A simple game similar to jacks: Good fun for getting kids thinking - and every game ends up differently!
Snowman yet. Snowman drops below... Otedama is a game played with are fabric beanbags called ojami which used to be sewn by grandmothers from silk kimono scraps. This traditional Japanese game just need two pairs of hands and some strategy and simple adding skills!
Pick up one and toss it into the air.
And back? The beanbags were often made by grandmothers with scraps of kimonos. Start again, but this time pick up two bags at each toss, then three bags, then four bags.
Try throwing up one beanbag, then catching it on the back of the hand. Finally, toss five beanbags into the air and catch as many as you can on the back of the same hand. Log in or create account to post your own reviews. Sign in Account. With the same hand, pick up another bag and transfer it to your other hand.
This time pick up two beanbags to transfer, and so on. Snowman Sun Arrow. Can you toss it from the back of one hand to the other hand?
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Otedama Games Otedama is a traditional Japanese game for girls played with 5 small beanbags or ojami. Scatter the five beanbags on the floor.