SPOOL FLOWER HUNT.





Gather together as many spools as possible, marking each with a

separate letter, which, when put together, will form the name of some

flower, such as: rose, violet, daisy, pansy, etc. Stand all the

spools in a row, those forming names standing together.



One child, the gardener, gathers up all the spools and hides them in

all the corners and out-of-the-way places in the room, only one spool

being in each place. When all are hidden, the children are summoned in

to hunt for the flowers.



The object is to find such spools as form a name. As the spools are

found, the children see if the letters on them spell a flower.



When the hunt is over, the one having the most complete sets of

flowers is the winner.





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