Try These Fun Games For Kids | The Dating Divas
Whether you're hosting a play date, 4th of July BBQ or a family reunion, we've got you covered with the most fun games for kids and adults you'll ever find!
DIY: Pool Noodle Race Track
It’s Wednesday my favorite day of the week, when I was little it was the day my Dad took us for pizza when my Mom was at work, sometimes I still fell like a kid especially when were in the ba…
How to Throw a Kids' Carnival Party
Games, balloons, and bright colors -- a carnival is just like a birthday party, but better! So why not invite kids to a carnival-themed party in your backyard or at a local park?
Homemade Skee Ball Game
Homemade Skee Ball Game http://www.instructables.com/id/Homemade-Skee-Ball-Game/ Deep down, we all secretly wish we had a Skee Ball game in our own homes. If you’re unfamiliar with this, it’s a...
BUSH'S® Best | BUSH’S® Beans
DIY Backyard Bowling – Easy to make with kids and a great way to recycle the 2-liter bottles leftover after a summer BBQ. Repin and start saving those soda bottles.
Fun’s The Winner at Lanigan Game Day
Now that’s using your head. Nic Schremp, a student at Lanigan Elementary School, uses only his head to move a kick ball through a relay course at the school’s annual game day.
Summer Fun: DIY Skee Ball
One of my favorite parts of summer with my kids is indulging in old timey Americana-style games, like hopscotch or croquet. Never before have we been able to play skee ball at home, though; it always required a trip to the arcade. Until now!Instructables user Seamster put together this Skee Ball game using golf balls and an incredibly genius design that requires no electronics (old skool!). As Seamster explains, It uses golf balls and has no electronics whatsoever (by design).
DIY: Large Sling Shot
The boys are really into App games like Angry Birds and Grumpy Snowmen because of the sling shot features. I was surprised to learn how easy it was to create a life size one for them. I chose PVC...
Make Paper Lanterns » Dollar Store Crafts
I was super-busy last week so I didn’t get a chance to post about these summer paper lanterns I made for my guest post at Salty Pineapple. Did you make these in school when you were a kid? I updated the traditional paper lantern craft just a bit, and I think they’re charming and would […]
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This has been a tradition at Tanner Family Reunions since I can remember. I would spend hours trying to count all the little candies inside and even then I usually low-balled it by like 100. I re…