Run out of ideas on occupying your toddler? We've got you covered with these fun games and activities your tots (and you!) will love.
A silly web-footed race where kids can pretend to be ducks.
Here's a silly, highly energetic wrestling game.
A close relation to musical chairs, this game uses towels in place of the classic game's seats.
This fun physical challenge tests your spelling skills and your flexibility, and makes a great activity for kids on your next get-together.
In this golf game, which features hazards such as sand traps, a pond, and trees, creating the hole can be as much fun as playing it.
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.
Decidedly more edgy than its country club cousin, our version of shuffleboard is played with juice bottle caps.
Girls express self-confidence in this group game, which paves the way for future kindnesses.
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.
In this magician's version of I Spy, you read your audience's minds to discover the chosen object.