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1. He feels that children need to have experience playing games without having to have there parents Make up the rules. Peter wanted kids to become more creative when they are playing a game so that throughout life they remember this and start doing it with others.
2. We sort of guessed what to do. Then we decided to go around the circle in our group and one by one make a rule. By the time we got around the circle twice it was flowing from person to person. After about five minutes we had created our own game rules! Alyssa, Gianna, Mikey F. and I played our game once and liked it so much that we did it for 30 more minutes. My favorite game that we played with was "Never have I Ever."
3. It helps kids with their creativity and learning how to make their own games with the ones they were given. It is also super fun to do the games with others if you have already make up rules.