CAT AND MOUSE.





The children sit in two rows facing each other, with a space

between. Blindfold two children, one being the "cat" and the other the

"mouse."



The "cat" stands at one end of the row and the "mouse" at the

other. They start in opposite directions and the "cat" tries to catch

the "mouse." The children may give hints as to the direction the

players are to go in. When the "mouse" is caught, he becomes "cat,"

and another child is chosen as "mouse."





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