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Best Family Games to spend quality time together On this page we will show you our all-time favorite games. Games the whole family can enjoy and that’s why they are called: Best Family Games. Playing games with the family is a really important and fun activity to do. There are so many great, fun indoor games and when you … Read More..

Best Lego Games for Kids A big hype in Europe ! Introducing LEGO Games, the world’s first collection of games you build, play and change. With buildable LEGO Dice and changeable rules, these creative board games are a great way of having fun together with family and friends. Lego Games are terrific because your child needs to put it … Read More..

Best Geography Board Games for Kids It’s right there on the map! Playing Geography Board Games is an easy and fun way to stimulate the important geography education of our kids. Our pitiful knowledge of geography has been well documented for the last decade and it’s only going down… So it seems to be very useful to start early … Read More..

Best I Spy Games for Children I Spy Games for kids are excellent for children who love the famous I Spy Books. The challenge of searching for items and then find them is rewarding and exciting. These games transform the search and find theory from I Spy into very entertaining and educational Games. There are memory type, bingo type, … Read More..

Best Children Word Games Children word games are focused on letter recognition and beginning reading. Some games use phonics to form words. These games are extremely educational, because it teaches the children creativity, letter sounds and word recognition. Children board games that stimulates phonics SIGHT WORD BINGO Swing the arrow and read the word on the spinner. Then match … Read More..

Best Preschool Board games for your Children Board games can be played as young as the age of 3 and up. The preschool board games are especially designed for children who are not yet able to read. It is though a very good opportunity to learn them to count, sort and get them used to follow rules and take … Read More..

Quick Spring Outdoor Activity

Chalk Obstacle Course

This is a fun variation of Hopscotch that the kids can build themselves and it will bring their creativity out.

The kids draw all kind of stations on the ground with chalk and at each station you need to do an activity.

A few examples:

- Hop like a frog from one circle to the next
- Growl like a bear
- Walk on all fours over the line to the next station
- Tossing challenge: toss a little pebble in the circle
- Hop on one leg around the circle like a stork
- Draw a circle and bounce a ball 10 times in the circle

Let them come up with better ideas!

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