Lawn Dice - Most Popular Games
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Lawn Dice - Most Popular Games

Lawn dice bring a fun and relaxed vibe to your family gatherings. Their oversized design takes away the stress of keeping track of small pieces, making it perfect for all ages, especially the little ones. Make up your own rules, play the most popular dice games, or simply make a tower, the options are endless. 


Yahtzee on the Lawn:

Score points by rolling combinations of dice, aiming for high-scoring patterns like three of a kind, a full house, and the elusive Yahtzee (five of a kind).

Gather your officially licensed oversized lawn dice
Assign specific areas on the scorecard for each category (e.g., three of a kind, four of a kind, full house, etc.).


Rolling the Dice:

  • Each player takes turns rolling the six lawn dice.
  • After the first roll, the player can choose which dice to set aside and which to re-roll.
  • After the second roll, the player can again select dice to keep and re-roll the rest.
  • Once the player decides to score or cannot make a valid move, they choose a category on the scorecard to record their points.
  • Categories include Ones, Twos, Threes, Fours, Fives, Sixes, Three of a Kind, Four of a Kind, Full House, Small Straight, Large Straight, Yahtzee, and Chance.

Special Rules for Lawn Version:

Consider adding a twist, like a bonus for rolling a Yahtzee on the first roll or allowing a re-roll for a certain number of failed attempts.


After the predetermined number of rounds, total the scores.
The player with the highest overall score is the winner.


Farkle Frenzy:

Score points by rolling combinations of dice, but be cautious—rolling a Farkle (no scoring combinations) means losing all points for that turn.

Obtain a set of lawn dice and find a comfortable outdoor setting for the game.
Decide on a target score for the game.


  • Players take turns rolling six lawn dice.
  • After each roll, players set aside scoring dice (e.g., ones, fives, three of a kind) and choose whether to roll the remaining dice or stop and score the points.
  • If a player rolls no scoring dice (a Farkle), they lose all points for that turn.
  • The first player to reach the predetermined target score wins.


Dice aren't your thing? Check out the rest of our game types featuring cornhole, baggo, darts, hook & ring battle, and many more top picks to rule the BBQ. 

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