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Back language stimulates the visual imagination and develops the tactile perception. Children learn to describe directions, shapes and spatial relationships. The child feels and recognizes a picture that is painted on his back or on another part of his body.
The feeling is translated into an image in the mind. This image can be drawn or written on paper or selected from other images.
There are 4 series with 20 cards with different order series. Two children sit in a row. The child sitting behind picks a card from one of the series and draws the pattern on the back of the front child with a finger or a stick. This child looks for the card with the image he has felt and shows it to the draftsman. Check if it is correct and then make a new drawing. The manual still contains numerous game variations.
Back language is played in groups of two from 4 years.