There are so many fun types of tag or chasey games and I love Tails Tag because the child has to be quick on their feet, thinking on the offense and the defence at the same time! It’s great for getting children active with the potential to burn plenty of excess energy in a short time frame, […]
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This is a fun game to play when you have a few moments to spare as the sense of anticipation builds great excitement. It’s great for revising multiplication facts but it can also be played as a simpler counting game with younger children. Maths Games For Kids: How to Play Buzz Number of players: Can […]
Red Light, Green Light is a great game for getting kids moving, encouraging children to listen and respond and requiring them to stay alert and be controlled in their movements. While many children think that the fastest child is sure to win, it is those who are sure and steady on their feet that have […]
Captain’s Orders is a great group game for getting children moving and thinking. The faster the commands are called, the faster (and funnier!) the actions! It can be easily adapted by reducing or increasing the number and complexity of the game’s commands, which makes it work well with children of all ages (and even adults) […]
I cannot even imagine how many hundreds of times I have played this popular game with groups of young children in school, kindergarten, preschool and even child care. It certainly is an Australian classic! Here’s how to play… Duck, Duck, Goose Number of players: 6+ (the more the merrier!) Recommended Age: 4+ years Equipment needed: […]