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21 Fun Team Building Exercises (for Work, Kids or Small Groups)

21 Fun Team Building Exercises (for Work, Kids or Small Groups)

Team-building exercises work well for every age group and in multiple environments. Known for establishing trust, building feelings of camaraderie, improving communication, and developing collective strategies, the successful completion of most team-building tasks requires sharing ideas, listening to others, the willingness to try new approaches, and cooperation. Participants in team building exercises discover ways to apply similar skills and techniques at work or play, in school and youth camp, and in everyday situations.

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30+ Fun Camping Games for Kids & Teens

Fun Camping Games for Kids

Summer time and children of all ages are off to go to camp. Summer camp games involve campers and their counselors in activities designed to provide physical exercise; help build leadership skills, independence, and self-esteem; and are fun!

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16 Awesome Backyard Games for Kids & Adults

Backyard Games for Audlts and Kids

Games are fun, especially backyard games. And they provide healthy activity so important for both children and adults. Each of our chosen activities is easy to play and will provide hours of fun during warm summer days. Even in winter, many places have a stretch of warm days when kids can get outside and play. This article provides some easy, do-it-yourself game suggestions, and some that require some equipment and preparation. Whichever game or activity you choose, we guarantee you will have more fun in your backyard than ever before!

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15 Family Game Night Ideas

Family Game Night

Spending family time together creates important bonds and memories, which is why experts recommend scheduling family time at least once per week. When children are young, family time can create feelings of love and security. Our list of family game night ideas will provide everything you need to have fun, whatever the age composition of your children. Mix fun and creativity into your family time with the following ideas.

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Steal The Bacon Game Rules + VARIATIONS

Steal The Bacon Game

A fun tag game played by children for years, Steal the Bacon continues to be a playground favorite. A number of variations make the game suitable for every age and in many different environments. The object of the game is to steal the “bacon” and take it back to your side of the playing area without being tagged.

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10 GREAT Sunday School & Bible Games for Kids

Sunday School Games

Our selection of Sunday school games for kids, tweens, and teens provide fun with Bible learning. Children look forward to game time in Sunday school whether the games are short and simple, or more complicated. A good Bible game reinforces learning and makes a lesson memorable. The Sunday school lessons we have chosen work great in children’s church or any other children’s ministry setting.

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Red Light / Green Light – Game Rules & Variations

Red Light Green Light Game

Red Light, Green Light can be played by children of all ages. A simple game that children love to play, Red Light, Green Light can be played by any number of players either inside or outside. If there are too many players to play safely in the space provided, divide into groups and play multiple rounds. The first person to finish round one can be the leader for round two.

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Cool Reading Games for Kids

Cool Reading Games for Kids

You’ve just received a note from your child’s teacher saying that your little one isn’t doing so well in school, particularly in the reading department. They are not showing interest in learning, unwilling to try new words, or are trying but getting easily frustrated or confused by the exercises. The bottom line is that they are falling behind in class, and their teacher recommends that your child take special extra-curricular reading classes after school or possibly get a private tutor.

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