Creative activities, such as drawing, coloring, painting and clay modelling » Traditional games such as hopscotch, marbles, skittles, dominoes, jacks and pick-up-sticks » Simple board games, such as Ludo and Snakes and Ladders, then more strategic board games such as Connect Four » Memory games » Logic/problem-solving games » Role-playing games, complete with hand-me-downs for costumes » Physical games, involving equipment such as a ball and bat Trampoline, with a safety net to avoid broken bones » Team sports at a local club.
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