A spinning top is a cylindrical, frustoconical or round toy at the top and conical at the bottom, traditionally made of pear-shaped wood, armed with a cuff, which is danced giving it a legend. Each of the blows given to a spinning top placed on the ground, throwing another spinner to the side are the jets.
CURIOSITIES OF THE SPINNING TOP
Long ago, children made this toy from a half-broken acorn, a piece of thread reel or a piece of wood specially made.
HOW DO YOU PLAY?
The ‘turntable war’ involves drawing a circle on the ground and throwing several turntables on it. The longest ferrule dancing in the circle will be the winner. If one of the players fails to 'dance' the turntable, the rest will be able to hit him with his rejo.