Fox and the Rabbit

Have the group form a circle. Hand a ball out to two people on opposite sides of the circle. Designate which ball is the fox and which is the rabbit. Explain that each ball is like a hot potato and should not be held for more than one second. The object of the game is for the fox to catch the rabbit. Both the fox and the rabbit move by being passed (not thrown) around the circle in any direction. If a student is holding the fox they should pass the ball to the person next to them, whomever is closer to the rabbit, those players holding the rabbit should pass to someone farther away from the fox. When the fox catches the rabbit start a new round.


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