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Snowmobile skipping
Snowmobile Watercross, or Snowmobile Skipping, is a competitive sport conducted on water using snowmobiles. The Grantsburg Lions Club held its first Watercross competition in July 1977 when running snowmobiles over water was a new...
Stone skipping
Stone skipping is a pastime which involves throwing a stone with a flattened surface across a lake or other body of water in such a way that it bounces off the surface of the water. The object of the game is to see how many times a stone...
Rag Tag
Rag Tag is a children's game based on Duck Duck Goose. In Rag Tag, the players sit in a circle facing inward, while another child, the "picker", walks around the outside of the circle carrying a rag or hankerchief until finally...
Duck Duck Goose
Duck Duck Goose is a children's game often first learned in pre-school or kindergarten. A group of children sit in a circle, facing inward, while another child, the "picker" walks around tapping or pointing to each player in turn,...
Doctor (children's game)
Doctor, Playing doctor, or Doctors and nurses is a children's game linked to sexual curiosity. Typically in such a game, a male and female child play roles of doctor and patient, using the imaginary clinical setting as a pretext to...
SPUD (game)
SPUD is a popular children's game where players try to eliminate each other by catching, throwing and dodging a ball. As few as three may play, with no upper limit. To play, all that is required is a playground-sized ball and an open...
Phone Tag
Phone tag is not exactly a game, but more a reference to the game of tag. Phone tag occurs when two senders try to reach each other by telephone but always reach each other's voice mail and leave messages instead. After two or three back...
Nerf
Nerf is a foam-plastic material used in childsafe toys. Produced by a division of Hasbro, the Nerf line contains hundreds of projectile-launchers. Originally introduced by Parker Brothers in 1969 as an indoor-safe ball created by...
Basic Paintball Games
Capture the Flag The classic schoolyard game, with a paintball twist. Teams start on opposing sides and attempt to acquire the opponents' flag while protecting their own. Victory is achieved by being the first team to hang the...
Paintball
Paintball is a sport whose participants use compressed-gas markers to shoot paintballs (roughly marble-sized, .68 caliber, gelatin capsules filled with colored polyethelene glycol) at other players. Once marked by a paintball, a player is...
Lasertag
Lasertag is an indoor sport loosely related to the original game of tag. While seen by some as having more relation to the sport of paintball, lasertag usually features less realistic environments such as mazes, different modes of...
Kick the can
Kick the can (a.k.a. "Tip the can") is a game, related to tag, hide and seek, and capture the flag which can be played outdoors by anywhere from three to a few dozen people (kids from about age 7 or older). In general the game goes...
Follow the arrow
This extensive variant requires chalk and a large arena (typically an entire housing estate) and, well played, can last all day. The hiders are given a substantial lead (at least two minutes, often more) and head off, leaving hints as to...
Flashlight tag
Flashlight tag, also called "Spotlight", is played at night. Rather than physically tagging each other, the "it" player can tag the others by shining a flashlight beam on them. Many of the various games of tag can be played in this...
Ball Tag
Ball Tag is a variation of tag typically played with rubber balls similar to those in dodgeball. The person who is "it" must throw the ball at the others to tag them. If a person catches the ball thrown at them, the person who threw...
No Touch Gravel
(Also known as Off Ground Tig/Tag and Grounders) All players excepting the one who is it cannot touch the gravel of the playground. The person who is it may go wherever they wish. Non- it players must jump and remain on playground...
Color Tag
All players stand on one side of a designated playing field except for one. This person stands in the middle of the field and calls out a color. If the color is visible on any person standing on the edge, that person or persons must...
Shadow Tag
This form of tag was originally played in mid- to late- afternoon or morning, but the modern ubiquity of outdoor lighting makes it a popular game for summer nights. It is exactly like tag in all respects except that shadows are used. The...
Sharks and Minnows
This game requires a swimming pool to play. To begin, a person is selected to be the "shark" and all the other players, the "minnows," go to one side of the pool. The shark then tells the minnows to swim from one side of the pool to the...
Fox and Hounds
This variation is best played in as large an area as possible, with as many participants as can be found. If played in a school, it should use the entire area covered by the grounds and ideally the interior of the building as well....
Cops and robbers
Cops and robbers is a tag variant with two teams of one player or more. When played with more than two players, the cops team typically has more members. At the beginning of the game the robber(s) must "steal" a previously assigned...
Tag (game)
Tag (also known as it, had, he, tig, or other names) is an informal sport or game (see also playground games) that usually involves one or more players attempting to "tag" other players by touching them with their hands. Played throughout...
Conker
Conker is the name used in Britain, Ireland and some former British colonies for the nuts of the Common Horse-chestnut tree, when used in a game traditionally played by children, Conkers. The name comes from the nineteenth-century...
Cocky Olly
Cocky Olly is a children’s game similar in style to forty forty. Like forty forty, and unlike other tag games, players in cocky olly are caught when their name is said, rather than by physical contact. The game begins by selecting a...
Cat's cradle (string game)
Cat's cradle is a well known string game or series of string figures. The name of the entire game, the specific figures and their order, and the names of the figures vary. Versions of this game have been found in indigenous cultures all...
Platform tennis
Platform tennis is unique as the only racquet sport that is played outdoors in cold weather. The sport is played at private clubs, public parks, and in backyards at both highly competitive and purely recreational levels. In 1928,...
Football (soccer)
Football is a team sport played between two teams of eleven players each. It is a ball game played on a rectangular grass field with a goal at each end. The objective of the game is to score by maneuvering the ball into the opposing...
Curling
Curling is a precision sport similar to bowls or bocce, but played on ice with polished heavy stones rather than plastic balls. The game is generally believed to have been invented in 16th century Scotland, although two paintings by...
Road hockey
Rink hockey is a rollersport variant of Roller hockey one of the three most popular hockey variants, along with Field hockey and Ice Hockey. It is highly popular in Latin countries, with Portugal (15 World titles), Spain (12 World...
Rink hockey
Rink hockey is a rollersport variant of Roller hockey one of the three most popular hockey variants, along with Field hockey and Ice Hockey. It is highly popular in Latin countries, with Portugal (15 World titles), Spain (12 World...
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