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Brook Ring
Brook

Everyone can take part in this game. The players make pairs and rank. Then they take their hands and put it up. So they make a brook. A child, who didn't find a pair for him, stays in front of the brook.
He closes his eyes, goes through the brook to choose a pair for him. This pair goes to the end of the brook. The player without a pair goes to the chiefs' place.

Nazarova Ksenia, 7 "V" class, School  689, Moscow, Russia


Ring

3 or more children can play in this game. For this games you need: a ring, a button or something small, what can be held at the composed plums. All players sit in a row, the chief stays in front of them with a ring in his hands. Players sit with not locked plums. Chief comes to each player and pretends that he puts a ring into his hand (the chief can put a ring into the players' hand or not). When the chief passes the entire row he says: "Ring, ring go out to the porch!"  Player, who has this ring, should run out from the players' row. Because other players, without a ring must keep him. If he runs out, he becomes a chief. The first chief sits into the players' row.

Kolganova Polina, 7"V" class, school  689, Moscow, Russia
Teachers: Svetlana Panarina, Liza Suklyshkina


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