2 edition of Childhood games and toys in traditional Igbo community found in the catalog.
Childhood games and toys in traditional Igbo community
Nwankwo, Ekwunife Anthony.
|Statement||Nwankwo Ekwunife Anthony.|
|LC Classifications||DT515.45.I33 N88 1993|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||54 p. :|
|Number of Pages||54|
|LC Control Number||94231500|
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You may have heard me talking about the findings on Radio 5 live this morning (from 53’30” in), supporting the call for a ‘rough and tumble play’ campaign. Mourning the loss of such games makes a nice summer season story. But does it really matter. Following the publication of the book “African Children’ s Toys” (EDISUD/UNESCO publications), the first exhibition African children’ s toys was held at UNESCO Headquarters from 26 March to 6 April at the UNESCO Section for Crafts and Design in the endeavour to work in favour together with the International In the Igbo traditional setting, the rules of law are uncodified.
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This is a list of games that used to be played by children, some of which are still being played ional children's games do not include commercial products such as board games but do include games which require props such as hopscotch or marbles (toys go in List of toys unless the toys are used in multiple games or the single game played is named after the toy; thus "jump rope" is a 's_games.
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