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Simon-says Meaning | Best 1 Definitions of Simon-says
(games) A children's game where players must carry out only those commands that are preceded by the utterance "Simon says".
Simon-says Sentence Examples
When he reached Danzig and found his rival Augustus II., elector of Saxony, already in possession of the Polish crown, he returned to France, where he was graciously received by Louis, although St Simon says the king was vexed to see him again.
The other person can also ask the toddler questions about his environment (for example "Can you show me something blue in your bedroom?") or even play a simple version of Simon Says.
Then the game of Simon Says begins with the leader calling out "Simon says if you're standing on a B, a K, or an M, put your hands on your head!"
What's more, even the youngest members of the family can get in on the action by playing car versions of Simon Says and Scavenger Hunt.