|Texto y dibujo de Antonio Márquez 5º|
Players sit in a circle. One of the players runs around the circle and then touches the head of one of her/his classmates and loudly says, "COME," or "GO."
If he/she says "come," the person whose head was touched stands up and runs, chasing the other player and trying to catch him/her. However, if he/she says "go," the person whose head was touched must run in the opposite direction as the first player. The two players then compete for the empty space left by the person whose head was touched, who is now running, and the player who first arrives and sits in the space wins.
When, in the case of a round of "come," someone is caught, or in the case of a round of "go," arrives second to the empty space in the circle, he/she loses and has to sit inside the circle, "the saucepan," and wait there until another player loses.
This game is very usefull for learning and reinforcing the concepts related to both verbs and children have great fun with it.