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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.
This game's goal is to assemble a whole pie out of paper pizza slices — and to learn about fractions in the process.
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.
This game teaches ball skills and strategy. The strategy is simple, and kids fi gure it out quickly: if you're a free TeamAsteroid member, run toward the planet. The closer you get, the better your chances of hitting it with the asteroid.
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.
Give a friend the pants off your legs -- and make it snappy!
In this playtime favorite, blindfolded parents try to pick out their children's voices in a cacophonous crowd.
Kids love to make noise and use a hose. And you need the lawn and garden watered. Now everyone can win.
Beat the heat on a hot summer day with these toddler-friendly kiddie-pool games.
This scorcher-squelcher morphs two carnival favorites, the dunk tank and target shooting, into an action-packed group game.
This is one bucket brigade that, instead of putting out the fire, is guaranteed to fan the flames of hot competition.
This classic pavement game is a cross between hangman and shuffleboard.