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Ice skating, snowman building contests, sledding. Is it any wonder that winter is a great time to be a kid?
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.
Get kids moving -- and practicing basic math processes -- with this versatile ball-toss game.
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.
A hybrid tabletop variation that serves up the fun of two classic games.
A whole lot of silliness ensues in this crazy musical chairs-style game.
Your kids don't need a gymnasium to get some exercise on a cold winter's day -- this version of volleyball can be played indoors without risk to lamp or limb.
For this lively snowman competition, you don't have to venture outside, but you will need a willing partner, at least two additional players -- and a roll of toilet tissue.
For a wacky game, challenge teams of guests to design their own snow guys.
Plan a cutting-edge skate date for your kids and their friends with terrific games, take-along eats, and other cool ideas.
Eight ways to have fun in the snow.