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"paul Revere Race"
The group is divided into teams of from 8 to 15 each. These t...

Paddling
To boys who wear knickerbockers the preparations for paddling...

Allaround Athletic Championship
This contest was instituted in America in 1884 to give athlet...

Tap Relay
The pupils of each aisle constitute a team. All bend their he...

Torn Flowers.
Prepare a table full of different colored tissue paper, b...

Lost Child The
_10 to 30 or more players._ _Schoolroom; parlor; playgro...

Jingling
This game is common to the West of England, and is called a "...

Drop The Flower
This is played the same as drop the handkerchief except a flo...

I See Red

Source: School, Church, and Home Games
Category: SCHOOLROOM GAMES for Primary Pupils





One pupil is given the privilege of thinking of some object in the
room, of which he discloses the color to the rest of the pupils. For
example, if he sees a red apple he says, "I see red." Thereupon the
other pupils endeaver to guess what red object in the room is thought
of. The one succeeding, next selects the object to be guessed.





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