Come with me

The kids sits in a circle, two and two, behind each other. One of the kids runs around the circle and pokes one of the sitting on the shoulder while saying “Come with me”.

Both the one poked and the one in front, then has to jump up and run around. The two who gets round first, sits down on the free space in the circle, behind each other, and the third, who came last, is now the one who should run around and find someone to poke.


You can either should “Come with me” or “The other way”. In the last case, the two sitting must run in the opposite direction of each other (the one poked must follow the one who poked him).

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