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Transcript of Tumbang Preso
by: Tanya Reyes & Ellie Gasgonia
It is a street game that originated in the Philippines and it has elements of both dodgeball and tag, and it teaches children strategic thinking. There is no known date as to how this game came to be
1 TIN CAN
A SLIPPER (FOR EACH PLAYER)
CHALK (FOR DRAWING THE CIRCLE)
TO KNOCK THE CAN OVER
IF THE CAN ISN'T KNOCKED OVER, TO RETRIEVE THE SLIPPER FROM THE CIRCLE WITHOUT GETTING TAGGED BY THE "TAYA" OR "IT"
"TAYA" OR "IT"
TO TAG THE PLAYERS THAT HAVE TO RETRIEVE THEIR SLIPPER IF THE CAN ISN'T KNOCKED OVER
TO RETURN THE CAN BACK IN PLACE IF KNOCKED OVER
there are 2-9 players
all players must stay on this starting line
the one who throws their slipper farthest from the center of the circle is "it"
DECIDING ON WHO'S "IT"
PLAYERS MUST STAY BEHIND THE STARTING LINE WHEN THROWING THEIR SLIPPER
IF THEY FAIL TO KNOCK THE CAN OVER, THEY MUST RETRIEVE THEIR SLIPPER AND GO TO THE END POINT
THE "IT" CAN CHASE THE PLAYER UNTIL HE REACHES THE END POINT, UNLESS THE CAN IS KNOCKED OVER
IF THAT IS THE CASE, THE "IT" MUST PUT THE CAN UPRIGHT BEFORE HE CAN PROCEED TO CHASE THE PLAYER
IF THE PLAYER IS CAUGHT, HE BECOMES THE NEXT "IT"