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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 played at night, either indoors or outdoors.
How to play: In this variation of Tag, the person de...
When light isn't a good thing!

How to Play: Freeze Tag

Freeze right there! Credit: Getty Images
What you need: A group of children. It can be played indoors or outdoors.
How to play: In this variation of Tag, when a person designated as "it" tags other players, they are "frozen" and mus...
Don't move or else you're out!

How to Play: Kick the Can

Kids scatter at the onset of a game of Kick the Can. Credit: Getty Images
What you need: A group of at least three kids and a can. This game is best played outdoors.
How to play: One player is chosen to be "it," and the can is plac...
All you need is a group of children and a place to play outdoors.

Are Red Rover, Kick Ball and Freeze Tag Risky Summer Camp Business?

Watch a video on how to choose a summer camp for your kids.
Summer camps are under new regulation by New York State. Credit: Corbis Summer camp is a rite of passage for many young children. It's a place where thrill-seeking kids shoo...
Summer camps that offer "risky" activity may have to pay a fee and provide medical staff.

Elementary school bans tag on the playground

Ellie didn't have such a great day at school yesterday. Some kids laughed at her when she spilled water on herself, the cafeteria lunch offering was inedible and a boy got a little rough on the playground and 'sort of' punched her. The playground inc...

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