Activities: Toddlers & Preschoolers

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How to Play: Ghost

Lose the game, and become a "ghost." Credit: Getty Images
What you need: All you need for this game is at least two players.
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Don't complete a word... if you do, then you lose!

How to Play: My Father Owns a Grocery Store

What items are in your "grocery store?" Credit: Getty Images What you need: This is a game to play while riding in a car on a road trip...Get through the alphabet of items at your father's grocery store.

How to Play: Flashlight Tag

Lighten up with a game of Flashlight Tag. Credit: Getty Images What you need: Of course, you will need a flashlight. This game is best ...When light isn't a good thing!

How to Play: Musical Chairs

Last one sitting wins! Credit: Getty Images What you need: A group of children, a bunch of chairs (one fewer than the number of childre...Don't get caught standing when the music stops.

How to Play: Spit

Get your spit piles lined up. Credit: Getty Images
What you need: Two players and a standard deck of playing cards.
How to play: S...
Get rid of all your cards first!

How to Play: Football Toss Contest

Swing it! Credit: Getty Images What you need: You need a tire, a rope, four or more footballs, and a place to hang the tir...Throw the ball through the tire to win this game.

How to Play: Duck, Duck, Goose

Duck, duck, duck ... Goose! Credit: Getty Images What you need: All you need for this game is a group of kids. It can be played indoors...Tag the goose or else you'll be the goose instead.

How to Play: Capture the Flag

Run and get your flag before the other team! Credit: Getty Images What you need: Two equally-numbered teams, a large playing field divi...Get your flag first to win the game.

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