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  • Rebecca Weller

    Jacks....during my childhood this was a fun game to play! It's what we did before computers and video games!

  • Margie Sousa

    How to play Jacks, with many variations. Sitting on the hardwood floor surrounding the jacks. We kept them in a little drawstring cloth bag. Those who were real serious about the game brought their own jacks & ball because they were used to the bounce they would get.

  • Anna Schmauch

    Played this in elementary school!

  • Sharon McCord

    How to play Jacks - loved this game during recess - best played with golf ball.

  • Latisha Persaud

    Childhood Memories

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