“The Adventurous Book of Outdoor Games” Giveaway

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What’s one of the best ways to ensure your kids are healthy, strong, and active?  Send them outdoors!  Inevitably, every parent will hear this statement, though, “We’re bored.  What can we do?”  How many ideas can you actually come up with, each one being shot down as not fun, before you simply run out?  You need some help.  Enter The Adventurous Book of Outdoor Games by Scott Strother.  

I grew up in a cul-de-sac containing about 20 school-aged kids.  Finding a group to start a game with was no issue.  But sometimes we got bored with the old standbys of tag, hide and seek, and capture the flag.  Although we didn’t have The Adventurous Book of Outdoor Games, my parents did give us a similar book of games that we used endlessly for years.  It rescued us all from many “boring” days throughout the year.  But what’s great about The Adventurous Book is that it’s filled with games for five different activity levels.  Want to keep the kids in your yard and relatively quiet?  Activity Level One features games that, while promoting physical activity, are not as vigorous.  Kids broke into your hidden stash of fine free trade chocolates, polishing off every last bit?  Maybe they need a thorough running around to purge the sugar rush.  Try Activity Level Five to keep them in running mode throughout the bulk of the game.  And whether you’ve got little kids or big kids, I’d say 90% of the games are for any age.  All game instructions begin with giving you information such as number of kids needed, suggested age, how long the game takes, and what sort of playing field you’ll need.  Very easy to thumb through, great games that even parents can join in on, and what’s more, no more “We’re bored.  What can we do?”

Ready to keep those kids’ feet moving all year long?  Enter to win your own copy of The Adventurous Book of Outdoor Games: Classic Fun for Daring Boys and Girls!

1.) Leave me a comment sharing your kids’ favorite outdoor game.  Or is it a struggle for you to get them out doors in the first place?  (You may enter once a day – following entries don’t require you to answer the question.) Remember, leave an interesting comment.  If I cannot contact the winner, you might be chosen instead based on your comment.

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3.) Blog about this giveaway on your blog with a link back to this post.  Come back and leave me a Comment with a link to your blog post. (If your comment doesn’t show up right away, don’t worry – I may have to approve it first.  My blog might think it’s spam but gosh darn, I certainly don’t!)

4.) I’m feeling Twittery.  If you Twitter a link to this giveaway, come back and comment here to let me know your Twitter name for another entry!

Feel free to do all four, and you have four entries to win! You have until midnight EST on Saturday, December 20, 2008, to enter.

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175 thoughts on ““The Adventurous Book of Outdoor Games” Giveaway

  1. gd’s favorite is jumping on the trampoline or playing on the swingset. She loves to do anything outside when it’s nice. Thanks for the contest.


  2. My son doesn’t really have a favorite outdoor game, but his favorite outdoor activity is “scootering” on his Spiderman scooter!

  3. My boys love to play basketball together outside.

    It’s like pulling teeth to get the oldest one out there, but after he starts shooting hoops, he does have a lot of fun. He’s a big reader and, frankly, likes to be the one in charge! If he could read and choose his own games, he might play outside more, which would be GREAT!

    Thanks for the giveaway opportunity!

  4. I don’t have a child yet, I want to win this to give to a friend’s kids. As a child I always loved going out and playing 500 with the other kids. One kid would call a number of points and throw the ball to the rest. Whoever caught it got that number of points. When someone reached 500 points they would be the new thrower.

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