15 Outrageously Fun Outdoor Games for Kids this Summer
These outdoor games for kids are super fun and will ensure your kids will have an awesome summer!
Summer is one of my favorite times of the year. While the kids are at home from school and they can sometimes get in the way of housework and other things I need to do, it’s also the time of year when we spend more time outside!
It doesn’t take long before our kids run out of ideas and need something fun to keep them entertained. When this happens, I pull out one of these fun outdoor games for my kids to play in the summer.
While you can use some of these during other times of the year, we use them during the summer to keep the fun outdoors! Here are 15 outdoor games for kids this summer.
Just use some pavers and spray paint to easily create this game your kids can play all summer long! I love the bright colors!
Have you ever played Yahtzee with your kids? I love that even younger kids can learn to play this fun game. So, why not pump up the fun factor, make it huge, and bring it outdoors?
This is such a cool idea for a fun yard game that has a coding component to it. Such a great idea! We will definitely try this game this summer.
Oh my goodness, I think my daughter would actually have more fun creating this nature-themed treasure hunt instead of actually going on the treasure hunt!
Yep, this is the classic ring toss game you play at county fairs and carnivals. Why not make your own ring toss and get tons of practice before you try it for prizes at the fair!
Kind of like the classic ring toss game, this hook and ring toss game is a classic with a twist. Personally I think this version is way harder than the regular one. But your kids, especially older kids, will likely love the challenge.
This DIY Bean Bag Toss is ridiculously easy to make and also easy to set up and store after play.
If you have some construction paper and a large’ish box you can easily create this cornhole game for your kids.. or even for your summer BBQ!
Another great carnival game you can easily recreate for your next outdoor party. This one is the disc drop game and so much fun for even younger kids!
You’ve probably seen versions of the ninja courses on TV.. even the kid-friendly versions. Why not enlist your kids’ help to build your own obstacle course!
11. Rhyming Toss
All you need for this game is some sidewalk chalk and a few of your kids’ toys. Such a fun game!
This adaptation of everyone’s favorite wait at a restaurant game is also super fun as a backyard game… but with a twist.
Done with your half gallon milk jug? Why not cut it in half, paint it pretty, and make this fun catch game!
14. DIY Flying Discs
15. Patriotic Ladder
I have never played this particular game but it looks like a really cool idea!