Kids can make their mark, and practice their hand-eye coordination, with these fun games they'll want to do over and over again.
Kids should try their hands -- make that feet! -- at this variation on dodgeball.
This version of the Aborginal game gorri is a great backyard activity.
Players strengthen their ball-handling skills in this fun mash-up between soccer and bowling.
Half the fun of this marble-rolling game is creating the circuslike target.
This lightning-quick backyard game is a mash-up of tag, basketball, and color identification.
In this game of backyard catch, the ball calls the shots.
In this relay race, team members must be both swift of foot and steady of hand.
Pennies take the place of marbles in this version of a traditional game with its own rich lingo.
Players will see spots before their eyes when they play this version of the classic midway game, Polka Dot Penny Pitch.
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.
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.
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.