Different teens describe the concept of "cool" in various ways, and About.com's "Teen Party Games" suggests dozens of activities designed to get anyone and everyone involved, including a quiz on pop culture, balloon wars... More »

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Some cool crafts for teens are beaded pen and pencil wraps, letter art with thumb tacks, the "Play Ball!" baseball bracelet, oil and water droplet paintings, and string bowls. Instructions for these crafts and many other... More »

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Some volleyball cheers for teenagers are "ace, ace in your face" and "to the window, to the wall, we saw you shank that ball...shank you very much." Another good volleyball cheer is to yell one, two, three in line with t... More »

Examples of games for boys include a "sword relay race," "island scurry" and "cops and robbers." These games are appropriate for boys ages 4 to 11. More »

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The hardest game on Cool Math Games is called "World's Hardest Game." It consists of moving a red square to collect yellow circles while avoiding fast-moving blue circles. The game features 30 levels, and players can sel... More »

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There are many cool games that work perfectly for a group of friends sitting around a bonfire, including Truth or Dare, Telephone and Two Truths and a Lie. Since they center on the fire, bonfire games typically need to b... More »

Websites that offer fun and cool games for multiple grade levels include Coolmath-Games.com, PBSKids.org, HoodaMath.com, and MathGames.com. All of these sites offer a wide variety of games at multiple levels to appeal to... More »

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