Bounce it, throw it, hit it, or catch it -- these classic and new ball games will keep kids endlessly engaged and having fun.
Communities across the nation are organizing events that encourage local families to come out and play. Why? It's good for kids, it's good for grown-ups -- and it's good, old-fashioned fun.
Four goals, four teams, and a recycled "ball" make this homespun game a little like soccer, squared.
Get moving after a giant feast with a wacky all-ages flag football match
These ball-based games are perfect for the very young.
This test of marksmanship richly rewards the player who can hit all five holes in a single turn.
In this game, players can't see what happens once they've thrown the ball to the other team, so the element of surprise is a big part of the fun.
Have fun playing this indoor game that is a twist on boccie ball.
Spell out some fun with this learning game.
You won't strike out with this fun indoor bowling game
It just wouldn't seem like Thanksgiving without a post-dinner football game.
Kids can practice their placekicking -- and increase the challenge as their aim improves -- with this adjustable goalpost made from pool noodles.
Seaside bowling has its advantages like bare feet allowed, the alley's free, and there's an unlimited supply of pins.