Balloon Games for Kids

It’s no surprise that children love balloons. Here are four balloon games that you can play with your young kids to keep them entertained, active, and smiling. Learn more here from CareNectar expert Shenley Seabrook.

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Who It's For

Children ages 3 to 10 years old

Why It Empowers

Balloons games promote children’s physical development. Not only do Balloon Games keep children active, but they also allow them opportunities to work on their hand-eye coordination and gross motor skills.

What's Needed

  • 15 minutes of time
  • Blown up balloons (please see safety tip below)
  • Net, bucket, or rackets (optional)
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    Meet The Expert

    Shenley Seabrook

    Shenley Seabrook is a Licensed Mental Health Counselor who works primarily with children and adolescents in a private practice setting. She is also a foster parent and lives with her husband and daughter in Indiana. Shenley recently wrote her first children’s book, We Have the Same Heart, which celebrates diversity, inclusion, and community service.