Equipment: Per team: 1 conductor hat; 1 whistle
Divide the group into two or more teams; line them up in shuttle formation, with half the team at one
end of the playing area and the other half at the other end. The first member of each team is the
On 'Go', the conductor dons the hat, hangs the whistle around his neck and runs to the far end of the
playing area, where one half of his team waits. Here, he picks up his first 'car' by bending down and
placing his right hand between his legs, to join the left hand of the next player. Having attached the first
car, the conductor blows his whistle and the two players run to the other end to pick up another car.
The relay continues until all players on the team are part of the 'metro'. The conductor signifies a
complete train by blowing his whistle four times.
Sweep 'N' Scrub
Equipment: Per team: apron; towel, broom, dustpan, bucket filled with water, 2 dishes, garbage
Divide the group into two or more teams, and line them up in straight lines at one end of the playing
area. Give the broom and the apron to the first player on each team; at the other end of the playing area,
place the dustpan, the bucket, the dishes and the towel. The garbage can is put between the buckets.
On 'Go', the first player puts on the apron and sweeps the floor to where the dustpan lies. He scoops the
dirt into the dustpan and dumps it into the garbage can. The player then washes and dries the two dishes
and races to the start carrying the apron and broom.
The house is clean when all players have swept the floor and dried the dishes.
The Sixes line up in files. Each Cub is given the name of a car and when that car is called, he travels to
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