Outdoor Games Everyone in the Family Can Play
Time to soak up some Vitamin D and increase your family’s bond. There are sure to be many laughs and great memories made while playing games as a family. This time, I am sharing games that can be played outside with Blue Orange Games!
Vitamin D and family bonding are only two of the benefits of DartBall. DartBall is a great way to improve your hand-eye coordination, as well. On rainy days, bring the game inside. It is ok mom, your kids will love it and the entertainment will be worth breaking the “no balls in the house” rule. (I have that same rule but I do allow my children to break it with this game and their basketball net as long as they keep it in their bedroom).
Use the launchers to aim and fireballs at the target net; the highest score wins!
DartBall Game Consists of:
- 2 Launchers
- 6 Medium Balls
- 1 Target Net
- 1 Score Board
- 1 Dry Erase Marker
This right here…. is a great game to get you and your children active! Djubi is the ultimate game of catch. Standing anywhere from 5 feet to 100 feet away, players each have a racket and a ball with a rubber loop.
It relies on a unique launching system that creates maximum distance and maximum fun! It’s perfect to help sports enthusiast and catch aficionados elevate their game.
The object of the game is to launch the ball by slinging it off a hook that is built into the player’s racket to the other player. The other player is to catch the ball in the racket. My kids like to launch their balls at the same time to add a bit more of a challenge!
Djubi offers differently sized rackets to allow the entire family to play. Either design can be used for all ages but we find that my five-year-old daughter can control the smaller version one best
This game can be played inside or outside but it is summer themed, which I love. So, this is a condensed version of how you play. Players start with 9 folded plastic pieces that have “divers” on them. Players (at the same time) flick the divers into the topsy-turvy pool. The object is to get three divers (or four depending on how many players are competing) in the pool before the pool tips. Talk about a competitive game… this would be it! The rounds go quickly making this a great game for all ages and busy days!
- Social Play
- Fine Motor
- Visual Perception
I have three children, spread out in ages including a 15-year-old, 11-year-old and a five-year-old. This can make game time a little challenging. All three of these games can be played despite the difference in my children’s ages!!