10 Children’s Games That Were Shockingly Banned

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10 Children’s Games That Were Shockingly Banned



Today’s children are far more likely to spend their time in front of a television while watching aggressive movies filled with violence or inane video games that may diminish their intelligence. Back in the olden days, though, kids somehow managed to explore their adventurous side by playing outdoors and inventing brand new games for all of the neighborhood children to have fun. However, parents and even schools have begun to ban some of these games, and local governments are tossing their opinions in. Here are ten children’s games that were shockingly banned.

Duck, Duck, Goose

A couple of years back, an online petition came forward asking everyone to ban the game of Duck, Duck, Goose from schools, as it was said to be highly dangerous to children who were trying to cross the playground in the middle of a game.

Tag

Various children’s schools throughout Oregon, South Carolina, Wyoming, and a few other states have already banned ‘Tag’ from their schools, as it is said to promote accidents.



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