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Portuguese traditional game scarf


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Unity through Diversity - Comenius - Gran Canaria, April, 2014

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Portuguese traditional game scarf

  1. 1. CANARY ISLANDS SPAIN – APRIL2014 Sport and traditional games
  3. 3. This is a game of individual participation that can be played in any space, both indoors and outdoors. Game procedure WHAT YOU NEED: •A scarf •A group of players 1. The players form a circle. 2. One player (player A) goes around outside of the circle whilst singing “The scarf is on the hand, but it’s going to fall to the ground”, before dropping the scarf behind someone (player B) in the circle. A
  4. 4. 3. Player B picks up the scarf and chases after player A. Player A runs around the outside of the circle aiming to get to the space vacated by player B before being touched. B A
  5. 5. 4. Whoever is unsuccessful goes in the middle of the circle and all the other players say “go to hatching”. A B 5. The game restarts with the successful player (either player A or B) running around the circle and dropping the scarf.
  6. 6. 6. The player in the middle of the circle watches and when the scarf is dropped tries to catch it. If the player is successful he/she leaves the “hatching” and is replaced by the player that didn’t notice the scarf behind him/her. 7. Whoever is unsuccessful goes in the middle of the circle (see 4) whilst the successful player restart the game (see 2).
  7. 7. See the video of a group of pupils playing it. (click on the video to see it) THANK YOU!!!! SEE YOU IN PORTUGAL. BIG KISS TO ALL OF YOU 