PUSS IN THE CORNER.





All the children except one stand in corners, or in any fixed stations

if there are not enough corners to go around. The one who is out

stands in the middle to represent "Puss." The players then beckon to

each other one at a time saying, "Here, puss, puss," and run and

change places with the one who is called.



Puss tries to get one of the vacant places. If she succeeds, the

child who is left out is "Puss," until she manages to obtain a place.





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