Duck Under The Water





Each child chooses a partner and stands opposite to her, so that two

long lines are formed. Each couple holds a handkerchief between them, as

high as they can lift their arms, so as to form an arch. The couple

standing at the top of the lines run through the arch without letting go

their handkerchief, and station themselves at the bottom of the lines,

raising their handkerchief again so as to continue the arch. This is

done by each couple in succession until all have had a turn. Whoever

breaks the arch or drops the handkerchief must pay a forfeit.





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