On their imaginary journey, the three to six-year-olds in the early childhood development classes walk in the woods, visit a relative in the next village, or go fishing. They balance on bridges, quietly step over sleeping monkeys, escape from swamps on logs, open secret doors with special locks, by hitting them with a ball that they throw, and bravely hop over a snake. This allows the children to practice their fine and gross motor skills with very few resources, as well as learning to follow instructions and to focus on a task.