When I was a kid, I used to play these games with my friend. We usually spent break-time in school to gather and play. Or after school in the evening, we played with neighbor’s children. Especially the children living in the country really enjoyed folk games since there are not amusement park, cinemas, cartoons or computers that are convenient for them. However, the folk games I am talking about here are exciting and the children get a chance to be free from their parents, have wide spaces for themselves and hundred of traditional games to play.
Some of these games are not so popular these days, especially in the city, as the children are kept at home and they kill time by watching TV or playing computer games. However, these traditional folk games still draw kids' attention magically. They might not often play it as I and many other generations have, but the stories about these folk games are still passed down from family to family.
The player tosses the ball with one hand in the air and when it's in the air, she must pick up the sticks fast with the same hand and catch the ball. There are ten rounds she has to pass.
The player tosses the stone with one hand in the air and while it’s in the air, she must pick up the stones fast with the same hand and catch the stone in the air. There are five rounds she has to pass. When finishing the last round, she has to weigh the stones by moving all of the stones (usually 6 stones) on the palm to the opposite site. The more stones she gets the higher scores she has.