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Sun, 15 Aug 2010
Hello again, I have these suggestions for you to help you do something exciting outdoors before school starts once more.

Pastimes 4 U

SELIGOR'S CASTLE AND PAST-TIMES FOR YOU

Of course nothing would, or could be satisfied without the wonderful Kaboose Web Site to help us with our fun and games.


           We all know kids are little creative geniuses, always busy making up their own games to satisfy their roaming imaginations and busy natures. Still, they could use some ideas once in a while. Here are some backyard games you can set up this summer.

Bean Bag Toss
Make an easy Bean Bag Toss using a double layer of poster board glued together and a large box. Use the large box as a base, and attach the poster board to one side of it. Before attaching the poster board, paint a design on it, allowing for one or more holes. We never kept score, but the kids had a lot of fun throwing those bean bags. They're easy to make from fabric scraps if you sew. Get the kids to help.

Scavenger Hunt
Hide items in yard and have the kids try to find them. This can be as easy or elaborate as you chose. Rather than encouraging competitiveness, have the children work together to find all the items.


Duck, Duck, Goose
Donít forget this classic although you need at least five friends to make this game a lot of fun. Sit in a circle and have one child walk around patting each child on the head saying, "Duck, duck, duck" and finally "goose." The child deemed "goose" stands up and runs around the circle in the opposite direction from the other child. Whoever gets back to the spot and sits down first wins the spot and the other child starts again with the "Duck, duck, goose."

There are very many more games and pastimes, here in Seligor's Castle. Do pop over to see them all, you will be most welcome.    Seligor xxx

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