North, South, East And West

Players are formed up in open formation.

The four sides of the room are named North, East, South, and West respectively. The corners of the room are named to correspond with the intermediate compass directions. Whenever the umpire names a direction the players immediately jump to face in the direction. Players who make a mistake, or who move too late, sit down in their places until only one remains standing. When the players have become thoroughly proficient the game should be stopped suddenly and another direction indicated as North.

 

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