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Funology: Indoor and Outdoor Games to Play

Sometimes kids need a little encouragement and guidance to know how and/or what to play.
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Sometimes kids need a little encouragement and guidance to know how and/or what to play. On this site you will find a plethora of indoor and outdoor games. Some outdoor games require nothing more than kids and space. Others use equipment like tennis racquets, balls, or even string. There are also suggestions for many indoor games, party game ideas, card games, word games, and even travel games for those hours on the school bus. Each game gives a list of what is needed to play the game and full instructions on how to play. Teach your students some of these outdoor games for recess, and the indoor games for those inevitable rainy days.

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