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Q2_M1: Invasion Game (Catch Up)

Quiz by Ginalyn Tagle

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  • Q1

    What is the main goal of the game “Tubigan”?

    To invade the opponents' territory

    To hop or jump through the spaces using one or both feet without stepping on the lines to get the pamato.

    To capture as many shells and place them into “ulo” (head).

    To  snatch the  handkerchief without being tagged.

  • Q2

    What is the other term or name of the game “Patintero”?

    Flicks a finger


    Harang Taga

    Jump over the thorns

  • Q3

    Which of the following skills will NOT be developed in playing patintero?

    Develop spatial awareness

    Ability to build words

    Strategic thinking

  • Q4

    How many teams are involved in the game Patintero?





  • Q5

    It is derived from the spanish word tinte, what is the meaning of this word?


    tint and ink



  • Q6

    Which of the following skills are NOT developed in the game “Patintero”?

    listening skills


    spatial awareness

    hand-eye coordination

  • Q7

    Why do you need to participate in this kind of game?

    To  maintain bad posture

    To become unhealthy

    To be physically strong

  • Q8

    Which set of values should NOT be displayed by the players?

    Hard work, Courage and Confidence

    Fairness, Discipline and Determination

    Pride, Arrogance and Jealousy

    Joy, Respect and Patience


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