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From my childhood I recall going over to an older friends house and playing with a game called Lite Brite This was a popular game made by Hasbro which originally was developed in 1968 20 years later I was five years old and playing the same game with my six year old friend and her two year old younger brother The game involved arranging small colorful lights in specific sequences to create some kind of picture The lights or pegs fit into small holes on a board and lit up once they were pushed into the board A participant could either create their own design or follow a template provided in order to create a prefabricated scene The template consisted of a piece of paper that was laid over the light board Letters that symbolized colors were arranged on the piece of paper specifying where to put the different colored pegs pictures attached I recall going over to my older friends house and having her teach me how to play the game We were sitting in a room together and initially I was watching while my older friend Leah was putting the colorful pegs on the board I had seen commercials for the product on TV and still remember the catchy song that accompanied the advertisement Because of these commercials I already had a rough idea of how to play the game With Leahs experience and help I was able to understand how to follow directions on the template in order to make a specific design Letters of the alphabet represented the colors of pegs to use For example p was for purple r was for red etc Leah showed me how to attach the template page to the board and begin searching through the pegs for the right color The majority of Leahs instruction was administered through visuals which were accompanied with spoken instruction Leah was older and had previous experience with the game
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