General Plan and Syllabus for Physical Training in the Elementary and Secondary Schools of the State of New York ...: Book 4, Complete Syllabus

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University of the state of New York, 1922 - Physical education and training - 424 pages
 

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Page 218 - Pease porridge hot, Pease porridge cold, Pease porridge in the pot, Nine days old. Some like it hot, Some like it cold, Some like it in the pot, Nine days old.
Page 155 - Then three times round went our gallant ship, And three times round went she ; For the want of a life-boat they all went down, And she sank to the bottom of the sea.
Page 4 - Games for the Playground Home, School and Gymnasium BY JESSIE H.
Page 163 - Go in and out the windows, Go in and out the windows, Go in and out the windows, As we have done before.
Page 58 - At a point thirty feet distant from a line passed through the center of the circles, and parallel to it, draw a line to be used as a starting line. On the signal the girl runs from the starting line, transfers the three clubs, one after the other, to the vacant circle so that they remain standing, and runs back to the starting line. The girl makes three such trips finishing at the starting line. The girl is permitted to use but one hand in transferring the clubs. The surface within the circles should...
Page 219 - O' a-hunting we will go, A-hunting we will go, We'll catch a fox and put him in a box, And then we'll let him go.
Page 60 - On the signal the girl runs from the starting line, tosses a basketball or a volley ball over the cord, catches it, and runs back to the starting line. Three such trips are made, finishing at the starting line. In case of failure to catch the ball, it must be secured, tossed over the cord (either direction) and caught before continuing the run. The starting line and the cord should both be well away from any wall, backstop, or other object, so that neither the contestant nor the ball shall touch...
Page 192 - Jolly is the miller who lives by the mill, The wheel goes round with a right good will; One hand in the hopper and the other in the sack, The right steps forward, and the left steps back.
Page 104 - Oh, do you know the muffin man, The muffin man, the muffin man; Oh, do you know the muffin man That lives in Drury Lane?
Page 60 - The length shall be 12 feet. There is no time limit in this event but there should be an endeavor to meet the requirements promptly, without haste, and with perfect poise.

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