Although these strawberries and kiwi look good enough to eat, they’re actually painted rocks for tic-toe-toe. Add a board and […]
Make frisbees from paper plates with your kids. This is a fun activity to do together during the summer or […]
Print out a set of these cute backyard-themed bingo cards and you’re ready to go! This is a fun springtime […]
Turn paper plates and cardboard tubes into a fun family ring toss game. Older kids can cut out the circles […]
Make clay carrots and chicks to use as pieces to play tic-tac-toe with the kids. This is such a cute […]
Use this easy printable to make a spring-themed dice game. It will get the kids up and moving while also […]
Recycle those cardboard egg cartons into a favorite childhood game of checkers. Offer up some Easter candy to the one […]
Turn an empty oatmeal container into a hat that looks just like the one the Cat in the Hat wears. […]
Create felt peanut butter and jelly sandwich components to play an old game idea given new life. The sturdy felt […]
This printable I Spy birthday game is lots of fun. Find and color pictures of birthday-related items, such as party […]
Keep the kids entertained with Pom Pom Hockey. It is a simple activity, made with items you probably already have […]
Challenge the family to a fun and festive Halloween photo scavenger hunt! Work cooperatively or competitively to get the most […]
Turn a few medium sized rocks and a wooden tray into an adorable ladybug tic tac toe game. It’s easy […]
Turn snack time into a game with this edible checkers game. It’s fun to make, fun to play, and even […]
Play Twister in the grass, with no mat needed. What a great way to have some fun in the sun!
Nothing says summer like a good old fashioned water fight! Prepare for an epic battle with homemade sponge bombs.
Summer is here, and what better way to get outside with the family than spending time on a beach? Enjoy […]
Use empty cardboard tubes to create your own stamps, then use them for a fun memory game. We’ve shown seven […]
Print this simple board game to teach children about the food groups and what foods fit into those categories. Not […]
A classic game inspired this fabulous Candy Land cake. Filled with all of their candy favorites, kids of all ages […]
Use dollar star hula hoops to make a fun shark ball game for kids of all ages. This is such […]
You don’t have to be an expert to know that the best way to learn something is through play. Elementary […]
Create a racetrack game from construction paper, then get ready to play! This will provide hours of fun as your […]
Cut a pool noodle cut in half, then use it to create a fun game for marble races! Experiment with […]
Leftover matzo from Passover? Turn it into a game board and play a round of Tic Tac Matzo!
Transform pipe cleaners, googly eyes, clothespins and a few other basic craft materials into adorable bees. Use the bees to […]
This Sticker I Spy is really easy to make and will keep the kids busy for a long time!
Next time your kids go on a nature walk, have them collect small flat stones. Paint the rocks to look […]
These miniature marble mazes are made from repurposed cardboard boxes and drinking straws. This is such a fun project that […]
Turn plastic water bottles into colorful bowling pins! This is a great game for kids of all ages and is […]
This football-themed bean bag toss is a perfect indoor game. It’s also a wonderful way to practice addition!
These Angry Bird paddles aren’t just cute. Use them to play a rousing game of Balloon Ping Pong! It’s lot […]
Let Batman and Superman battle it out over a game of checkers made from woven construction paper. May the best […]
Make a stuffed felt football and goalposts from cardboard tubes. Then use them to play a really fun backyard throwing […]
This fun homemade game is a great way for little ones to learn about their family and flex their memory […]
Make lunch fun and interactive by hiding your child’s favorite lunch items in eggs. Then send them off on a […]
Keep the kids busy while in the car, the store, or a restaurant with this felt activity book. Complete with […]
Add family photos to recycled plastic bottle caps to make your own personalized board game pieces. Use pics of family, […]
When you think Valentine’s Day, what comes to mind? Hearts, red & pink, and crafts, right? All three of those […]
Create an indoor-friendly bowling set made out of socks. The characters double as dolls for pretend play and will inspire […]
These colorful beanbags are made from planet themed fabric and beans. Use them for all sorts of space-inspired games.
Craft adorable paper plate candy corn game pieces and then watch as children have fun playing an educational counting game! […]
Make your own version of a stick game popular with Native American tribes across the Southwest. It’s fun to make […]
Make a fun Halloween game using egg cartons and golf balls. It’s perfect for a classroom project or a neighborhood […]
Make a pie pan spaceship to use for a fun party game. See who can throw the spaceship most accurately through […]
This clever memory game is made from paper and cardboard, with a fun camping theme. Find all the items needed […]
Make a portable, magnetic fishing game. It is fun to make and easy to pack along for travels.
Create a handy travel game holder representing your Hogwarts house. It’s a great craft for any Harry Potter fan.
Bite-size decorated dice cookies perfect for family game night! What would game night be without dice?
Stay sane on your next road trip! This printable bingo game costs hardly anything and will keep the kids busy […]
Make your own marble maze out of Lego bricks. It’s easy to do and so much fun!
Turn common household recyclables into hobby horse that’s perfect for indoor play. Add a paper bag vest and your little […]
Ball and cup toys are so popular right now. Make your own version using empty cardboard tubes decorated with your […]
This ring toss game is really fun to make and just as enjoyable to play! It’s a great summertime activity.
Create a portable tic tac toe game with a burlap sack and painted rocks. Carry this fun craft along to […]
Repurpose an egg carton and turn it into challenging math game. A great way to keep math fresh in their […]
Colorful Chenille stems are twisted into rings for tossing onto numbered plastic bottles – whoever makes the highest score wins! […]
Kids will have to work together to find out where their Easter baskets have been hidden! A fun way to […]
Plastic Easter eggs play double duty with this fun spring craft for kids. Children will love “feeding” the Easter Bunny […]
These cute little rocket party favors will delight kids of all ages, especially when they find this fun game tucked […]