Next time you visit a State Capitol, take along this fun printable Bingo card! You can reward the kids for […]
Need a travel game to keep the kids busy while helping keep their math skills sharp? This fun game will […]
How awesome to make your own matching/memory game, using recycled beer or pop bottle caps. Kids can choose any theme […]
Keep the kids entertained with Pom Pom Hockey. It is a simple activity, made with items you probably already have […]
Your kids will love making this simple catapult and launching items into the air. You can set up a bucket […]
Fill a craft block with plastic animals to create a fun I-Spy game that’s easy to take along when traveling, […]
Just print this page and head to the library for a fun, fall-themed reading game that kids will enjoy. You […]
Turn reading into a game that kids of all ages will love. Learn how to make your own Library Tic-Tac-Toe, […]
Set up a quick game of tic-tac-toe using oversized stars and circles for markers and the beach as the board! […]
Keep kids entertained during long trips with this printable travel game book! It includes five different fun games (Connect Four, […]
We’ve turned paper plates and cardboard tubes into a fun family ring toss game. Older kids can cut out the […]
Cone and Ball Clown Game This clown-themed game is a lot of fun! Give it a try! What you need: […]
Use a recycled candy or mint tin, paper, wood circles and magnets to create this fun baseball travel game for […]
Your kids can make and decorate their own game board, then play a game that helps reinforce their counting skills. […]
Transform a box and some cardboard tubes into an awesome ball maze! This is a great activity for predictions (will […]
A fun outdoor craft for summer! Make frisbees from paper plates with your kids.
Make your very own kaleidoscope using a recycled cardboard tube, construction paper, see through beads and a few other materials.
Cute crocodile clothespins that can be used for preschool counting practice and number recognition. Could also be adapted for older […]
Made from brightly colored paper plates, these cheery frogs are ready for a game of catch! A fun craft that […]
A fun family game made from recycled materials. The kids will get a kick out of knocking down bowling pins […]
Make a simple homemade ball catcher using a milk jug. The kids will love it!
A great rainy or snowy day project to keep the kids from going stir crazy! These dice will provide hours […]
Turn empty toilet paper rolls into a fun, safe, kid-friendly version of Angry Birds that you can play indoors or […]
Easter fun: learn how to play the egg matching game and get 2 free printables I made for kids. This […]
Transform pipe cleaners, googly eyes, clothespins and a few other basic craft materials into adorable bees. Use the bees to […]
You don’t have to be an expert to know that the best way to learn something is through play. Elementary […]
Include this fun “Pin the Accessory on the Minifig” game at your next LEGO party. It’s fun for kids (and […]
This simple game is easy to make and fun to play. It’s designed to be travel-friendly, so bring it along […]
Turn an empty container into Eric Carle’s beloved Very Hungry Caterpillar. Then use it to help kids learn numbers, sight […]
Create a set of playing cards using craft sticks! They can be made with a woodburning tool or a Sharpie.
Help pass the time on a road trip with this printable license plate game. Work together or have a competition!
Make time on the road an adventure with this printable Road Trip Scavenger Hunt. It’s fun for all ages!
Make your own shark and fish beanbag toss game with felt. The tutorial includes a printable scorecard.
Create a Valentine that doubles as a game with this Hugs & Kisses Tic Tac Toe. The printable makes it […]
Stuff the Turkey is the perfect party game for Thanksgiving. It’s so simple to make and a lot of fun […]
Turn empty containers into monsters with this cool, glow-in-the-dark bowling game. It’s great fun for your Halloween party.
Make a fun Halloween game using egg cartons and golf balls. It’s perfect for a classroom project or a neighborhood […]
Turn rolls of toilet paper into fun Halloween characters, then use them to play a bowling game. After Halloween is […]
Make a hopscotch mat entirely from felt. It’s very easy to make and as an added bonus, the game mat […]
Egg and Spoon Game This is a mess-free version of an old classic. It’s lots of fun for parties, picnics […]
Make a set of oversized dominoes for the backyard or to take along while camping, visiting the beach or picnicking. […]
Ball and cup toys are so popular right now. Make your own version using empty cardboard tubes decorated with your […]
Use the printable Bug Game cards to play a game of Concentration or Go Catch A Bug. It’s a fun variation […]
Turn snack time into a game with this edible checkers game. It’s fun to make, fun to play, and even […]
Paint two small cubes to make your own colorful dice, then use them to play a color matching game. It’s […]
Create a tic tac toe game on a tote bag and you’ll be ready to play no matter where you […]
This indoor sports-themed party is sure to be a hit! With activities for football, baseball, soccer, and basketball, it’s a […]
Use old ribbon spools to make a spelling game! It’s a fun way to practice spelling or to increase vocabulary.
Use a set of dominoes to make a learning game. By taping the backs and writing rhyming words on them, […]
Hide small objects in jars of colored sand, then make a checklist of items to tick off as they are […]
Make a fun Mayflower voyage magnetic game to celebrate Thanksgiving. The tutorial includes the printables you’ll need.
Have fun sharing the classic Dots and Boxes game with your children. This simple pencil and paper game is a […]
Don’t recycle those magazines just yet! Use them for a super-fun alphabetical scavenger hunt and craft project. Everyone from 5 […]
Have sweet fun with the family playing Candy Corn Toss using a candy corn cookie! This tutorial includes the printable cookie […]
This game is easy to make, reusing materials that you already have at home. It’s fun any time of year, […]
Young crafters will love making and playing this fun fishing game. It’s easy to do and is a great way […]
Turn twigs and rocks into a fun and educational game for preschoolers and school-age kids! It’s easy to do and […]
Make a colorful dominoes game using reclaimed wood and paint. It’s a fun twist on the usual version.
Make a classic kendama (ball and cup toy) with a cool sno-cone themed twist. What a fun summer activity!
This fun activity is a great way for parents and kids to connect after school. These prompts work well for […]