Make a backyard bowling alley. Add food coloring to clear plastic bottles of water. Use party streamers as lane margins. Add glow sticks for night bowling. (These would make great outdoor table nightlights also with the glowsticks, gonna try it!
gym -Students will be able to develop fine motor skills -Students will be able to pretend they are doing a "shark run" with square pillows -Students will be able to make it across the whole line without touching the grass.
Summer is right around the corner, have you thought about how to entertain the kids this year? Or maybe you need a fun outdoor game for your Memorial day Party in a few weeks or Fourth of July. We found 10 of the most fun DIY Outdoor Games for Kids and adults to share with you today! … #outdoordiygames
Bean Bag Toss Drill a couple of different sized plastic buckets to a board, and have fun seeing who can get the most bean bags in (or rings, rocks, balls, etc. Keep score by assigning the buckets with different points based on their size.
This Blows! Using a straw, see who can blow a series of plastic cups off the end of the table first. Another spin on this game is to use the air from a balloon instead of a straw to move the cup – this makes it much more challenging!