15 Games to Play with Your Kids the whole Summer
Summer is the time to play with your kids outside — it’s warm, it’s sunny, and there’s a lot of time before it gets dark.
Plastic bottles are perfect for making bowling pins — especially if you fill them with colored water.
A game for the whole family
A brilliant idea to have fun together — pull out the sticks until the rainshower of balls falls down. You can make such a toy yourself very easily.
Such an unusual game of checkers will be interesting to both kids and their parents, while making it only takes an old tree stump and simple stones, like this.
Who says you can only play backgammon inside? Making an outdoor version is easy, and hopping your way while counting the dots is fun for the whole family.
Everyone knows the game of Jenga, and it’s an all-time favorite. Here you can find the instructions on how to make such a game yourself.
If you have an unneeded piece of soap, you can easily turn it into a brigantine braving the ocean waters.
Why bother buying a game of Twister when you can make one yourself in just ten minutes?
Ready! Steady! Go! This game for kids is really simple. Check it out here.
Like the wind!
Who’s the fastest? The answer to this question will be known after a lot of laughter, and there will be plenty of happy memories. It’s described here.
If you have a lot of disposable plates, this is one funny and interesting way to use them to everyone’s joy.
A couple of stones, a checkered surface, and you can challenge your friends to a game of minds.
No one said you can only ride a skateboard. This one is adapted for flying, just like Marty’s in Back to the Future.
Alice in Wonderland
If you have some foam arcs for water aerobics, take a ball and start the family Olympics! Who’s the best striker?
Investigating the world
This simple trick with a paper towel tube will amaze your little kids. A piece of advice, though: don’t use anything hard for missiles, lest your kid is scared by a loud bang.
A road just for kids
Make your own racing course with something you have close at hand, as shown here.