Draw eight chalk circles (one foot in diameter) in a straight line about one feet apart on the floor for 20 or more children.
Children move or dance to fast music around the length of these circles. When the music stops, they rush to the circles. The children who do not end up standing in a circle are “out”.
After the first turn, two children who are "out" are chosen to sit in the circles at either end of the line (so children must go around them as the outer perimeter from then on).
Start the music again - and a child sits in one of the circles after each time the music stops (chosen from one of those who are "out" each time).
The winner is the first child standing in the final remaining circle.
(In India the children play this game using a tambourine.)