Playing with a thread on your fingers

Playing with a thread on your fingers

  1. I remember this game, she's here But the poem is sorry ..
  2. And what interesting things were revealed: the game, which we called the "cat's cradle", came to us from abroad. It is difficult to say which of the peoples first came up with it - the Indians, the Eskimos, the French, the English, and many more children of different nations play it.

    "Cradle of a cat" (cats cradle) game is called in the UK. In Hawaii her name is "mesh", in Indonesia - "ladder", and we often call "thread" or "string".

    Play at least together - one player stretches on the fingers of both hands the ring-connected thread in a certain, pre-defined combination. The second player, also gently acting with the fingers of both hands, removes the thread, receiving the next given pattern. Patterns are also different - the same ladder, rails, rug, field, bridge, cradle ...

    This useful game develops and attention, and coordination, and observation. In the 18-th century, it was even recommended that she be examined by nurses, so as to entertain recumbent patients and help them restore the muscular function of their hands after the illness.

  3. There's a lot to describe, it's easier to read on the site
    I do not know the text, sorry.
  4. Yes, I remember playing exactly the same as in the pictures but there is a bunch of other variants of such games. there is an 2 person there on 1.

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