Extreme 4-Corners

Label four corners in a room, 1, 2, 3 and 4; pick a child to slowly count to 10 with their eyes closed; while they are counting the other children go quietly to any of the other four corners; the counter, with eyes still closed, will call out the number of one corner; everyone in that corner is out and must sit down; the counter counts slowly to 10 again and the children left in the game can again to quietly to any corner they choose; counter calls two corners this time and all children in either of those corners are out and must sit down. Next, the counter will call out three corners, but one at a time (if the game is down to four children or fewer still alive they must go to different corners); the last person standing is the winner and can be the counter for the next round if they would like to.


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