December 2008

Outdoor Games for Teens

Everyone loves a good game. We often don’t know why, but getting together with some friends on a warm day in the great outdoors can be one of the most satisfying experiences. Some of my fondest memories are of playing basketball or football with a few buddies on a warm summer day. There is something […]

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Outdoor Games for Large Groups

Everyone loves games. They are great for socializing and for entertaining us. But what could be better than sitting inside all day playing chess? Perhaps playing a great game with a large group of people outside? As for me and my friends, the choice is clearly with playing outside. Outdoor games provide so many important […]

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Outdoor Games for Kids

What are some of your favorite memories? Do they involve working? Do they involve something sad or happy? Many of us have childhood memories that stand out more than almost any other. Among those memories there are probably several that involve outdoor games. Playing outdoors in the sun with your friends can be one of […]

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Outdoor Games for Adults

Can adults still play games? Aren’t we too serious to be outside horsing around? It is a common myth that adults don’t like to have fun or play games. Movies and books have us thinking that being an adult is a purely serious sort of thing. The more we believe this lie the more it […]

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Outdoor Games for Fun and Health

People love games. They are great for getting people back together. Games unify us and provide some healthy competition. They challenge us to progress and become stronger people. Without games we might live much more boring lives. But what could be better than staying in all day in order to play your favorite board game […]

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Where to Find Great Coloring Activities for Early Childhood Development

Preschoolers often are in the busiest stage of early childhood development. During early childhood development, they will learn cognitive, language, motor, and social-emotional skills. The cognitive skills they are learning focus on basic skills like the alphabet, colors, shapes, and numbers. If you have a toddler, you may be wondering where your child can get […]

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