Sports of all Sorts
Check out this simple version of a pairs game that's played all over the world. It's a great way to practice estimating and predicting mathematical outcomes.
It's easy to be a master Italian chef with this target practice game played with a pizza board constructed out of felt and Velcro bean bag "toppings."
Run, jump, and skip your way to physical fitness as your exercise with dice! It's a perfect party or family game.
While building his own croquet set, your kindergartener will use both his math an fine motor skills and as he plays he'll improve his hand-eye coordination.
This variation on the game of tag combines exercise, teamwork, and a little friendly trickery.
Your child will need to combine his sporty hand-eye coordination skills with his math skills to become the bullseye king.
Imagine you're an aborigine from Australia by creating a painted boomerang made out of cardboard!
Develop your child's hand-eye coordination in a fun and engaging way by challenging her to a game of Drop Catch.
Help your second grader make his own badminton set--out of your old pantyhose! He'll delight in his crafty independence, and you'll love saving money.
Gather the neighborhood children together and host an Olympic Games for Kids, right in your own backyard!