Two children take the ends of a rope and turn it while other children jump over it. While awaiting their turn, the others sing various short Krishna conscious songs. A child must jump until the end of one song. First, a player jumps over the rope the simply way, with both feet. On his next turn, he jumps with one foot only. On each new turn, he must do some new and more complex step. Each time a player hits the rope, he must replace one of the children turning the rope for the others. When a player gets to jump again, he must repeat the same step from his last turn. The player wins who first successfully completes all the jumping steps. There may be, for example, four progressively harder steps:
1.    Jump on both feet.
2.    Jump on one foot.
3.    Jump backwards.
4.    Jump sideways.