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How to Play: Sweep Exchange
What you need: You need brooms.
How to play: Divide the children into pairs. Give each pair a broom. Designate a starting line and a turn-around point about 20-30 feet from the starting line.
The rules: At the starting signal, one player will sit on the sweeping end of the broom, holding on to the handle. The other player will pull her across the floor or ground to the turn-around point. Once they reach that point, they will switch places and return to the starting line.
How to win: The first pair to get back to the starting line is the winning pair.
What else you need to know: If you don't have enough brooms, you can divide the players into teams rather than pairs and make it a relay race.
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Start by teaching him that it is safe to do so.