A web is spun from a ball of wool. The starting player holds the end of the wool and throws the ball of wool to another person. He says his name and a characteristic/favourite food/hobby or similar. The person who gets the ball of wool must remember what the person who threw it to him said. The player holds the wool and throws the ball further. It is important that the ball of wool is always thrown over the already taut strings and that everyone holds their “corner” firmly. If everyone holds a “corner” in his or her hand, the spider’s web in the middle will be dissolved by throwing the ball of wool back again.
Variant: With a ball, the correct order must also be remembered.
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