Make Recess Count!
Here are five fun games to do outdoors that will keep kids' minds and bodies active.
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Fun Outdoor Games
Dribbling helps children develop hand-eye coordination, body awareness, rhythm and timing, and agility. Once your child finds his rhythm, he'll be absorbed by the game and ...
In this leap frog activity, your child will use her muscles to jump over her friends and onto lily pads, as she practices early math skills.
With warm weather finally here, who wants to sit inside to practice graphing? Head out to the driveway, ball in hand, for a bouncing challenge. Then use those results to make a ...
Get crabby in this fast and furious game of soccer for two or more players! Your child can compete one-on-one or play with an entire pod of crabs.
Play this fun basketball game to help your third grader master his multiplication tables. Not only will he improve his math skills, but he'll get some exercise in, too!
Looking for a fun and active way to celebrate Read Across America Day? Try this crazy balloon game inspired by "The Cat in the Hat Comes Back" by Dr. Seuss!
A worn-out kitchen sponge or loofah makes the perfect kids' cooling-off tool, especially when used as a makeshift "ball" in a tossing game.
Encourage your kids to play this fun game of Whistle Hide-and-Seek as a warm-up to get them prepared for finding a "lost" camper.