Grab Five Game for All scouts


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Grab Five   Grab Five Game   Scout Game

Required:
5 stones, coins, or buttons.
Up to 18 scouts. If you have more than 18 players, set up separate games.
Instructions:
Draw a 6 inch circle on the ground or place a paper plate on the floor.
In this circle, place 5 stones.
About 20 feet away make another circle or plate.
20 feet the other direction, make another circle or plate so there are 3 circles in a row.

Divide into two even-numbered teams.
Teams sit on the ground in parallel lines, one team on each side of the row of circles. Each player should have someone across from him.
The leader numbers off everyone in one team then in the other team, in the opposite direction.

To play, the leader calls out a number. That numbered scout from each team runs to the center circle and grabs a stone. He runs to his team's end circle and places the stone there.
He runs back for the second stone and places it in his end circle.

The first scout to get back to the center circle and grab the last stone wins the round.
First team to some specified number wins.
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