STATUES.





Arrange all the children except one on chairs or a bench. This one is

the leader and she stands on the floor in front of the children.

Beginning at one end of the row, she pulls each child from the bench,

letting her remain in whatever position she falls. Sometimes she can

tell them how to pose, for instance, she will say "Like an angel," and

that child will fold her hands and look upward. Another might be

"cross school-teacher," and this child may pretend to be scolding

someone. Each child remains perfectly still, posed in the attitude

suggested, until all the children are on the floor. Then the leader

selects the one she thinks has posed the best and that one takes the

leader's place and the game goes on as before.





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