Technology-free games your kids will love


Is your kid a tech game junkie? Are you looking for ways to encourage them to give up computer programs, smartphone apps, and video games? These classic kid-friendly games do not require any technical gadgets and will help develop their cognitive and verbal skills, as well as their self-esteem.

Board games

Children learn best when they are engaging and having fun. Board games are great for your child’s cognitive development. Even the simplest board game involves some strategy, counting, and color spotting.

Card games

Of Go fish to Old maid, Card games are a great way to fight boredom and are fun for young and old (bonus points if you learn card magic tricks).

Build with LEGO

Use LEGO bricks to create, learn and play with. Let your child build their own constructions.

Scavenger hunt in nature

A nature scavenger hunt is a fun way to get kids to interact with nature, and you can do so in your own backyard. Make a list of natural items that match the time of year and location, and see how many your kids can find.

hide and seek

Ready or not here I come. This game is a classic that has kept its popularity for many years. Hiding and finding is a common interest among young children – so it’s a great game for kids and will keep them busy for a while.

Hang gliding

With a little help from an adult, young children can have a lot of fun kite flying. There is no hard and fast rule; Just make sure your kids make the connection between the pretty thing in the sky and the handle in their hand.


Hopscotch can be played indoors or outdoors, with tape or chalk. Using chalk, draw a hopping pattern on the floor or use tape on the floor and let the hopping begin. It’s traditionally not a very competitive game, but it can be turned into one if the kids so wish.

Tug of war

All you need for the game is a long rope and an open space to play. Each team pulls the rope as hard as possible. Stand the kids up and let the craziness begin as they pull.

Ball games

You can never go wrong with ball games, be it soccer, basketball or even hockey. With or without fancy gear, this is a great way to take kids outside and run around.


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