Save Your Kids from the Bad Weather Outside with These 7 Fun Indoor Games

Everyone knows that kids always love to play games, whether it is the real or virtual one, indoor or outdoor. Playing games especially with their friends, teachers or parent will give a lot of benefits, as games is one of the most interesting ways for kids to learn anything that can be explored in one game.

Sometimes we cannot always compromise with the weather to always have some outdoor games. That’s why we collected some indoor games that can save your kids life during the bad weather outside. Let it rain or hot outside, but they still can have some fun indoor!

1. Paper Plane Race

All you need to make Paper Planes is paper and pens for decorating.

First fold your paper plane and then the kids can draw the pilots at the front and the passengers looking out of the windows. Have Paper Plane races and see whose gets furthest

paper plane race

2. What Am I Eating

Blindfold one person and raid the cupboards to find items for them to taste. Things like honey, soy sauce, mustard, frozen pea, marshmallow etc. all work well.

The blindfolded person must try and guess what they have been given to taste. Make sure you check for food allergies before playing this game. And it is probably best to supervise the food choices!

What am i eating

3. Two Truths and a Lie

Each person shares three statements, one of which is false and two of which are true. Everyone else has to guess which is the lie.

two truths and a lie

4. Sardines

Sardines gives a twist to the classic game of hide and seek. Instead of one person seeking and everyone else hiding, one person hides and everyone else seeks.

Once one of the seekers finds the person hiding, they must hide with that person. This continues until there is only one person left seeking, and everyone else is crammed together like sardines in the hiding place. The last person to find everyone else now becomes the new hider for the next round.

Sardines

5. Hang Man

Hang man is a great game that you can play at home or in restaurants. All you need is a pencil and paper.

  • Write down a word, with each letter of the word represented by dashes
  • Everyone else tried to guess what letters might be in the word – if they guess a correct letter , that is then inserted into the correct position, if they don’t guess correctly, start to draw the stick man.
  • Proceed like so until the word is guessed correctly in time, or the little stick-man has been hanged.

hangman

6. Sock Wars

For this game you will need 10 to 20 socks rolled up into balls:

  • Divide the room into two equal halves, and place the socks on the line in the middle (you could use masking tape to mark). Divide all the kids into two equal teams.
  • When the game starts, the object of the game is to get as many socks onto the other teams side of the room before time is up.
  • Team members must stay on their side of the room and toss the socks over to the other sides.
  • A team member cannot hold onto a sock for more than 10 seconds before having to throw it.
  • You could also add in beach balls of varying sizes with the socks, for variety.

Socks

7. Balloon Ping-pong

All you need is some balloons and either table-tennis bats, or make your own bats using paper plates and sticks for handles. Clear some space in the hall and off they go.

Balloon Ping-pong

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