New game ideas
Rainy day? Bored? Usually, all you need is a little creativity to make the time fly by. There’s no need to spend lots of money on toys. Here, you’ll find new ideas for playing with your children, and you can let others know what your kids’ favorite games are.Create new game idea
Don’t throw a 1
You need a die, a pad of paper, and a pencil. Then you’re ready to start. The players take turns throwing the die. Each player can throw as many times as they want and collect points (= number on the die). But if they throw a 1, they lose all their points for this round, and the next player is up. This means they need to consider carefully whether they should dare to take another throw, or if they should keep all the points they’ve collected and pass on the die. Whoever has the most points after the set number of rounds, or whoever reaches the set number of points first, wins.
Big clocks go tick-tock, tick-tock (slow tick-tock), little clocks go tick-tock, tick-tock (somewhat faster tick-tock), and little pocket watches go tick-tock, tick-tock (very fast tick-tock). And cuckoo clocks go cuckoo cuckoo (bounce the child on your knees), and the church bells go ding-dong, ding-dong (slow, long back and forth), and the alarm clock goes ... rrrrrrrrring (tickle child)
Best game ideas
A journey of discovery for little explorers. Take your child’s favorite stuffed animal and hide it in a room (not too tough of a hiding place). Make sure you clean up all the toys on the floor that your child could trip over in the dark. Now turn off the lights and give your child a flashlight. Then start looking together. Show your child how to use the flashlight to light up the room, and look at the shadows different objects throw. Make some rustling noises and say that maybe it was the stuffed animal you’re looking for.
After each child has a balloon tied to their ankle, the game can start. Now the children have to try and use their feet to pop the other children’s balloons. The one who keeps their balloon the longest wins the game.
You need a die and a package that’s wrapped in about 10 different layers of gift wrapping paper. There’s something for all the kids in the package (like clothing, candy ...) The kids sit around a table, and the package is in the middle. Now everybody takes turns rolling the die. If anybody rolls a 6, they’re allowed to unwrap one layer. One lucky child will get to rip open the last layer and open the present.
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