This easy Fourth of July party game printable is great for kids, teens, and adults! And there are multiple ways to play! The goal is to roll three dice and get one die to land with the red color faceup on a red stripe, one die with white faceup on a white stripe, and the third die to land blue faceup on the blue block—for red, white, and blue times two!
Words help us form phrases each day. But this game with letter card game decks features a role reversal that’s all about finding how the phrase can form words! This game provides a great brain exercise to help the mind connect letters in new ways, and it’s a fun spelling game for increasing vocabulary as well.
This 2-Stick Ball Run challenge is all about finding the right mix between balance and speed. It also encourages creativity to invent level-up challenges that keep your family entertained for screen-free time. You’ll even have opportunities to talk to your children about resilience, priorities, and balance.
Looking for a simple outdoor activity for kids or teens in the snow? Try Tic-Tac-Snow! It involves everyone of all ages. Bonus: when temperatures are nearly unbearable, you can still finish a fun outdoor activity without needing to stay outside for as long as it takes to build a snowman! Download a PDF of this activity’s “recipe” to add to your family activity binder. What You’ll Need • Spray bottles (2)• Washable food coloring• Snow How to Play 1. Fill two water bottles with water. Keep a pitcher nearby to refill them. 2. Add drops of food coloring to each water bottle....