TRADITIONAL GAMES WE USED TO PLAY IN THE PAST (1B2)

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Let’s face it, when you were younger you weren’t glued to your mobile or Ipad, addicted to 24-hour children’s TV channels or creating online social media profiles to have fun.

Of course you weren’t – you used to be outside, in the street,  playing classic games that you’d love your children to play now.

http://www.huffingtonpost.co.uk/2016/08/01/fun-traditional-games-parents-played-when-children_n_7553124.html

CAN YOU REMEMBER ANY OF THOSE GAMES? WHICH GAMES WOULD YOU PLAY WHEN YOU WERE YOUNGER?

IF YOU HAPPEN TO FIND OUT OTHER UNUSUAL WORDS FOR STREET GAMES, PLEASE SHARE THIS INFORMATION WITH US!!

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Posted on December 9, 2016, in GOTTA READ IT and tagged . Bookmark the permalink. 3 Comments.

  1. BENIGNO ZABALLOS SAMPER

    When I was yonger… I played with my soccer ball… as well, I played with my school,s friend small balls (I think called marbles) and with bottle stoppers (chapas)…I was racing… I pushed them with my finger…

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  2. They are called marbles, you´re right.

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  3. This is to play “bottle caps”

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