Huckle, Buckle, Beanstalk
The children close their eyes and put their heads on their desks. A small object, a coin, stone or button, is placed in plain sight. At a signal, the children move about the room, and when they see it, take their seats without making any sign of its whereabouts. The first one to see it may hide it the next time.
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Number eight slips of paper with the same number. On each slip write a part, or a line from a verse of a familiar song. Suppose set No. 1 was a verse of 'America,' this is the way it would be written. 1. My country, 1. 'Tis of thee, 1. Sweet land of liberty, 1. Of thee I sing; 1. Land where my fathers died, 1. Land of the pilgrim's pride, 1. From every mountain side, 1. Let freedom ring. Prepare as many slips in groups of eight as there are guests. Give each one a slip at random and tell each to find the rest of his set. When the players of one group have found each other, they stand together in one corner of the room and practise their song. Each group does this until all the groups are formed, and then, commencing with No. 1, each group in turn sings its song aloud for the benefit of the audience.