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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Challenge your third grader and a few friends to teamwork and laughs with these boisterous indoor Christmas games.
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Host a royal party full of "please and thank you" - even the queen would approve. Have a ball while your kids practice etiquette!
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Introduce your fifth grader (and friends) to a unique Jewish tradition by paying homage to the Maccabiah games by engaging them in their own makeshift games!
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Horse chestnuts are inedible, but British children found a fun use for them around the 1840s by turning them into a game called Conkers.
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Have the kids use sidewalk chalk to draw portraits of their family and, in the process, learn about familial relationships.
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Your children will squeal with delight when they discover all the mishaps that come about after a visit from the leprechaun.
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Introduce your youngster to this Japanese version of Pin the Tail on the Donkey.
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Introduce your fifth grader to the Kinara, part of the Kwanzaa tradition, by playing this fast-paced, two player game!
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Little kids love this messy but fun Easter party game: bob for chocolate Easter eggs in a giant blob of whipped cream. The first one to find all her eggs wins!
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Your fourth grader will get his mind working with this simple "Chanukah" anagram game. He will hone her language and spelling skills with this one!
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Your kids will love this tradition of finding a leprechaun's gold hidden all over.
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Picnic getting boring? Here's a fun game that gets the kids moving around, and doing a little addition while they're at it.
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Kids get to play mad scientist in this wacky drawing game that's a great way to help kids to mellow out after the high-energy antics of recess.
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Next time your child says he's bored, suggest a game of Toe Fencing! It's a silly and physical game that can be played anywhere, any time.
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It's that time of the year again! Celebrate the start of a new school year with a back to class bash, complete with arts and crafts, food and games.
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Teach your child golf without the clubs! Introduce her to Pebble Golf, a fun beach game and a great way to develop her depth perception.

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