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Cocoanut Drops
1/2 lb. cocoanut, grated. 1/2 lb. white sugar. The wh...

For making candy you will need an enamel or earthenware sauce...

Stake Guard
_10 to 30 players._ _Playground; gymnasium._ ...

The first thing to do when a plot has been given to you, is t...

Holly Wreath Or Snow Ball
Make several snowballs from crepe paper or white cotton. Hang...

Squatting Tug
Opposing players sit upon the ground facing each other, with ...

Postage-stamp Snakes
Old American stamps can be used for making snakes. There is n...

A Furnishing Game
A splendid game of shop can be played while the furnishing is...


Source: What Shall We Do Now?: Five Hundred Games And Pastimes
Category: PETS

A turtle is rather an interesting animal to keep, although he will not
do much in return. Even in summer they have a curious way of
disappearing for weeks together, and in winter, of course, you see
nothing of them. An ordinary mud turtle is often seen moving slowly
along the roads after a rain. He can be carried home by turning him
over on his back--but be careful to keep your fingers away from his
snapping mouth. As a rule they can feed themselves, and they also have
the happy knack of doing without food altogether for long periods, so
that you need not be anxious.

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