Kids don't have to go far to play these simple and fun games outdoors.
Teach an old pool noodle a new trick by turning it into a backyard raceway for kids' marbles.
This kicky twist on old-fashioned shuffleboard is a great driveway and sidewalk special.
Spell out some fun with this learning game.
In this game of backyard catch, the ball calls the shots.
This classic pavement game is a cross between hangman and shuffleboard.
Players strengthen their ball-handling skills in this fun mash-up between soccer and bowling.
Turn a stretch of pavement into a colorful grid for a round of springtime games.
In this relay race, team members must be both swift of foot and steady of hand.
In this game a bit of math adds an educational twist to hopscotch.
This challenge may sound simple, but it's a tricky test of grace and speed.
Hardtop sluggers don't need a bat and ball to score hits and make outs in this version of baseball.
Classic games like kick the can never go out of style.
This colorful game of tag infuses hide-and-seek elements, putting players on an exciting quest.
Your child can perfect his pedaling skills with this creative bicycle challenge built for two ... or more.
In this twist on a classic game, a single toss can bring about a reversal of fortune.
Here's a fast-paced playground game adapted to the driveway for a small group of players.
This friendlier version of dodgeball features softer, no-sting balls and emphasizes team strategy.
Kids can practice their placekicking -- and increase the challenge as their aim improves -- with this adjustable goalpost made from pool noodles.
This exciting version of hide and seek packs a ton of fun
Everybody gets to carry the flag in this Fourth of July relay parade.
If you need a quick game for a birthday party or field day, you can't bea the old classic Mother May I? All you need for this timeless game is a wide open space and eager players. Oh, and your best manners.
Kick the Disk
Penny Spoon Race
Free the Fowl Game
Tic, Tac...Oh No
Save the King
Flag Tag Relay
Mother, May I?