Sugar Aunts: Outdoor Lawn Games

Outdoor Lawn Games

Have a birthday party to plan this summer?  How about a play date or a neighborhood full of friends who love to run and play?  Or maybe just want to get outside on the lawn and enjoy a summer day with gross motor play?

Gross Motor Summer Lawn Games

We three Aunts had a family reunion on the calendar recently.  We had the job of coming up with games for the big party and decided to look around the internet for some inspiration.  We hit up some fellow bloggers for their best outdoor play posts and put together this list of outdoor games perfect for a summer party.  There are some great ones here!

Rainbow Outdoor Games by Coffee Cups and Crayons
Water Balloon Number Splash by And Next Comes L

Giant Chalk Keyboard by And next Comes L

Pool Noodle Train Tracks  by Play Trains
Fishing For Words by Teach Beside Me (do this one in a baby pool!)
Water Balloon Letter Learning by Reading Confetti

Spray Bottle Target Practice by My Buddies and I
Toddler Hopscotch by Tutus and Tea Parties
Backyard Balance Beam by Mama Papa Bubba
Water Balloon Games for Kids by Local Fun For Kids

Water Balloon Games for Kids by Fantastic Fun and Learning

Dandelion Games by The Plesantest Thing
Simple Summer Fun Games by Fantastic Fun and Learning
Frog Cubes by Craftulate

Pom Pom Games by 3 Dinosaurs
Water Balloon Towel Toss by Love, Play, Learn

Inexpensive Balance Beams by Glittering Muffins

Games With Pool Noodles by Growing a Jeweled Rose

We put together a few games for our family Reunion and got a few pictures.  Watch for the blog post soon :)

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  1. Thank you for including our train games! This is such a great list...I love it!

  2. Thank you for including us as well. Off to pin :)

    1. Thanks for pinning :) Now we just need a few days without rain to get busy on summer lawn games!

  3. Great roundup, so many ideas for getting outside. Thanks for sharing at the Outdoor Play Party, I'm off to pin


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