A very simple game for children is one played like the old-fashioned

"London Bridge."

Two children with joined hands stand opposite each other, and the rest

form a ring and pass under the raised hands, while they repeat,

"We're seeking a pansy, a pansy, a pansy,

We've found one here."

As they say "here," the raised hands close around the child who was

passing by, and "Pansy" takes the place of the one who caught her, and

she names some other flower which is to be found, and the game goes on

as before, substituting that flower for pansy.

Then it continues until all the flowers are "found."

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