Atomic Particle Collecting Game for Cub Scouts


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Atomic Particle Collecting   Atomic Particle Collecting Game   Scout Game

This Game is meant for Cub Scouts.
Required:
Per team:
- 1 pair work gloves
- 1 plastic jar with lid
- 1 paper plate
- 50-100 popcorn kernels
Notes:
Depending on age of scouts, you may want to pop the corn kernels to make them easier to pick up.
Instructions:
Your space exploration team has been searching for new fuel sources across the galaxy and has discovered a planet with a source of highly radioactive fuel. Each small piece can power a city and is worth $10M. But, they can not be touched and extended exposure to them will kill you.

Each team lines up single file at the start line. The plate is placed about 30 feet away covered with popcorn kernels.
Each astronaut must:
At the end of a time limit, each team determines the value of the fuel they have collected.

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