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DESCRIPTION Our country is developing; buildings and factories are growing like mushrooms, accompanied by the widespread use of the internet, which causes children to spend the day at school and at home with their computers, iPad, smart-phones and forget about the folk games. In order to help children understand the traditional games and to contribute to preserving and enhancing the value of these games in modern life, we will create a playground for everybody, especially children, to discover our traditional games. OBJECTIVE - Create a playground for children. - Restrict children to use the smart phone. - Connect family's member. - Help adults find back childhood. - Maintain traditional value. Everyone who is interested in folk games: - Kids (6-12) - Youth - Adults (30-60)
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  • Fall '16
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