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After an egg hunt, several eggs may
be gathered together and a string
or ribbon run through each and hung in different lengths
chandelier. Candy eggs and little baskets of eggs may be
too. Place a tablecloth or sheet underneath to prevent
the carpet from
being spoiled by the downfall.
Each child in turn is blindfolded and given a cane with
strike the suspended eggs. Whatever is knocked down is
his. If he
fails to knock something down the first time, he may have