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Whether you're at the pool, at the beach, in the backyard, or just hanging out on a lazy summer day, we have dozens of hot ideas for kids games to play at your 4th of July picnic or summer barbecue.
Everyone gets wet in this aquatic adaptation of musical chairs.
Set off on a family adventure with our collection of easy-to-plan outings.
Got Velcro? It's a "shoe-in" for this relay.
It's blazing hot outdoors ... what can the kids do to find relief and cool off? Just add water to these games for fun in the sun.
Leave your Appaloosa in the stable; all you're gonna need for this kind of bronco bustin' is a standard-issue kid's bike.
A week's worth of summer boredom-busting ideas.
Try this get-wet jump rope game to cool off this summer.
Jazz up jump rope with a splash of water
Here's a simple way for families to exercise both their minds and bodies, creating hybrid games from old favorites.
Turn a spot in your yard into a giant version of the classic paper-and-pencil game tic-tac-toe.
Don't be surprised if this sponge-toss game turns into an all-out water battle.
In this oversize version of the classic game of marbles, kids take aim at a collection of sports balls.
Create instant fun — and strengthen math skills — with this coin game.
The hula hoop is hip again, as a low-impact sport that strengthens core muscles, fosters coordination, and best of all, is fun.
How do you get kids outside and active when it feels too hot to move? Just add water -- as we've done with these four super-cool (off) group games.