Group Games for Kids

Check out these great hands-on games that kids can play in the classroom, on the playground, or at home for an afternoon of educational fun! Little learners can review sight words, consonant blends, important math skills, logical reasoning and much more with these fantastic hands-on games that can typically be enjoyed with common household materials like playing cards, construction paper, or sidewalk chalk.

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This cute game that lets your child practice making words, while acting like a Mexican jumping bean! Great for emerging readers.
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When it comes to working kids' muscles, nothing beats an obstacle course! Here are some easy ideas for creating your own course at home.
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Help your first grade reader understand verbs by doing them in this boisterous playground relay race.
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Compare fractions in this two-player math game. The objective of the games is to work together to determine who has created the largest fraction.
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The human knot game is a perfect team-building exercise and a fun activity that's sure to bring lots of laughs along the way.
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Try a fun Mother's Day game for moms and kids to play together!
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Try these story starters - creativity and sequencing skills combine to create wild stories that will have the whole family in stitches!
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This version of the carnival game where you try to toss chips into a cup, to win a fabulous prize, gives kids a boost in early writing and reading.
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With nothing more than a flat open space and some lively kids, you can reinforce key concepts of punctuation while having lots of healthy laughs.
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Simon Says is a classic outdoor game that young children love. Promote your child's development and improve listening skills by playing the game in a new way.
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Play Number Dash with your preschooler and help him learn to identify numbers, write numbers and learn about organized play.
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Competitors go head-to-head only this time it's a race to figure out the lowest common multiple of two numbers; an important step to working with fractions!
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Need an outdoor activity for your next party or family gathering? Try this wacky group relay game that's fun for adults and kids alike.
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Celebrate Read Across America Day with your kindergartener by playing an alphabet balloon volley game inspired by "The Cat in the Hat Comes Back" by Dr. Seuss.
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In this variation on musical chairs, no one gets kicked "out" of the game -- instead, they get to tell other kids what to do!
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Try turning the evening ritual of asking about your kid's school day into a challenging game that consists of twenty questions.
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In this activity your little one will throw a beanbag at a numbered target to help improve her number recognition skills.
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Kids get in lots of letter learning as they play this fun twist on regular tag, which engages their minds as well as their bodies.
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Use old coffee cans and socks to make a beanbag toss game for kids in preschool and kindergarten. This activity is great for math and coordination.
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Exponents can be tricky to learn. Fortunately this game provides plenty of multiplication practice for your math student!

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