Throw a P.E. party in your own backyard that will make fitness fun!
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.
This year, celebrate Father's Day with three hilarious outdoor family games.
Make math fun and easy with this activity that challenges your child to use their addition and multiplication skills to win a race!
Challenge your third grader and a few friends to teamwork and laughs with these boisterous indoor Christmas games.
Use a deck of playing cards to practice place value and other math concepts with your upper elementary child!
Introduce your youngster to this Japanese version of Pin the Tail on the Donkey.
Nothing chases the blues away like a trip to the boardwalk. Bring the fun home with this do-it-yourself version that sneaks in some math practice.
Horseshoes makes a perfect family activity for a summer afternoon. With a bit of cardboard and handful of pennies, you can create your own set!
Encourage a group of third graders to play this fun game of Whistle Hide-and-Seek as a warm-up to get them prepared for finding a "lost" camper.
Looking for something to do on a slow afternoon? Try cornhole, a simple and fun tossing game. Make your own set with a few things from the recycling bin.
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.
Stuck inside on a rainy day? Teach your child a classic kid's game: Five Stones. All you need are five stones and a flat surface.
Teach an important and often comical historical lesson with a prediction game that teaches youngsters about the fallibility of word-of-mouth talk.
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.
Prepare for some scary Halloween counting practice! This game encourages players to knock down cylinders and then add to determine their scores.