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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.
This kicky twist on old-fashioned shuffleboard is a great driveway and sidewalk special.
These ball-based games are perfect for the very young.
Count your cubes before they melt!
It just wouldn't seem like Thanksgiving without a post-dinner football game.
Need a group activity for a fall gathering? Have your brood try their hands at this game of fowl play.
Kids can practice their placekicking -- and increase the challenge as their aim improves -- with this adjustable goalpost made from pool noodles.
Gather your guests for this silly game that is as much fun to watch as it is to play.
Prehistoric party-goers will dig this energy-burning bone hunt.
This game of quick reflexes and steady nerves lets you find out who's the ghost with the most.
Hawaiian partygoers will get a laugh out of giving this contest a whirl.
If you need a quick game for a birthday party or field day, you can't bea the old classic Mother May I? All you need for this timeless game is a wide open space and eager players. Oh, and your best manners.
Everyone gets wet in this aquatic adaptation of musical chairs.