This Activity is meant for Boy Scouts.
Large rock about the size of a bowling ball for an egg - or use a bowling ball.
4-5foot ropes for each scout - at least 6 ropes.
a small pile of leafs or grass for a nest.
Make the nest and place the egg 20 feet or so away from it.
: Previously thought to be extinct, your group has happened upon a Grazzilasaurus nest.
Unfortunately, the only egg has rolled out and will surely be destroyed if not returned to the nest quickly.
Fortunately, your group is here to help.
Unfortunately, the shell of the Grazzilasaurus egg has an acid coating to protect it from predators.
Fortunately, your group is equipped with special acid-nullifying rope.
Unfortunately, these ropes are slightly toxic to humans - if you touch a rope with two hands while it is touching the egg, terrible things will happen to you, such as muteness or blindness. Touching with just one hand causes no ill effects. Rules
- The nest can not move.
- The egg can only be touched by ropes
- A scout can only touch a rope with one hand while it is touching the egg, but multiple people can touch one rope.
What ideas did you have but decided not to use?
How did you consider and discuss ideas?
Who was the leader? Did leadership change?
What skills were used?
Did the team work well together?
Did everyone have a valuable job to do?