It doesn’t always take the newest electronics to make a kid happy. Sometimes you can teach them one of the old games you used to play and they have a ball learning from you.
We remember a few you might like to try. How about those hand games we played with each other when we were small? Do you remember Miss Mary Mack? Kids think it’s a blast to learn and teach to their friends.
How about Cat’s Cradle? Were you one of those kids that could play this for hours? It begins with a simple piece of string. Who can argue with that? The kids will soon be competing to develop new moves to keep the game going.
And there is always a Cootie Catcher. These are fun because the kids can help make them and they can decide what gets written on them as well. Your only investment is a piece of paper. How cool is that?
These are a few old games that will be new and unusual for your kids. We’d love to see you having fun, teaching these games to the next generation. Camping games don’t always require batteries or WiFi.