Describe the game you enjoyed playing when you were younger.
You should say:
– What is that game.
– Who you played it with.
– Where did you play the game
– and explain why you enjoyed playing that game.
- I used to love playing a game called ‘Snakes and Ladders’ when I was a kid.
- It was a board game that involved rolling a dice and making your way up and down a winding path of squares, each with its own specific number.
- The goal was to get to the end of the board before your opponent.
- I would usually play this game with my siblings at home.
- In fact, we would sometimes invite our cousins over and play it with them as well.
- The game was so much fun that it often ended up being a family gathering.
- The game was always played on the floor of the living room.
- We would lay down the board on the floor, and then sit around it in a circle.
- We would take turns rolling the dice, and then move our respective pieces up and down the board.
- We were always so excited when we got to the top of the ladder and jumped right to the top.
- But we were also very scared when we had to slither down the snake and lose a lot of ground.
- What I loved about this game was that it taught me a lot of strategies and be patient.
- You had to think about your moves and look ahead to plan the best possible route to the finish line.
- I also liked the fact that it was a cooperative game.
- It was always so much fun to work together to get to the end.
- Overall, I really enjoyed playing Snakes and Ladders when I was younger.
- It was such a great way to spend time with my family, and I learned some valuable lessons about strategy that I still remember to this day.
- Dice: a small cube with each side having a different number of spots on it, used in games of chance or for deciding the number of moves in a game.
- Opponent: someone who competes with another in a game or contest.
- Cousins: a child of one’s aunt or uncle; a relative descended from one’s grandparent or more distant ancestor.
- Gathering: a group of people who have come together in one place.
- Strategy: a plan of action or policy designed to achieve a major or overall aim.
- Slither: to move slowly and smoothly, especially on the ground with many curves like a snake.
- Ladder: a structure consisting of two parallel sidepieces connected by a series of steps.
- Cooperative: working together to the same end.
Q1. What games do Indian children play now?
Indian children now play a variety of games, such as cricket, football, badminton, chess, and kabaddi.
Q2. Do boys and girls play different games?
Generally, boys and girls play the same games, but there are a few games, such as kabaddi, that are more popular with boys than with girls.
Q3. Why do children in kindergarten play games?
Children in kindergarten play games to help them develop physical and social skills, as well as to have fun.
Q4. Should games only be interesting or only to learn?
Games should be both interesting and educational, as this will help children develop a variety of skills.
Q5. Is winning important in games?
Winning is not the most important aspect of games; having fun and learning new skills are more important.
Q6. Is it more satisfying to win in a team than as an individual?
Yes, it is usually more satisfying to win as part of a team, as everyone can share the feeling of success.
Q7. Why are some people bad losers?
Some people are bad losers because they take the game too seriously, and can’t handle not winning.