A stretch of sidewalk is all you need for these great chalk and pavement games.
Turn a stretch of pavement into a colorful grid for a round of springtime games.
This kicky twist on old-fashioned shuffleboard is a great driveway and sidewalk special.
Spell out some fun with this learning game.
Classic games like kick the can never go out of style.
In this game a bit of math adds an educational twist to hopscotch.
Hardtop sluggers don't need a bat and ball to score hits and make outs in this version of baseball.
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.
Get up and get moving with these great-for-all-ages games, which prove that pumpkins aren't just for carving into jack-o'-lanterns and baking into pies.
This classic pavement game is a cross between hangman and shuffleboard.
Turn a spot in your yard into a giant version of the classic paper-and-pencil game tic-tac-toe.
Everybody wins in this pavement group challenge for four or more players.