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Race to the Gold
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Race to the Pot of Gold

It’s fall and time for football! Get in the spirit of the game with your kids as they make this mini-football goalpost and ball. With a few easy-to-find items, they’ll be scoring field goals in no time.
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Football Fever

Cereal Box Soccer
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Cereal Box Soccer

10+ Road Trip Car Games
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Road Trip Car Games

5 Ridiculously Good Games to Play in 5 Minutes or Less
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Five-Minute Games

5 Ridiculously Fun Games to Play on Family Game Night
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5 Ideas for Family Game Night

Recycle and Win
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Recycle and Win

Rice Treasure
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Travel Treasure Hunt

Finger Twist Game
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Finger Twist Game

Tabletop Horseshoe Game
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Tabletop Horseshoe Game

Games to Play Outdoors
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Games to Play Outdoors

DIY Puzzle Box
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DIY Puzzle Box

6 High-Spirited Outdoor Games
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6 High-Spirited Outdoor Games

baby in high chair
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High-Chair Science

Wild Snakes Sidewalk Game
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Old-Time Sidewalk Game

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A playdate heads south when your five-year-old and another child have a minor disagreement. The dispute gets heated. You:

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A playdate heads south when your five-year-old and another child have a minor disagreement. The dispute gets heated. You:
Let the kids work it out. (They’ll have to learn that skill eventually.)
27% (13 votes)
Step in to ease tension and help solve the problem.
67% (32 votes)
Chirp, “It’s snack time!”
4% (2 votes)
Vow to never invite that child for another playdate.
0% (0 votes)
End the playdate early.
2% (1 vote)
Total votes: 48