Indian Trail





A pupil is blindfolded and placed in the front of the room. Other

pupils, one or two at a time, are given the opportunity to stealthily

approach the one blindfolded, in an endeavor to take some object, from

before his feet, such as a flower pot and saucer, or a tin can with a

loose pebble in it, without being detected by the one blindfolded. If a

pupil succeeds in taking back the object to his seat without having

been heard, he wins a point for his aisle. Where two pupils are sent

forward at the same time, two similar objects must be placed at the

foot of the one blindfolded. The aisle scoring the largest number of

points in this way wins the game.





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