BLOOD KNEE

Category: movement game
Age group: 4+
Organization: outdoor movement game
Number of persons: 4-20
Time allowance: 12 minutes
Aids: without aids
Rules:

A group of children play with the family. One child represents a mother and the other hides somewhere and represents a bloody knee (a bloody old man is used in Moravia). Usually, these characters are chosen by budgeting. It can be, for example, somewhere behind bushes, a large stone, a climbing frame, in short, anywhere. The mother constantly sends the other children there gradually for something she can think of, and a bloody knee always pops up on them, and they run back to their mother, saying, “Mom, he’s haunting there.” floor. ”He sends another of the children and everything repeats itself. Eventually, Mom says, “Then I’m going to the basement.” There’s a bloody knee, and it tells Mom how much she’ll come for. Others must not hear it. The mother then returns to the children and takes them out of the house. At that moment, they all hold hands, spin around, and say, “The first hour was off, the lamp was still on.” “The second hour was off, the lamp was still on.” arranged with a bloody knee. The mother changes the sentence a little to: “X o’clock struck, the lamp has already gone out.” All the children have to scatter and try to get to the safety of the house quickly. Meanwhile, the bloody knee runs out and tries to catch the baby, which he secretly agreed with his mother. When the child is caught, he becomes a bloody knee in the next round, if, on the contrary, he escapes to the house, the same child must continue as the bloody knee

HUTUTUTUTU

Category: movement game
Age group: 4+
Organization: outdoor play, playground
Number of persons: 4-20
Time allowance: 12 minutes
Aids: without aids
Rules:

The game is played on a relatively small field divided into two equally large parts – 5 x 10 meters for each half is enough. The players will first be divided into two equally strong teams, but this division is not very important, because it will change just as soon. The teams take turns in sending one of their representatives to hunt in the enemy’s territory. There can always be only one hunter and it should be clear who he is. Anyone touched by the posted player is threatened with a transfer to the other team – unless the hunter returns. He must do ‘hutututututu’, etc., for the entire duration of his stay in the enemy’s territory, and for one breath – he must not breathe. If he runs out of breath (usually because a horde of opponents is lying on it / he is holding it tight), he stays trapped and changes his side. Those he touched are not affected in any way. The hunter only needs to get back to his half with a single part of his body (for example with his little finger), and it is already considered a successful return, so watch out for him. So the game usually looks like one inhales, runs into the opponent’s territory, does a hutututu, tries to touch several opponents briefly and then quickly runs back. His opponents, especially those he touched, try to catch him and keep him in the territory until he inhales.

KING, GIVE A SOLDIER!

Category: movement game
Age group: 10+
Organization: outside – playground or field
Number of persons: max. 30
Time allowance: 15 to 20 minutes
Aids: none
Practice:

Children holding hands (two chains facing each other). the children elect an envoy and a king from among themselves. The envoy says, “King, king, give a soldier,” the king said, “Which one?” the envoy chooses one (usually the weakest). He has to run and try to break through the line with his body holding the children holding hands (in the place of joined hands). If he succeeds, you take one of the torn ones with you (usually the stronger one). If not, he has become a prisoner and you will join a torn place.

KUCA-BABA

Category: movement game
Age group: 10+
Organization: outside – playground or field
Number of persons: 20 to 25
Time allowance: 20 to 30 minutes
Aids: scarf, ropes
Practice:

“Kuca-Babo, where am I taking you? – To the corner. – What about that corner? -Kohouta.-What about that cock? – Golden ball. -What about that ball? -Golden needle.-What about that needle? -Golden thread.-Then take us, Kuca- Babo, catch us! ” Baba is blindfolded and two are leading her around a field. Then they slap her lightly in the back and let her stand in the middle. The others scatter into the corners (we can use ropes for make corners). Baba gropes, the others shout: “The water itself!” If it’s far from children or “Burning!” If child is near or “The window, the shelves are burning,…!” If she could run into something.