, learning vocabulary...even Basic facts for math

I wrote sight words on the flat part of the bubblewrap and when they read the word correctly, they got to pop the bubble! It was sight word recognition and an occupational therapy/finger strengthening activity. You could do letter recognition, number recognition, math facts, etc.

Rainy for magnetic letters in the bath tub -- great activity for winter days. This site has SO many fun things for kids to do!!"

Fort made from hula-hoop and shower curtain, just hook the rings on the hoop!!

home made outdoor games for the kids parties ect #cubscouts

Story Stones; Kids pull out a stone and tell a story based on the picture.