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Soldiers Game Adina Pupãzã and Mihai Serea
School 10 Focsani, Romania
Thanks to Adina Pupãzã and Mihai Serea, 4th grade for the "Soldier, Soldier" Game. In America, we call it "Red Rover." The children call, "Red Rover, Red Rover, let -name of the child- come over!"  If she or he breaks through the line, a child from the line goes back to the opposite side. This game is fun!

Juan, Joel, Ruby, and Ernesto
Mrs. Rademan's class at Scott Libby School, Arizona, USA


Soldiers Game

Two children teams play this game. The first one starts the game saying: "Country, country, we want soldiers!" The other team replies: "Whom?" One of the children is chosen to be "soldier". The team of the child chosen has to make a wall holding their hands. The other team must be able to break the wall. If it succeeds the chosen one goes to the adverse team, if not, he/ she remain on his/ her team. The game continues in this way. The winner is the team who succeeds to gather more soldiers.

Jocul ostasilor

Douã echipe de copii participã. Prima dintre ele începe jocul spunând: "Tarã, tarã, vrem ostasi!" Cealaltã echipã rãspunde: "Pe cine?" Unul dintre membrii echipei este ales pentru a fi soldat. Echipa lui trebuie sã formeze un zid, prin prinderea mâinilor participantilor. Cealaltã echipã trebuie sã fie în stare sã rupã zidul. Dacã reuseste, copilul ales pleacã în cealaltã echipã, dacã nu, acesta rãmâne în echipa lui. Jocul continuã în acest mod. Câstigãtoare este echipa care adunã cât mai multi soldati.
 
 


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