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Maria Dumitru
School 10 Focsani, Romania

Sheep and Wolf * Oile si lupul

All players but two are at one end of the ground. They are "sheep". The "Shepherd" is at the other end, and in between is the "wolf". The shepherd calls out "Sheep, sheep, come home!". The sheep answers desperately "No, no, we afraid". "Who are you afraid of?" "The great big wolf". "There is not any wolf", says the shepherd. "Sheep, sheep, come home". While the sheep try to reach home, out jumps the wolf. The sheep that is caught becomes the "wolf". Then the shepherd goes to the other end of the ground and the dialogue is repeated.

Toti jucãtorii, cu exceptia a doi  dintre ei, stau la capãtul terenului de joc. Ei sunt oile. Unul dintre cei doi este ciobanul si stã la capãtul opus al terenului, iar între ei este lupul, celãlalt jucãtor.
Ciobanul cheamã oile: "Veniti acasã!". Oile rãspund disperate: "Nu, nu, ne e fricã!". "De cine vã este fricã?" "De lupul cel mare si rãu!". "Dar nu se vede lupul, veniti acasã!".
În timp ce ciobanul îndeamnã oile spre casã, lupul încearcã sã prindã o oaie. Aceasta ia locul lupului. Jocul continuã în acest fel, dialogurile fiind repetate.
 



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