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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #126506: Playground: children's games
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    Playground: children's games


    In each of us lies a part of the child we were: let's find the games that rocked our childhood in a schoolyard, let our bursts of laughter and the images muted in our memory.

     

     

    Team or individual games:

     team.

     group.

     game.


    Pursuit games: they develop breathing, balance, musculature, speed, team spirit, game tactics, reflexes, they make us accept the rules.

     ball games.

     to play football (UK), to play soccer (US).

    volley-ball.

     bubbles.

     running.

     to play off-ground tag.

     to play hopscotch.


    Power games. They develop mental and/or physical strength, willpower, self-confidence.

    battleships.

    marbles. Les calots sont plus gros : on les appelle des taws.

     dice game.

     Simon says.

     arm-wrestling.

     play schools.


    Individual games, board games, word games, role plays: they develop intelligence, imagination, language skills, self-confidence, listening, respect for others, memory.

    card game.

     Scattergories.

     Happy Families.

     play draughts (UK). Play checkers (US).

     play with dolls.

     singing rounds.

     jump rope.

     play elastic, play elastics, play French elastic. Play French skipping.

    to play leapfrog.

     to hop.

     red light, green light !


     

    The games of sensory, spatial, physical, emotional controls, often static games develop vision, hearing, touch, taste, smell, balance, imagination,self-control

    and respect for others and environment, self-confidence, memory, strength, observation, rhythm.

     neither-yes-nor-no-game, yes or no game, yes/no game.

     to play dominoes.

     to play jacks.

     to play music.

     top.

    to spin like a top.

     swing.

     to play on a swing.

     seesaw.

    slide, children's slide, playground slide.

     roundabout (UK), merry-go-round.


    Enjoy yourselves with the exercise !!!

     

     



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    1.  Mary and Laura enjoy playing with the , and it's always Mary who pushes Laura on it.

    2.  To play consists of stretching a long elastic between the legs of two partners, and players must jump on the elastic by performing chains, but with each of their passages the elastic is raised.

    3.  When you jump over the back of another person bent in half, this game is called the .

    4. Isabelle pushed Gladys to go even higher on her.

    5.  You have to hop in each square, retrieve the pebble and jump the box where it was to finally get to heaven. It 's called the .

    6.  There are several ways to : solo or in a group, with a single rope or two turning in the opposite direction: an excellent game of coordination and observation.

    7.  It is a cheap game, where players earn the of their comrades when they are more skillful than them. The taws are larger.

    8.  This shy girl has fun making during her playtime.

    9. It is especially during the last week of the school year that the return to the playgrounds, when the school becomes a day nursery.

    10.  Patrick sent back the right out of the net which allowed his team to win the match.










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