Take Me Out to the Ball Game

Children stand in pairs, facing each other about 6 feet apart. Each child holds a scarf in his/her right hand. While singing the chorus to "Take Me Out to the Ball Game," children swing their scarf-holding arm back (underhanded) and then toss their scarf to their partner on "take." Everyone catches their partner's scarves (preferably in their right hand) and tosses them again on "ball." Scarves are tossed on the following words: take, fair, buy, crack(er), I, nev(er), etc.