Staying indoors doesn't mean playtime is over...Choose from any of these rainy day activities and games for fun.
Here, speed and balance go hand in hand to create an action-packed marble relay.
This variation of the classic party game has a mind-blowing twist: competitors have to guess which items they're supposed to find.
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.
Games for your child and his shadow.
Keep kids' spirits high on Thanksgiving with this fun game.
Make up your own celestial pictures in this creativity-boosting game.
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.
Scatter this irresistible candy path to your kids' Easter baskets.
With a friend, three pennies, and a good flick shot, you can instantly transform your kitchen table into a hockey rink.
Show your child how to break a string with her bare hands.
Test your aim with this fun marbles game.
No benchwarmers are allowed in this building game where family members use a hair-tie lasso to stack towers of cans and boxes.
Amaze an audience with this April Fools' ESP trick.
Turn your family members into wrestlers competing on a pizza- box stage with this creative indoor game.
An empty pizza box gets a sporty transformation into a tabletop soccer arena with this indoor game.
This quick-paced game encourages group creativity, and the resulting drawings are often hilarious.
Bring the thrill of the gridiron to your living room wall with this pigskin version of Pin the Tail on the Donkey.
Here's an amusing indoor race that challenges kids' balancing skills, penguin style
For this lively snowman competition, you don't have to venture outside, but you will need a willing partner, at least two additional players -- and a roll of toilet tissue.
Never underestimate the power of silliness to double up your kids in laughter. And in this game, in which players madly swing oranges suspended in panty hose, laughing yourself silly is no stretch.
In this magician's version of I Spy, you read your audience's minds to discover the chosen object.
This game requires a bit of prep but is well worth the effort. Put a small prize in a small box, tape it well, and gift wrap it.
You can walk on balloons with this fun game.
Let your fingers do the kicking -- and passing and trapping -- in this tabletop version of the world's favorite game.
Hop from feather iceberg to feather iceberg in this game inspired by penguins.
Using just your breath, make a Ping-Pong ball jump.
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.
To entertain your holiday guests, create showstopping presentations with this quick-change version of charades.
This mitten game is a sure fit for winter fun.
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.
As if building with LEGO® blocks wasn't enough, these fun activities gives kids additional ways to use the colorful bricks for play.
Has lousy weather spoiled your plans for a big game? Catch some gridiron action on the kitchen table instead.
A hybrid tabletop variation that serves up the fun of two classic games.
Pay homage to the Pilgrims' 1620 voyage with your own (albeit drier, shorter, and less treacherous!) crossing -- of the living room.
Roll Out the Marble
Psychic Scavenger Hunt
Indoor Foot Volleyball
Jelly Bean Trail
Play Three-Penny Hockey
Read Your Friend's Mind
Panty Hose Polo
A Little Black Magic
Walking on Air
Paper Ball Soccer
Make a Ping-Pong Ball Jump
Human Slide Show
15 Unexpected Ways to Use LEGO®s
Tiddledywinks Tennis Game
Cross The Sea
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