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1. Snowdrop
(Fairy Tales/Brothers Grimm)
... but none did her any harm. In the evening she came to a cottage among the hills, and went in to rest, for her little feet would carry her no further. Everything was spruce and neat in the cottage: on the ...
2. Briar Rose
(Fairy Tales/Brothers Grimm)
... forced to leave one of the fairies without asking her. So twelve fairies came, each with a high red cap on her head, and red shoes with high heels on her feet, and a long white wand in her hand: and after ...
3. The Travelling Musicians
(Fairy Tales/Brothers Grimm)
... and at last they hit upon a plan. The ass placed himself upright on his hind legs, with his forefeet resting against the window; the dog got upon his back; the cat scrambled up to the dog's shoulders, ...
4. The Golden Bird
(Fairy Tales/Brothers Grimm)
... more and more, and fell at his feet, till at last he consented; but the moment she came to her father's house the guards awoke and he was taken prisoner again. Then he was brought before the king, and ...
... plants in raised beds enriched with compost about one foot deep and 3-4 feet wide. Advantages with this type of garden include that the close planting creates a microclimate that conserves moisture and ...
6. Oregon trail diary (5-11)
(Lesson Plans/Elementary School (K-5))
... SPRINGS. You've decided to camp here in a cedar grove where there are round openings several feet in diameter. One hole contains a natural soda water and you baked several batched of bread with the water ...
7. Nursery Tales
(Lessons/Nursery Tales)
... He would not buy a calf's head, Because it had no feet. Simple Simon went a-fishing, For to catch a whale: All the water he had got Was in his mother's pail. Simple Simon went to look If plums ...
8. September
(Lessons/Simple Stories For Kids)
SEPTEMBER. Hark! somebody is letting off a gun! They are shooting the poor birds. Here is a bird dropped down just at your feet. It is all bloody. Poor thing! how it flutters! Its wing is broken. ...
9. LAME FOX AND CHICKENS
(Lessons/Games for the playground)
... must all then observe the same rule of taking but three steps beyond the den, after which they must hop. Should any fox put both feet down at once after his three steps while outside the den, the chickens ...
10. JUMP THE SHOT
(Lessons/Games for the playground)
... to describe a large circle on the floor, with a sufficient length of rope to place the bag in line with the feet of those in the circle. The circle players jump to avoid being caught around the ankles ...
11. JUMPING ROPE
(Lessons/Games for the playground)
... small individual rope. The small single rope or individual rope should be about six feet long for the average player. A good general rule is to have it just long enough to reach to the shoulders on each ...
12. JUMPING RELAY RACE
(Lessons/Games for the playground)
10 to 60 or more players. Playground; gymnasium; schoolroom. The players are lined up in several single files behind a starting line which is drawn at from ten to fifty feet from a finishing line which ...
13. JAPANESE CRAB RACE
(Lessons/Games for the playground)
... feet, there should be drawn a circle about three feet in diameter. The game consists in a race run backward on feet and hands (or "all fours") to the circles. To start, the first player in each file gets ...
14. JACK BE NIMBLE
(Lessons/Games for the playground)
... This may be a small box, a book, bottle, or anything that will stand upright; or a cornucopia of paper may be made to answer the purpose. The players run in single file and jump with both feet at once ...
15. INDIAN CLUB RACE
(Lessons/Games for the playground)
... small crosses is also marked on the ground in front of each line, at intervals of six feet apart, continuing in the same direction as the file, the first one being ten or fifteen feet from the starting ...
16. HUNT THE SLIPPER
(Lessons/Games for the playground)
10 to 30 or more players. Parlor; seashore; gymnasium. All of the players but one sit in a circle, with the feet drawn up and knees raised so that a slipper may be passed from hand to hand of each ...
17. HUNT THE FOX
(Lessons/Games for the playground)
20 to 60 or more players. Playground; gymnasium. The players stand in two parallel lines or files facing to the front, with about five feet distance between the files, and considerable distance between ...
18. HUNT (THE)
(Lessons/Games for the playground)
... thirty to fifty or more feet. One player is chosen for hunter, who stands in the center. The other players are named in groups from various animals; thus there will be several lions, several tigers, etc. ...
19. HOW MANY MILES TO BABYLON?
(Lessons/Games for the playground)
10 to 100 players. Indoors; out of doors. The players are divided into two lines and stand facing each other, with a distance of about ten feet between. Each line numbers off in twos, and the players ...
20. HOPPING RELAY RACE
(Lessons/Games for the playground)
... feet from the starting line, and may consist of a wall, or a line drawn on the ground. At a signal the first player in each line hops on one foot to the goal, touches it with his hands (stooping for this ...
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