Kids are allowed to use found items, such as sticks, a ball, or a Frisbee, to add a touch of realism.
"It" tags any statues that are moving -- they're out -- then tries to make the steady ones laugh or move.
How to Play: The game begins with one child as "It." He chooses either ounch (up) or neech (down).
If he chooses neech, then the ground is not safe; runners can be tagged out unless they are ounch, up on something like a stump or a rock.
He then picks one up and tosses it in the air and quickly tries to pick up another stone in time to catch the one he just threw.
Korean children celebrate many festivals throughout the year, with colorful costumes and special foods.
" Trying not to be felt, the runner drops the handkerchief on a child's back and runs.
If he makes it around the circle before the player realizes that it's on her back, the seated player is out.
The last player remaining composed is the winner and becomes the new "It." This game is great for practicing balance.
Many cities in Pakistan are bustling places, full of vivid colors and lots of people.