Presentation on theme: "TRADITIONAL GAMES AND TOYS OF CANTABRIA "The role of folklore in the cultivation of national traditions" Colegio El Salvador Comenius Project 2012-2014."— Presentation transcript:
TRADITIONAL GAMES AND TOYS OF CANTABRIA "The role of folklore in the cultivation of national traditions" Colegio El Salvador Comenius Project 2012-2014
Material – A piece of chalk and a small stone. Playing Field – Playground How to play – You draw the “castro” (square pattern) on the ground and throw the small stone in the square marked 1. After, you throw the stone in square 2, and continue through the pattern. You have to hop or jump through all the squares in order, skipping the square with the stone. Click here.Click here
Material – A rope Playing Field – An open space with a line drawn on the ground to divide the two teams. How to play – 2 teams with equal number of players are on each side of the rope and pull in opposite directions. The team that pulls the other team across the line, wins. Click here.Click here
Canicas (Marbles) Material – Mud and paint How to play – Make the marbles using the mud and paint. Draw a finish line or make a hole in the ground. The objective is to throw one marble at the others, knocking them until they reach the hole or finish line.
Cariocas Material – Rice, balloons, string, colored strips of plastic (cut from trash bags) How to play – Once you have filled the balloons with rice and tied the string and strips of plastic to the end of the balloon, you spin it around above your head and throw it.
Los Zancos (Stilts) Material – Two pots, two long pieces of rope, two ropes and stickers or electrical tape. How to play - Once you have decorated the pots with stickers, you make two holes in the pots and thread each piece of rope through the holes in the pots. Now, they are ready to play.