First sign of spring and it's time to play outdoors! And if spring showers come, kids can go indoors with these rainy day activities.
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.
This variation on flashlight tag gives the old favorite an astronomical spin.
Snap funny shots as kids ham it up behind a headless snowman.
Let out your inner artist with this snow-sculpting activity.
Turn a stretch of pavement into a colorful grid for a round of springtime games.
Start a new tradition and make your Easter egg hunt a fun family affair with this holiday hunt. Send the kids searching for a hidden basket of festive Easter treats with this great egg hunt idea.
Bandage tags adds a layer of strategy to the traditional game.
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
This kicky twist on old-fashioned shuffleboard is a great driveway and sidewalk special.
These ball-based games are perfect for the very young.
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.