Squeak, Piggy, Squeak

All but one of the children sit cross-legged in a circle. The remaining child is blindfolded and stands in the middle holding a cushion. Gently spin this child around 3 times. They then go round the circle and sit on one of the others' lap, saying 'squeak, piggy, squeak'. The seated child must then squeak like a piggy. If the blind-folded child guesses whose lap they are sitting on, the 'piggy' goes into the middle. Each time someone new goes into the middle everyone moves places.

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