Different Types of Outdoor Games

Here, we talk about some outdoor games, which you can play with your family and children with less equipments and small ground and anywhere. So, Let’s take brief information about that games.

Hide and Seek is a children game which played by number of children. In the games one player has to closed his eyes and counting number at the time other players has to hide and after counting number player open his eyes and search hided players. There are several ways to end the game.

2. Four Square

Four Square
Four Square is a ball game and played by maximum four players. The game needs less equipment, small ground and quick setups. The objective is to achieving more points than opponents. It is a famous game in schools with little required equipment, almost no setup, and short rounds of play that can be ended at any time.

3. Freeze Dance

Freeze Dance
In this activity, anyone dance as the music plays. In this game players have to dance on the song and at one moment song can paused and everyone have to freeze on that position. If a player does not freeze immediately, At the beginning of the next round, he / she does 10 jumping jacks and then joins the dance.

4. Hopscotch

Hopscotch is the popular playground game and children game, this game can play with several players or alone. In this game player toss the small object into the square or triangle and then jump through player need to retrieve the object.

5. Jump Rope

Jump Rope
Jump rope is one of the simplest ways to play in school or break time with kids. Skipping rope or Jump Rope is the game which is most of people played in their childhood. This game can play by alone or more people. Grown-ups can introduce games to help children develop basic skills in jumping or use creative jumping ropes.

6. Marco Polo

Marco Polo
In this game one player choose as it and closed his/her eyes and find other person without vision.

7. Monkey in the Middle

Monkey in the Middle
I think most of people played this game in their childhood, three people need to play this game two person passing dish to another and third person have to catch the dish. There is no need of any ground and less equipment.

8. Musical Chairs

Musical Chairs
Musical Chair is the popular outdoor and indoor game and I think most of people played this game on his/her childhood. In this game chairs are arranged in the row and music has been playing and sudden when music stop players have to catch the chair and seat, the one chair is less than the players.

9. Red Light, Green Light

Red Light, Green Light
This game is simple to play and played by all age of children. The game is played by any number of children and its name suggest red light and green light, red light means players have to stop and green light means move forward.

10. Red Rover

Red Rover
Red Rover is the game played on the ground and minimum need of ten players. The game played between two lines of players, usually positions with hands or arm linked together. The player has to break the chain of opponent team with speaking of ‘red rover, red rover, send right over’.

11. Simon Says

Simon Says
The game can play by 3 or more players and one player can be Simon, who give other players to instruction by hand or tongue and reset of have to follow the instructions immediately.

12. Spud

This game can play by both young and adults. In this game player can eliminate each other by catching and throwing generally soft ball.

13. Tag

In this game no need of any ground, no team and no any equipment, two to many players can played this game. In this game player chasing other players in the attempt to tag or touch by hands.

14. Telephone

In this game players need to pass the information to each other by saying into ears.

15. Kabaddi

Kabaddi is a game of Indian origin on its manner to extinction, but is now regaining popularity. It is common in South Asia and other Asian nations surrounding it. It is the state game of the Indian states of Andhra Pradesh, Kerala, Maharashtra, Punjab, Tamil Nadu, Telangana, Bihar, Haryana, Karnataka and Uttar Pradesh. There are several game types, but most of them require two teams of seven players each, each with their own assigned region. Players must raid the region of the other team and attempt to touch one of their players, making the player "out" touched. You May Also Like : Top 10 Popular Games In The World

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