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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.
Let your fingers do the kicking -- and passing and trapping -- in this tabletop version of the world's favorite game.
Decidedly more edgy than its country club cousin, our version of shuffleboard is played with juice bottle caps.
In this magician's version of I Spy, you read your audience's minds to discover the chosen object.
Young magicians will wow their audience with this simple yet convincing trick.
Wheaties or no Wheaties, every kid can display superhuman strength with this simple trick.
Easter may be over, but those colorful plastic eggs get another turn in the spotlight with this game.
Scatter this irresistible candy path to your kids' Easter baskets.
This egg-citing tag game is the perfect addition to any Easter celebration.
The perks of possessing a pair of peepers. Try this fun experiment to help your child discover firsthand how our eyes make such a great pair.
Because our eyes are in two slightly different locations, they each perceive things a bit differently. Each one relays a separate image to our brain, which combines the two pictures into one, giving us a truer view of the world around us.
In this group game, players must put on their poker faces and use sleight of hand to keep a coin from a leprechaun's sight.