Feet In Activity for Boy Scouts

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This Activity is meant for Boy Scouts.
6-30 people.
2 foot circle or rope for each scout.
distribute the rope circles in the play area.
Problem solving and creative thinking skills
Objective: Put both of your feet completely inside one circle.


Give the 'Go' signal and everyone should find a circle of his own.
Yell 'Switch!' and see that everyone moves to a different circle.
Now, when you yell 'Switch!', remove a circle before someone steps into it. This will leave one scout out. See what they do.
If someone believes they are 'out', recite the Objective and Rules again. See if the team figures out that there is no rule about more than one scout per circle.

As there are fewer and fewer circles, it will get more crowded until someone decides to sit down with just his feet in the circle.

Did someone take leadership or did people act independently?
Did you assume rules that did not exist?
Did you start out competing and then change to cooperating?
Did you think ahead of better ways or was a change in plan forced on you with the removal of circles?

To be a good team, we need to creatively search for better solutions to challenges and think of new things.

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