November 4, 2019

Simple Outdoor Games

Today we have five new ideas all about Outdoor Games. The first one is called the Duck Duck Splash. The second one is called the Hula Blockers. The third one is called the Rabbit Hole. The fourth one is called the Alphabet Hopscotch. And the last one is a video about different Outdoor Party Games. Enjoy!


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Duck Duck Splash
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Duck Duck Splash

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+4

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Items likely found at home 

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This game is easy and fun for preschool and middle school children! It is just a wetter take on the original Duck, Duck, Goose children’s game.

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Hula Blockers
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Hula Blockers

Best for Ages:


+4

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Items likely found at home 

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While in the waiting room of the pediatrician's office, I was browsing through an issue of Family Fun magazine. I came across this simple and fun game using a couple of hula hoops and a bean bag. Now, I can't remember what name they gave the game in the magazine, so we decided to call it "Hula Blockers". The kids loved chanting " Hu-la Block-ers, Hu-la Block-ers" while someone was preparing to throw. I loved how totally simple this game was to set up and play, yet still really fun for all of us.

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Rabbit Hole
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Activity:


Rabbit Hole

Best for Ages:


+4

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Items likely found at home


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Group games for kids are awesome for inspiring teamwork and creativity, all while promoting important developmental skills like balance, coordination, and motor control! Check out Rabbit Hole – one of our most popular group games here at The Inspired Treehouse!

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Alphabet Hopscotch
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Alphabet Hopscotch

Best for Ages:


+3 

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Items likely found at home

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Alphabet Hopscotch is a great way to practice the alphabet while building gross motor skills and all you need is sidewalk chalk (affiliate link)! My 5 year old loved it and even my older boys had fun making their way through the alphabet. So simple to set up and great for getting kids outside and moving!

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Outdoor Party Games
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Outdoor Party Games

Best for Ages:


+4

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Items likely found at home

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Outdoor party games for kids shows seven outdoor games that you can play with a large or small group of kids. Supplies needed are very simple: frisbees, twister, pool noodles, marshmallows, cups, index cards and bubble wrap.

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