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12. Backyard Bowling
This backyard game would take a little more skill than most to really set up nicely, but your yard would be the hit of the neighborhood! Maybe even simplify it a bit with homemade bowling pins made out of empty water bottles, and construct your own alley with the use of your porch or driveway.
13. Use Your Noodle
It turns out you don’t need a pool to get really good use out of those noodles! Not only are they good for keeping your boots upright, but there are so many outdoor games to be played with them. Blow up a few balloons, and see how many balloons the kids can get into a basket using just a pool noodle.
14. Outdoor Tic-Tac-Toe
This is one of my favorite spring projects! It’s the time of year when you just can’t get enough of the outdoors. I love the idea of constructing your own tic-tac-toe board in a fun outdoorsy theme– great for any age! You could even use items you find in your own yard to put it together. If you aren’t wanting to waste anytime painting rocks to play a game you could try this giant tic tac toss yard game that will keep everyone moving!