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  • Writer's pictureLaurie Swigart


Jim Bowman

Number off one…two…three, etc. One's become the Lions, twos the Tigers, and threes the Bears. Sit or stand in a circle. The person in the center then calls out one of the names of the animals. That animal named must change positions in the circle. It cannot be to a spot to

either side. The person in the center tries to take one of these person's place. If they want everyone to move then say "Zoo!"

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