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Games Your Kids Will Never Tire of Playing – Parachute Man

March 4, 2015

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This is a version of the classic game Hangman. The big difference between this version and the original is that the game starts with a full picture and pieces are erased rather than a partial picture with pieces added. Object To guess the hidden word before all the lines on the parachute have been erased. […]

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Games Your Kids Will Never Tire of Playing – Duck, Duck, Goose (plus an awesome outdoor variation!)

January 21, 2015

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This game is fun and a great mix of quiet and active! This game can be played inside or outside. It requires little or no equipment. Duck, Duck, Goose is a well-known game that kids love! It is simple and lots of fun! The object of the game is for two players to run around […]

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Games Your Kids Will Never Tire of Playing – Pirate

April 25, 2014

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This is a game of strategy. Kids love this game! Pirate is a quiet, circle game that is great as a transition from more active games. It is also a great choice if you are in a situation where you don’t have a lot of space or if you have to be quiet because other […]

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Games Your Kids Will Never Tire of Playing – Steal the Bacon

June 28, 2013

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I love this game! It involves strategy, chasing, tagging, and lots of fun! This game is best suited to elementary children in grades 3-6. Younger children do not always get the strategy involved in playing this game, although they do enjoy chasing each other! This game can be played inside or outside. The only equipment […]

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Games Your Kids Will Never Tire of Playing-Kick the Can

June 10, 2013

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This is a fun, outside game that combines elements of hide and seek and tag! It can be played with as few as three players. You need a big space with some open areas and lots of hiding places. You will also need something to act as base like a frizbee and a can or […]

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