Five conventional Greek games
Five conventional Greek games
In antiquated times, youngsters in Greece would assemble on the roads or in parks and mess around. Games that elaborate physical science and creative mind. These days, TV and computer games possess the vast majority of the existence of Greek kids. Also Read: E words for kids
Nonetheless, the pattern of traditional Greek games is, by all accounts drawing in an ever-increasing number of kids who need to figure out how to play the rounds of their folks and grandparents. Here is a portion of those games:
This is an outside game that is famous in Kalavrita. To play it, you should be somewhere around five years of age. It’s like baseball, yet you hit a soccer ball. There are two groupings of five players separately. The game endures 1 hour or until a group scores 40 focuses. After kicking the ball, you begin going around the bases. Whenever you pass a base, your group gets four priorities. If the other group receives the ball before passing every one of the bases, you take no focus. A group wins when time is up, and they have the most stress or when they arrive at 40 places.
Ta Mila (apples)
In this customary Greek game, players are isolated into two groups. One group parts in two and moves around 15 meters separated. The other group is in the center. The game’s object is for the leading group to toss a ball (or a little ball) at the players of the other group in the center. If the ball hits a player, he is “scorched” and leaves the game.
Notwithstanding, on the off chance that a player gets the ball, they procure an “apple.” The object of this game is to get as quite a large number of “apples” as could be expected. Every ‘apple’ gives the player an additional ‘life’ that they can use if they get ‘scorched.’ At the point when a player wins an apple, he can likewise utilize it to bring a colleague who had been “singed” once more into the field (as in the video underneath).
The stone chase
the object of the game is to restore the stone to the pioneer without being contacted. Players pick a “base” (like a divider or a tree) and a pioneer. The pioneer has a stone in his grasp. Different members stand next to each other, confronting the pioneer, and hold out a hand. The pioneer gradually progresses before the players and claims to drop the stone into every member’s hand.
it was a well-known game throughout Greece during the post-war time frame, generally played outside or in open spaces. You play in two groups. Each group picks a section, tree, or other for “shelter” (limerick). The two asylums (Liberia) are around 30 meters separated.
A straight line is attracted to the center between the two shelters, utilizing chalk, subsequently isolating the two groups. This line addresses the limit between the two groups—the game beginnings. The game’s object is to figure out how to arrive at the asylum of the other group by saying “ABARISA.” This implies that you have defeated the other group’s asylum, and your group wins.