Rabbit Down a Hole

  • Indoors
  • Equipment: None
  • Formation: Pairs, scattered

The Cubs stand in pairs facing each other and holding hands to make arches.

The pairs are spaced at random around the room.

The Cubs are respectively 'rabbit and hunter'. The 'hunter' gives chase to the 'rabbit' who dodges around the trees, finally going down a hole, e.g., running into an arch and standing with his back to one of the Cubs making the arch. This Cub immediately breaks away and becomes a 'rabbit' and the 'ex-rabbit' becomes part of the arch. If the 'hunter' catches the 'rabbit', they exchange roles.

 

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