How, When, And Where
One of the group goes out of the room, while the others choose a word to be guessed, one with two or three different meanings being the best.
We will suppose that the word Spring has been thought of. When the person who is outside the room is recalled, he (or she) asks each one in succession: How do you like it? The answers may be Dry (meaning the season), Cold and clear (a spring of water), Strong (a watch spring), and High (a jump). The next question is: When do you like it? The answers may be: When I am in the country, When I am thirsty, When my watch is broken.
The next question is: Where do you like it? and the answers may be: Anywhere and everywhere, In hot weather, In the clock. The game is to try and guess the word after any of the answers, and if right, the player last questioned takes the place of the one who is guessing; if wrong, the questioner must try again.
Need a suggestion? Then try this game ....
Provide each child with a clay pipe and prepare two basins of soap suds for the game. Divide the group into two sides, an even number in each. Stretch a cord or rope at a medium height across the middle of the room. Two children, one from each side, play at a time. Each stands on his side, blows the bubble from the pipe and blows it toward the opposite side, and over the rope if he can. If it goes over the rope without breaking, he has won one point for his side, if not, his side has lost. Tally is kept as each set plays, and the side that has the most points, wins, and surely deserves a prize.