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The simplest toys are often the best. Balls come in different sizes and weights, ranging from a very small bouncing ball to a large, weightless beach ball. While games such as baseball and basketball require a large playing area, there are many ball games that can be played indoors in a smaller space.
Have birthday parties with clowns and magicians been overdone in your elementary circles lately? Consider inviting a different special guest to the party to help your daughter and her friends have a birthday celebration to remember --- invite a cheerleader. With the help of a local cheerleader or two, finding activities for a cheerleading-themed birthday party can be an easy and memorable way for elementary girls to celebrate.
A teenage slumber party hardly seems complete without a rousing game of Truth or Dare. Even years after middle school and high school, a game of Truth or Dare can be a fun way to spend an evening with good friends. With the right questions, Truth or Dare can be fun, appropriate and help friends learn more about each other.
Skating is not only great exercise, it's a fun activity the whole family can enjoy. Whether you are roller skating, in-line skating or ice skating, the activity can be even more enjoyable with skating games. Many games typically played on dry land can be successfully modified for the skating rink -- basketball, for example -- but you can also play games specifically to build confidence on the ice.
Themed parties can be memorable events for children and adults alike. If you're planning a coal miner-themed party, then mining games will tie in nicely. Coal mining can be difficult and dangerous work, so coal miners don't actually play games while mining. However, there is a lot of trivia about mining that can be used to create games.