Use static electricity to make this snake dance.
Make a beaded bracelet with your phone number for little ones to wear.
Kids can help make this DIY ball and then play games with the results.
Learning to read is fun and so is playing games with this simple DIY story cube game.
Use this simple technique to create scratch art.
Use bowling to teach basic number concepts.
A cross between hot potato and musical chairs, Pass the Parcel is the perfect opportunity to be silly.
Everyone gets wet in this aquatic adaptation of musical chairs.
Keep little party animals from climbing the walls with this fun Jungle Book activity page.
For this basketball-shooting challenge, you can bounce the ball in close for easy 1-pointers, or dribble just once and shoot for a 3-pointer.
It takes a secret ingredient -- and a little old-fashioned chemistry -- to amaze your friends with this neat ice-cube trick.
Your kids don't need a gymnasium to get some exercise on a cold winter's day -- this version of volleyball can be played indoors without risk to lamp or limb.
Here, speed and balance go hand in hand to create an action-packed marble relay.
An empty pizza box gets a sporty transformation into a tabletop soccer arena with this indoor game.
This test of marksmanship richly rewards the player who can hit all five holes in a single turn.
Decidedly more edgy than its country club cousin, our version of shuffleboard is played with juice bottle caps.
With a friend, three pennies, and a good flick shot, you can instantly transform your kitchen table into a hockey rink.
20 Awesome Activities For Your 5-Year-Old
Gravity Defying Snake
Phone Number Bead Bracelet
Make a Homemade Bouncy Ball
Story Cube Game
Crayon Scratch Art
Play a Spy Game
Bowling with Math
Pass the Parcel
Jungle Book Activity Page
Lift an Ice Cube With String
Indoor Foot Volleyball
Roll Out the Marble
Paper Airplane Building
Make Glue Paint
Play Three-Penny Hockey
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