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How to Play: Blind Man's Bluff

No peeking! Credit: Getty Images
What you need: A blindfold and a spacious area (outdoors or a large room).
How to play: Designate one person as "it." Put a blindfold on "it," spin the person around, and send him or her out into the...
All you need is a blindfold and a spacious area (outdoors or a large room).

How to Play: One Potato

Play One Potato to count off for another game. Credit: Getty Images
What you need: All you need is a group of children. How to play: This is a counting-off game designed to select someone as "it" for games like H...
"One potato, two potato, three potato, four, five potato, six potato, seven potato, more."

How to Play: Red Light, Green Light

Don't move after a 'Red Light'. Credit: Getty Images
What you need: All you need for this game is a group of children. This game can be played indoors or outdoors.
How to play: The person designated as "it" stands at the opposite en...
You better stop when you hear a red light!

How to Play: Sardines

Can you find everyone? Credit: Jerome Tisne, Getty Images
What you need: All you need for this game is a group of children. This game can be played indoors or outdoors.
How to play: This game is the opposite of Hide and Seek. The pe...
Make sure you and your friends hide in a good spot so that "it" doesn't find you!

How to Play: Rock, Paper, Scissors

Rock beats scissors! Credit: Getty Images
What you need: All you need is two players. How to play: Players count aloud to three, each time raising one hand in a fist and bringing it down on the count. On three, the players change their hands i...

A Web Site You Should Know: One Potato

OnePotato.net digs up great picture books you might otherwise miss. Credit: One Potato
With 80 gajillion Web pages clogging up cyberspace, it's far too easy for a wonderful, helpful site to get lost amid all the status updates, pop-up ads, an...

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