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Outdoor Games for Kids' Parties
Sometimes old-fashioned, outdoor games are the best games for a group of kids looking for some wholesome fun.

 

You’re Invited to a Carnival!

Birthday parties at home are memorable ways to celebrate your child's birthday. Plan a themed party to make the day even more exciting and also more focused. How about a carnival? 


 

What to Send Your Camper from Home

Camp care packages are all the rage these days. And camp directors and other sleep-away summer camp pros couldn’t be more enthusiastic — as long as the package holds the right stuff.


 

How Babies Develop Vision

Beyond peek-a-boo, here are four games and activities that can help a baby improve eyesight and achieve better hand-eye coordination skills along the way.


 

Art And Crafts Projects for a Rainy Day
Plan ahead for rainy days. With projects in mind and supplies on hand, you and the kids will welcome the storm clouds.

 

Backyard Water Play

A hose and a backyard equals happy kids!


 

Good, Old-Fashioned Fun!

Games for sizeable numbers of players of all ages are great for summer picnics and other get-togethers. They have easy rules, minimal equipment, and - best of all! - do not require great skill. This means all ages and sizes are welcome. These games are just plain fun. What are you waiting for? Invite the neighborhood kids, cousins, or schoolmates over to play.


 

Make the Most of the Family Room

Family rooms fall under the category of “I’ll know one when I see one,” but otherwise are a little tricky to pin down. 


 

Six Ways to Beat Boredom with Your Kids
Soccer practices, ballet classes and Little League games are fun for the child involved but these activities can be tedious for younger brothers and sisters who watch from the sidelines. With just a little creativity you can turn a potentially boring situation into wonderful bonding time for you and your child.

 

Easter Egg Hunt Surprise!
Easter weekend is a great time for the first outdoor games of the season, and while we all hope for sunshine on Easter, if rain drops fall, don't despair. Transfer activities inside. Even an Easter egg hunt is fun indoors -- although it's most fun outside with the spring sunshine beating down and the flowers spilling color on the still-drab landscape.

 

Planning a Birthday Party for Three-Year-Olds
When your son or daughter turns three, you might decide it's time for a "real" birthday party, complete with other kids and party games. What fun!

 

Family Night Fun

A family game night is one of the easiest and most satisfying events you can plan with your kids. If you make it a regular occurrence, even better! Weekends and school vacations are custom-made for family fun nights, as are weekends.


 

Enjoy Trips to the Supermarket
When you and the kids come up with creative games to play, trips to the supermarket turn into expeditions the whole family can enjoy and learn from.

 

Halloween Fun and Games

Halloween is fast becoming America's favorite holiday -- or one of them! Costumes, jack-o-lanterns, fantastic decorations, trick'r treating, and parties all mark the fun centered around the last day of October.


 

Six Ways to Beat Boredom with Your Kids
Soccer practices, ballet classes and Little League games are fun for the child involved but these activities can be tedious for younger brothers and sisters who watch from the sidelines. With just a little creativity you can turn a potentially boring situation into wonderful bonding time for you and your child.

 

Calling All Campers!

Mail call! If your child is at sleep-away camp, this is an important time of day. Camp may be the only time your kids give “snail mail” a second thought, but for these few summer weeks, the U.S. Postal Service plays a significant role in the lives of many children.


 

Time for a Birthday Party!

When it's time for your youngster to have his first "friends" birthday party -- or even if he's had a few of these already -- remember that the number-one rule for success is that the children have fun.


 

Good, Old-Fashioned Fun!

Games for sizeable numbers of players of all ages are great for summer picnics and other get-togethers. They have easy rules, minimal equipment, and - best of all! - do not require great skill. This means all ages and sizes are welcome. These games are just plain fun. What are you waiting for? Invite the neighborhood kids, cousins, or schoolmates over to play.


 








 
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