Outdoor games and activities are great learning experiences for your kids. It's important to distract children from the glow of gadget screens and make them aware that a whole new wondrous world awaits them.

In this day and age of technology overuse, it's all the more important for kids to discover the joy of wind in their hair and mud and grass under their feet.

If your house has a big backyard, the world is at their feet! The next time your kids say, "Mom, I'm bored!" you'll know what to do.

These games don't cost much, are simple and guarantee a lot of fun for the little ones. And you can join too - it's a great opportunity to get together!


  • The breed Twister

    Everyone is familiar with Twister, the game played on a playmat with colored circles. Well, now it's time to take the fun outside and recreate your own giant twister board. All you need are four cans of chalk spray paint and an open area in your backyard! Just spray paint circles directly onto the floor like you would a twister board - voila! Your game board is ready! At the end of the game, spray off the paint with a water hose. Another variation is the hopscotch game - draw a hopscotch on the floor with chalk or chalk spray paint - and watch your kids play together for hours.

  • children's paddling pool 

    You probably already know this tip for cooling off on hot days: large inflatable children's paddling pools. The bigger the better. On a particularly hot day, you fill it with water and put some bath toys inside, such as rubber duckies. You can also make some ice cold lemonade to endure the heat. You can find our lemonade recipes here.

  • trees

    Planting Seeds or Seedlings Planting trees is a great practical way to introduce children to nature. The best way to teach them about the germination process is to encourage them to plant their own trees and seeds. Pick a spot in your garden and have the children dig up the soil and plant seeds of their choice, or seedlings if you have any. The experience of seeing the seeds they planted come to life before their eyes will be unforgettable. Here you will find our garden tool set - the best for your children! And what could be more appropriate than that Gardening tools for children from EverEarth?

  • paint stones

    Encourage your children to collect rocks from the backyard. This way they can get their hands dirty. Once they have collected the stones, let them wash the stones with water together with your children. Once dry, painting the bricks with child-safe paint makes a great art project. At a spot in your backyard, you can place the rocks around a tree or seedling they planted.

  • Credetafelzaun

    Attach a plaque to a section of your backyard wall or fence. With a few pieces of colored crayons, you can let your child's inner artist come to life! Easy to clean and cover when done, it's an inexpensive way to keep your kids entertained for hours.

What do you do with your children to entertain them? We'd love to know all about it!

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