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Fox And Geese
One of the party, called the Fox, goes to one end of the room, and the rest of the children arrange themselves in a ring, one behind the other, the tallest first and the smallest last. The first one is called Mother Goose. The game begins by a conversation between the Fox and Mother Goose. What are you after this fine morning? says she. Taking a walk, the Fox answers. What for? To get an appetite for breakfast. What will you have for breakfast? A nice fat goose. Where will you get it? Well, as your geese are so handy, I will take one of them. Catch one if you can.
Mother Goose then stretches out her arms to protect her geese and not let the Fox catch one. The Fox tries to dodge under, right and left, until he is able to catch the last of the string. Of course, the brood must try and keep out of reach of the Fox. As the geese are caught they must go over to the den of the Fox, and the game continues until all are caught.
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