Source: School, Church, and Home Games
Category: SCHOOLROOM GAMES for Primary Pupils
The pupils of the room are divided into two groups. One side decides
upon some action it will represent, such as sawing wood, washing
clothes, etc., and thereupon represents the action. The other group has
five chances to guess what the first group is trying to represent.
Failing to do this, they must forfeit one of their players to the
second group and the same side again represents an action.
When a group presents an action to the others, the following dialogue
First Group: Here we come.
Second Group: Where from?
First Group: New Orleans.
Second Group: What's your trade?
First Group: Lemonade.
Second Group: How is it made?
The first group then represents the action.
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