Today I present you another great game that emerged from the endless creativity source surrounding me: my kids!
This time, we have being watching Cirque du Soleil videos and my little men got immediatly body-involved with what they saw. To my surprise, they turned sofas into jumping boards and pommel horses and home library into scaffolding gymnastic set. Mhmm… Their initiative to play circus was great, no one could deny that. Problem was this was not quite what I expected them to do with our home furniture. How to channel their will to play and save our house (and themselves) from possible total destruction? Quite puzzling, right? Here´s when the Taran! game appeared to save the day.
Again, I don´t know really who thought of it. How this creative game came to life is still a mystery for me. It just happens, like in the Papparazi game. We are there, certain curiosity is there, certain unbalance is there and, plum!, a new game appears. I´m starting to believe it´s a collective construction: no owner, many enjoyers.
This one is very simple. You just need two kids to do a fun acrobatic performance for about 10 seconds (they don´t last much more in the position) and say: Taran! Then repeat it as many times as kids want to, even get them to practice while you do other chores as cooking, reading, blogging a bit and caring for the toddler in the family who might not be ready for Taran! yet… as you will see in a near future post.