Children gather in the spacious place, choose the so-called “tag” among them and start running.

The tag continues to strive to catch the prey, the latter (and this is the difference between this game from the previous one) – in turn tries to touch the first tag, who starts running away.

What is interesting about this game is that it requires a great amount of agility from all the players. In this game children receive plenty of exercise trying not to get tagged. And besides they become more agile with each practice.

This game is usually played in a large room or outside. The number of players range from 4 to 25 or more.

Children gather together and choose one person whom they name “Tag”. His task is to watch the running kids and trying to catch one and tag the kid with his hand.

The “tagged” kid stops running and become the “Tag”. His name is pronounced loudly so the other kids will know whom they should avoid.

As soon as he touches anyone he transfers his “Tag” and start running with other children from the new “Tag”.

This game should be plaid until kids get tired.This game is based on the movement but you can add some other elements – for example, using ball to tag.

The best place for this game is in a large area near a school or outdoors. On rainy and cold days, children can a large and furniture free classrooms.

Participants in this game, in an amount up to 25 or more, girls and boys, nominate one of their peers in the role of the mouse and two more as cats.

The other children take each other’s hands and form an incomplete circle. Near the opening two participants lower their hands forming open gates. The cats can go inside the circle only thru these “gates”. The mouse can go inside thru any gaps between children.

The cats are trying to catch the mouse. Once they catch the mouse the kids who were cats and a mouse hold hands and join others to form the circle. And the other kids become mouse and cats, and so on until all children participate in these roles.

In this game, children are given ample opportunity to frolic and run in the open air, which is very important for developing their physical physique