At our house, we LOVE Nerf guns! Here are a collection of the most awesome Nerf games to make and play.
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Favorite Nerf Gear:
The Nerf N-Strike Elite Firestrike and the Strongarm Blaster are both good guns to start with. The Firestrike is best for younger kids – my 3 year old just recently became strong enough to cock it himself. The Strongarm Blaster takes more strength to cock, but it also holds 6 darts, which is fun. I just consulted with my boys, and we are thinking age 5+ for the Strongarm Blaster.
The Jolt Blaster is a fun pocket-sized gun. It has an amazing amount of power for such a small gun!
Now, onto the games!
Tin Can Challenge – This post has ideas for an entire Nerf birthday party. Scroll through the photos to find the tin can game.
Paper Plate Targets from All for the Boys – Great for a rainy day because you probably have what you need on hand!
Ping Pong Ball Targets – Shoot the ball off the bottle. Works well indoors or out!
Spinning Nerf Targets – So easy to make and SUPER fun!
Minecraft Nerf Targets from Housing a Forest
Cardboard Reusable Target – also works well with a football
How to Play Nerf Capture the Flag
Nerf Party Game – Outdoor Obstacle Course. Awesome!
Jedi Training with Clone Targets – The post has a whole birthday party, scroll down for the clone game.
Plastic Cup Shooting Gallery – The addition of Lego mini figures is genius!
Shoot the Sight Word – Brilliant!
Build a PVC pipe Nerf dart popper – A favorite at our house!
Here’s an amazing Nerf birthday party – I love the homemade velcro dart shirt idea!
These camo barricades made out of cardboard boxes would be fun for a group Nerf gun war.
Nerf Turkey Targets – fun for Thanksgiving!
Kristian Stull Aug 1, 2017
Thank you, these are such great ideas!
Carmina Wampler Feb 1, 2019
I almost by no means submit responses on blogs, but I like to say I take pleasure in reading this website. Typical I weblog about slick guns.
peter clark Mar 26, 2019
Great post on gun safety. You definitely captured a lot of thoughts on many peoples minds. I think teaching gun safety first, and then how to use the gun should be next. Thanks for posting
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