Catching The Mouse





The children sit in two rows opposite each other with a space between.

One child takes the place of "cat," being blindfolded, the cat standing

at one end of the row and the mouse at the opposite end. They start in

opposite directions, guiding themselves by the chairs, the cat trying to

catch the mouse. When the mouse is caught it is made the "cat," and one

of the company takes the place of the mouse.





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