Two bases having been made, one at each end of the playground, all the players take up their position in one of them,Read more
Trundling the hoop is a pastime of uncertain origin, but it has long contributed to the health and amusement of the youth of Great Britain.Read more
10 to 100 players.
Parlor; schoolroom; out of doors.
This is perhaps the very best game that can be introduced into a school. The principle of it is very simple, that one boy represents the Hare and runs away, while the others represent the Hounds and pursue him.Read more
Flying Kites.The form of the kite and manner of flying it must be familiar to all our readers. This favourite toy probably received its denomination from having originally been made in the shape of the bird called the kite.Read more
10 to 60 players.
Playground; gymnasium; parlor.