Skipping games were once the most popular games in Britain but have recently been in decline, Julia Bishop explores the rise and fall of skipping games.
In this film Michael Rosen introduces the history of ball games.
Skipping games have a long history.
This film explores the fun and complicated skipping games that children play.
Professor Andrew Burn and Steve Roud discuss how childhood has changed over the last few decades.
Doctor Rebekah Willett explores how children bring imaginative narratives and language into their games such as running around games, socio-dramatic play, fantasy play and singing and dancing games.
Steve Roud explores the way in which boys and girls play together on the playground.
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