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The Shishkaball Ball-Drop Game is fun for kids (and grown-up kids)! Check out this list of 13 DIY backyard games and play structures from This Old House.

32 Fun DIY Backyard Games To Play (for kids & adults!) Since Annabelle loves her Connect 4 game!

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Cut pool noodles in half. Scatter 20 or so balloons on the ground around a laundry basket. Give players 5 mins to move as many balloons as possible into the laundry basket using only the pool noodle.

Omg how fun does this look!!

Giant foot yard game for BFG theme. Note: be sure to instruct players to put feet inside rope handles.

Minute to win it games

15 Minute to Win It Party Games

USE SUGAR CUBES. A Bit Dicey as a 15 Minute to Win It Party Game. While holding a craft stick in your mouth, player must stack 6 dice on top of each other on the end and hold for 3 seconds.

Ninja balloons for nerf guns! Great for days inside. Fun for all ages :)

Balloon ninjas to shoot with nerf guns. This is a fantastic idea! Great for little boys! I know this was posted as an idea for little boys. but I think I'd like to have a nerf gun battle with these ninjas.

Water Balloon Catch: This wet and wacky game is as refreshing as a dip in the pool. On a hot day, even if you drop the ball, you're still cool.

Recycle an old water or milk jug by cutting off the bottom, taping the cut edges and using it as a Water Balloon Catcher.See how many times you can toss the balloons without breaking them or how far you can catch and throw them. Could do white balloons

Tutorial: Oversized Memory Game Take this classic game outside and get some fresh air and exercise with the kids

Could be great for math games - Tutorial: Oversized Memory Game Take this classic game outside and get some fresh air and exercise with the kids

To make a DIY outdoor version of Jenga get out some 2x4’s and cut them into approx 10 ½ ” long pieces. Once you have 54 pieces, sand them up a little, stack ‘em, and challenge everyone to a match!    Our favorite bar has one of these on the patio -- giant jenga! Super fun!

To make a DIY outdoor version of Jenga get out some and cut them into approx 10 ½ ” long pieces. Once you have 54 pieces, sand them up a little, stack ‘em, and challenge everyone to a match! Our favorite bar has one of these on the patio -- giant jenga!

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