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Birds Fly.
The players sit in a circle, one person who is quick and wi...

Jumping Rope
(Skipping) _3 to 100 players._ _Playground; gymnasium...

Digging
The young gardener should practise digging, with a view to di...

Jack Frost.
Around Christmas and New Year's the children will enjoy pla...

I Say Stoop!
_5 to 60 or more players._ _Playground; gymnasium; schoo...

What Is Due To Dogs
Do not overdo your mastership. Remember that a dog needs much...

The Four Saucers
Place four saucers on table in line. Into first put dirt; int...

Apples And Flour
Suspend horizontally from ceiling a stick three feet long. On...

Cardboard Boxes

Source: What Shall We Do Now?: Five Hundred Games And Pastimes
Category: INDOOR OCCUPATIONS AND THINGS TO MAKE





Cardboard boxes, of a more useful nature than paper boxes, are made on
the same principle as the house described on p. 239, and the furniture
to go in it, as described later in the same chapter. The whole box can
be cut in the flat, out of one piece of cardboard, and the sides
afterward bent up and the lid down. Measurements must of course be
exact. The prettiest way to join the sides is to use thin silk instead
of paper, and the lid may be made to fasten by a little bow of the
same material.





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