Find the Ticking Clock

All but one of the children are blindfolded using a loosely tied, soft scarf. The remaining child (the leader) hides an alarm-clock somewhere in the room. The other children stand along one side of the room. They listen to the ticking of the clock and slowly and carefully walk towards the ticking (make sure there are no obstacles!). The leader may silently change the hiding place of the clock 2-3 times within a two-minute period, after which 'time' is called. The child who is closest to the clock is the winner and takes over as leader.

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