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Marshmallow Challenge Handout
This FREEBIE includes a color and black and white handout to provide to teams of students engaging in the Marshmallow Challenge activity. This activity is great to use as an icebreaker or to engage students in critical thinking, cooperative learning, and innovative thinking. It can also be used to r...
Choosing the right den meeting activity for energetic Cub Scouts - Scouting magazine
Contests and competitions that Cub Scouts enjoy the most are often surprisingly uncomplicated, with inexpensive materials, rules taking less than a minute to explain, and minimal setup. Continue reading →
Cub Scout Participation Chart - A Little Tipsy
In Cub Scouts we start each week by repeating the Pledge of Allegiance, the Cub Scout Promise and the Law of the Pack. We work with the Wolves so it is good practice to help them learn it for the rest of their time in Cubs. Between asking for a volunteer for each one, them …
MakingFriends Madagascar Thinking Day Download Suitable for Daisies to Juniors Includes 13 Activities Works Well with Groups or Independent Girl Scout Download link will be in your order confirmation email. This fifteen-page download is packed with 13 different activities to teach your girls all about Madagascar. Pick the ones that are right for your group or do them all! Print your own or save on ink and paper when we do the printing.
Blue and Gold Banquet 2011
Last year, being our pack's first year in existance and the fact that NO ONE knew what they were doing, we did not have a Blue and Gold Banquet. This year we made plans to do so. We did it in the gym at our school, since we are a small pack of 17 kiddos so far. We opted to go potluck, but when we printed up the invitations, we assigned each family to bring a main dish, side dish or bread. We provided iced tea and ice water. And the boys provided cake for dessert. We did not do a theme. That…