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The Cobbler
The cobbler sits in the middle on a stool or hassock, and the...

Spanish Fly
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Little Bopeep.
Dress the little girl in whose honor the party is given as ...

As the guests assemble for the Valentine party, give each g...

The floors can be stained or painted either all over or round...

Hop Step And Jump
This is a change from ordinary racing. The competitors, inst...

Have You Seen My Sheep?
_10 to 30 or more players._ _Playground; parlor; gymnasi...

Composite Animals
In this game the first player writes the name of an animal at...

Nuts To Crack

Source: Games For All Occasions

Pass pencils and paper to each guest with the following written upon

1 (A Dairy product.)

2 (A Vegetable.)

3 (A Country.)

4 (A Girl's name.)

5 (A structure.)

6 (A name often applied to one of our presidents.)

7 (Every Ocean has one.)

8 (That which often holds a treasure.)

9 (The names of two boys.)

10 (A letter of the alphabet and an article made of tin.)

Explain that the above describes ten different nuts, which they are to
guess. The nuts described are (1) butternut; (2) peanut; (3) brazil nut;
(4) hazel nut; (5) walnut; (6) hickory nut; (7) beechnut; (8) chestnut;
(9) filbert; (10) pecan. A prize may be awarded to the one first having
correct answers.

Thanksgiving originated with the pilgrims who came from England in the
Mayflower. What other ships were they acquainted with? Provide the
guests with pencils and paper having the following questions written
upon it:

1. What they met for on Sunday?

2. What feeling existed among them?

3. What ship was popular with the young folks?

4. What did it lead up to?

5. What was one of the young women fond of?

6. What was unpleasant for them?

7. What caused them to leave England?

8. What interfered with their peace?

9. What would have aided them?

10. What increased their number?

A prize may be awarded to the one who correctly answers the questions
first. The answers are: 1. Worship; 2. Friendship; 3. Courtship; 4.
Partnership; 5. Fellowship; 6. Hardship; 7. Rulership; 8. Leadership; 9.
Airship; 10. Heirship.

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