When you’re stuck inside on a rainy day, consider playing some of these indoor games without equipment. 1-One Word Stories. This exciting word game can be played by as little as two people. The first player begins by saying a word to start the story off. The second player adds another word, and everyone else follows suit adding only one word per turn.
The only things required to throw rocks at inanimate targets as a challenge between friends are rocks. They don't count as equipment, however, because anyone can find them anywhere. This game requires space and a little planning to make sure no windows, cars, animals, and most of all, people, are situated behind the target.
We’ve all been home for what seems like 1 million days. We’ve watched Disney+ for hours on end and have played every board game we own…37 bajillion times. It’s time for some new indoor activities that the kids will enjoy! Here are some fun games that use creativity and imagination but that don’t require equipment or trips to the store.
37 Quick Games to Play - (that require no special equipment!) Wow!! Thanks very, very much to Trudy Haughland, who posted all these ideas to the Guiding Mailing List! These games are all so short I decided they didn't need their own individual pages. For most of these games you need no equipment - just players.
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PE Games Needing No Equipment. #1 – Red Rover. This classic game is a lot of fun and easy to learn. In Red Rover, the participants are split into two teams of equal size that form ... #2 – Captain’s Orders. #3 – Relay running races. #4 – Cops and Robbers (Team tag game) #5 – Wheelbarrow races.
Of course, the games listed below all have a few things in common - they can be set up within a minute or two and you won't need any special equipment or resources to play them. If you're looking for further suggestions for games with no preparation needed, our search filter should help you find what you're looking for.
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Quiet Game – a total classic and golden game for parents everywhere. I Spy – Cooper is still REALLY bad at this game but it’s still hilarious to play. Scavenger Hunt – this one is really easy for outside play and buys you at least 20 minutes of occupied time. Ask kids to do things like: find 3 green leaves, or bring me 2 brown rocks, or pick up 5 sticks bigger than your hand – you get the idea.
Hope you and your child enjoy these fun games. If you are looking for more ideas make sure to download my Roll a Dice Movement Game. It includes more games with either no equipment or simple items that you can find in your home. Have fun playing! ~ Urszula