• Type: Circle Game
  • Equipment: Beanbag

Cubs in a double circle so that every boy has a partner. A bean bag is put in the center. At the word "Go" the outer circle runs clockwise around the inner circle, and when a boy comes to his own partner he has to enter the ring by an agreed method, try to get the beanbag, and throw it to his partner. A boy can enter the ring in various ways, e.g. through his partners; legs, leap-frogging his partner, running around his partner so many times. Other ways can be devised. Circles change places so the active partner becomes the passive.


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