Family Features 10 outdoor games to play with your kids Make the most of your family time by spending a few hours making memories in the backyard with these games for all ages. By Jennifer Zeleski March 23, 2020 Sunny Patch Camo Chameleon Bean Bag Toss Action Game, $22; Melissa & Doug Those motor skills aren’t going to build themselves, and this game gives you the perfect excuse to enjoy the spring weather and let your toddler get out their energy. They’ll learn to toss the bean bags into the holes while counting and naming the insects too. 2-in-1 Bean Bag Toss, $150; Crate & Barrel Cornhole is fun for the whole family, and chances are you know someone in the neighborhood that has a set. But if you’re looking for a fun way to get two great games in one, check out this tic-tac-toe and cornhole mashup. Spikeball, Standard 3 Ball Kit, $60; Spikeball Getting outside means more than just getting fresh air, and this game will have your heart rate up in no time. Perfect for a round of just kids or including the adults, the bouncy and addictive game is perfect for passing the time. Tumbling Tower Game, $150; Crate & Barrel This tower-building (and potentially falling) game is a favorite of all ages. Set it up on a flat portion of your porch or backyard, and get ready to have some fun times with the kids. They can pull, yank, tap or crumble the tower each piece at a time. Inflatable Bumper Balls, $30; GoBro Brand All of this recent time in the house may have you and your kids going stir-crazy. Now is the time to let them run around in an entirely new way, surrounded by an inflatable hamster ball and bouncing into one another. The laughs you’ll have are sure to help you stay positive. Flickin’ Chicken Game, $18; Flickin’ Chicken Don’t have a dartboard? No problem. The Flickin’ Chicken game will have every member of the family testing their skills to get a bulls-eye, no pointy object required. Just toss each rubber chicken toward the target and watch them land, bounce and fly all afternoon. Outdoor Bowling Set, $200; Pottery Barn Heading to the bowling alley isn’t possible right now, but you can play your favorite game at home! Giant Spoons, $19; PlayMonster The camp favorite has made a comeback, but this time with giant spoons and giant cards to make the whole ordeal more interesting. Start passing the cards, keeping an eye on the spoons and making memories with the entire family. Regulation Bocce (10 Pieces), $44; Hey! Play! Have your kids ever played bocce? Now is the time to teach them! Help them throw, roll and shoot, and before you know it, you’ll be back on the beach ready to play in a whole new way. Ring Toss Game for Kids, $25; Elite Sportz Equipment Ring toss is the laid-back game you’ve been looking for. Let the kids and adults take turns at racking up points, then go head-to-head with sibling and parent face-offs. Who will win? Only you can find out.