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Use different coloured spray paints to paint a DIY twister mat on the grass. Then let the game begin! Put a summery twist on ten pin bowling by using pineapples instead of pins. Line them up and see if you can knock them all down! Fill each one with water to weigh it down and then cut some rings out of an old cardboard box. Then see who can toss as many rings onto the bottles, and make it harder by standing further away. Make your water bombs re-usable by using sponges instead of balloons.
Give each team a bucket of water and a couple of sponges, then let the water fight begin! How about setting up an obstacle course in your garden? A treasure hunt makes a fun outdoor party game and you could re-use our free printable outdoor treasure hunt clues to set up a fun summer scavenger hunt. You might remember this old classic from school sports days. Give each player an old potato sack and see who can reach summers birthday game finish line in the fastest time! This summer game is perfect for hot days.
Put a twist on classic egg and spoon races with this fun outdoor party game. A simple game of noughts and crosses taken outside can be a fun summer party game. Create the board with a couple of bamboo sticks or something similar and use rocks with noughts and crosses drawn on top with chalk.
Make a target by cutting a whole in the middle of an old cardboard box. Then see who can toss a bean bag through the hole — the further away you are, the harder it will be! This strictly outdoor game is great fun on a hot day. Fill a load of balloons with water and try to soak your opponents! How about setting up a summer photo booth? Decorate a corner of your garden with some Hawaiian decorations, grab some photo props and strike a pose!
Grab a hula hoop and see who can spin it round their waist the longest. Make it harder by seeing who can run the furthest without letting the hoop drop! Get competitive with a mini Olympics tournament! Set up different events around the garden running races, long jump, throwing contests, etc and reward the winner of each event with a plastic summers birthday game like this!
Got a sand pit in your garden? Have a go at playing pass the sand! Put the whole group in a circle and give one player a handful of sand. See how far you can pass the sand around the circle by passing it from person to person, trying to drop as little as possible! Split the group into pairs and give each pair a water balloon. They must toss it from one to the other. Whoever drops it and pops it is out. Use a long piece of rope to play tug of war! Make sure the teams are equal in strength and let the tug of war begin!
This summer party game will take you back to school sports days! Put the group in pairs and tie each of their legs together with an old tie. Then race to the end of the garden as fast as you can without falling over! A frisbee is endless fun for kids and grown-ups alike. Most people have a couple of badminton rackets knocking around in their garage — play for points or just for fun!
Draw a hopscotch pattern on the ground on a patio would be perfect and each square. Then get hopping! This game will provide hours of fun for younger children. Use chalk to draw a target on the patio. Then grab a bucket of water and a couple of sponges. Take turns throwing the sponges at the target, trying to get a bulls eye! Limbo is the ultimate summer party game perfect for anyone throwing a Hawaiian luau party! You could get a proper limbo stick like this or improvise with a broom and a person to hold it at either end.
Remember doing wheelbarrow races on school sports days? This timeless game is still fun for kids today — and a great way to have some fun outside! Give each player a boiled egg and a spoon and on your marks, get set, go! Ready to plan your own summer party? Take a look at our full range of summer party supplies or stay on our blog for even more inspiration! Laura is Content and Social Coordinator at Party Delights and spends her days filling the Party Delights blog with tonnes of great party ideas and fancy dress tips.
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Summer is the perfect time to venture outside and play some outdoor games! Pineapple bowling Put a summery twist on ten pin bowling by using pineapples instead of pins. Sponge water bombs Make your water bombs re-usable by using sponges instead of balloons. Obstacle course How about setting up an obstacle course in your garden?
Spin a hula hoop round your waist Dribble a summers birthday game around some cones Skip for 30 seconds Hop on one leg for 30 seconds Slide down a slide Do a forward roll Treasure hunt A treasure hunt makes a fun outdoor party game and you could re-use our free printable outdoor treasure hunt clues to set up a fun summer scavenger hunt.
Sack races You might remember this old classic from school sports days. Water balloon spoon races Put a twist on classic egg and spoon races with this fun outdoor party game. Outdoor noughts and crosses A simple game of noughts and crosses taken outside can be a fun summer party game. Bean bag toss Make a target by cutting a whole in the middle of an old cardboard box. Water balloon dodge ball This strictly outdoor game is great fun on a hot day. Summer photo booth How about setting up a summer photo booth? Hula hooping contest Grab a hula hoop and see who can spin it round their waist the longest.Summers birthday game
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22 Best Summer Games for the Whole Family to Play Outside