Dominoes pebbles

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Every day, find one of the infos extracted from the new issue of the collection "The essentials of: 71 games for out and in", sold with the June issue of. Today, two games for 4-6 years.

  • During a walk, help your child find flat pebbles, black if possible, which can be used as dominoes. The ideal is to find pebbles of roughly the same size and shape.
  • With white paint and a fine paintbrush, your toddler draws a line in the width direction, to cut the pebble into two areas.
  • Then, in each zone, he draws points between 1 and 6 points per side, and alternates all possible combinations of numbers (1-5, 2-4, 6-3, 3-2, etc.).
  • Help him to know how many points he should draw. Let it dry before a game of dominoes ... outdoor!


  • Each child inflates 2 balloons, with your help if needed, and ties them to his ankle with a string. The rule is simple: they must run to burst the balloons of others, but not theirs!
  • As soon as a child has his two balloons exploded, he is eliminated. The winner is the last player to still have one or two balloons.

Stéphanie Letellier

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Find more information in "The essentials of: 71 games for outside and inside", sold with the June issue of pocket format.

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