A stretch of sidewalk is all you need for these great chalk and pavement games.
Kids are sure to get a kick out of this hands-off game.
In this party game, the aim is to knock as many of the Devil's Marbles out of the circle as possible.
A sidewalk ball game for all ages.
A version of checkers made for the great outdoors.
Incorporate bottle caps into this fun twist on the game hopscotch.
This simple driveway game accommodates a few players or a large group.
This game makes a big splash with kids, especially on a hot day.
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.
In this twist on a classic game, a single toss can bring about a reversal of fortune.