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Childern (Children's) Game (River Rat)
Lay a small rug in the middle of the room for a river. Or draw two
chalk lines on the floor to mark the sides of the river. Choose
one person to be the watcher. Have everyone line up on one side of
the river. Start the music and have everyone march across the
river. Stop the music. Anyone standing in the river is the river
rat. He steps out of the line and watches for other river rats who
get caught in the river. Boys and girls can play this game,
preferably ages 5 to 10.

Where learned: GEORGIA ; Alberton

Subject headings: Ballad Song Dance Game Music Verse -- Singing Dancing Marching

Date learned: 00-00-1959

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