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Top 10 Neighborhood Games for All Ages

by Lindsay Hutton

Remember when you were a child, and everyone in your neighborhood would gather for a rousing game of kickball or hide and seek? When the dog days of summer get boring, get outside and get everyone in the neighborhood involved with one of these favorite childhood games. Your kids will have a blast, and they'll bring back memories of your own childhood!

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Kickball


This old-time favorite is a great game for kids of all ages. The rules for kickball are similar to baseball, except instead of hitting the ball, you have to--you guessed it--kick it.

Read up on the complete set of rules for how to play kickball.

Next: Wiffle Ball

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