Our laro ng lahi reflect the ingenuity of the Filipino, as children make use of mundane things like sticks, stones and slippers to produce friendly competition among peers.
These laro ng lahi challenge a child’s tactical intellect and teach a multitude of values. It teaches them that life is bound by rules – and if they break them, they have to pay the price. It also teaches the importance of meaningful strategy, planning ahead, teamwork and communication.
But for the most part, our laro ng lahi are there for the laughs, excitement and sheer fun.
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