Counting-out Rhymes
To decide who is to begin a game there are various counting-o...

I Saw
Class stands as for gymnastics. The teacher, beginning with t...

Johnny Ride A Pony
_10 to 60 players._ _Playground; gymnasium._ This is ...

The Lucky Or Unlucky Slipper.
A slipper is waved three times over the head and then throw...

Water Race
In this game the contestants run a race carrying a glass or t...

"Laughter" is just the opposite. The company sit in a circle ...

Club Snatch
_10 to 60 players._ _Playground; gymnasium._ This is ...

Water Charm.
Place three bowls on a table, one containing clear water, a...


Source: Games for Everybody

Suspend a large Christmas wreath in a doorway at a convenient height
from the floor. Prepare in advance "snowballs," made of cotton batting
covered with white tissue paper.

The players stand about eight feet from the wreath, and take turns,
one at a time. Each is given three "snowballs," and the one who
succeeds in throwing all three, one at a time, through the wreath, is
given the prize.

To make it more exciting, sides may be chosen, and each one of the
three snowballs numbered, one being 5, the other, 10, and the third,
20. If the ball numbered 5 goes through, it counts 5 for that player's
side. If it does not go through, it is a loss, and so on. The side
scoring the most points is victorious.

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