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By Genevra PittmanNEW YORK | Thu Jun 20, 2013 4:26pm EDT

Kids love getting competitive and relay races such as this one are a great outdoor party game idea. Try this dress-up relay race at your next party!

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Hold hands moving the glowing hula hoop around the circle without letting go of each other, and more!

Use Your Noodle... backyard games made out of pool noodles you can buy at the dollar store :)

Pool noodle Rings Cut a toilet paper tube lengthwise. Roll up the tube and insert it into a thin hollow pool noodle. Attach the other end of the noodle and secure it with duct tape. Use for Human Ring toss :o)

Lego Birthday Party Ideas and Fun Party Printables! LivingLocurto.com relay game

Lego Birthday Party Ideas

The goal was to run to the Lego bowl, grab a Lego and run back with the Lego in a spoon and drop it in the empty bowl. The team who filled their bowl first and ran through the finish line won a medal! If they dropped the Lego, they had to start over.

Balloon Stomp

7 Fun Outdoor Party Games

Outdoor Party Game - Balloon Stomp: Kids will have a stompin' good time with this favorite outdoor party game.

Sport birthday party theme

Sport birthday party theme

Get physical! Remember potato sack races, three legged-races and water balloon fights? Those are so much fun! Plan some fun competitive activities, or just have some balls and gloves, skipping ropes and Frisbees on hand to promote activity and movement.

water games for kids outside | Water Bucket Relay Game for Kids - Tip Junkie

how to play water bucket relay games for kids which make such fun outside activities and summer party games. These relay races are easy to play and quick to organize.

Tips for Toddler Discipline that build   trust and respect and do not cause fear or shame. (Wow...really good   article)

While I don't agree with everything in this article it does have some very good, valid points. -- Tips for Toddler Discipline that build trust and respect and do not cause fear or shame.really good article) saving this for the future.