Spaghetti Stretch Game for All scouts


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Spaghetti Stretch   Spaghetti Stretch Game   Scout Game

Required:
Box of thin spaghetti noodles for each patrol. Or enough for at least 10 per scout. 
A long tape measure or rope.
Notes:
Run this game on a large flat surface. 
Could be played inside as long as a good clean-up is done right away.
Instructions:
Mark start line.
Each patrol lines up at their start line.
On 'GO' signal, first scout in line takes one spaghetti noodle out of box, passes the box to next scout, and lays noodle down touching the start line. He then tags the next scout in line and goes to the back of his line.
Repeat for each scout.
As the line of noodles gets longer, the scout has to run out further.

It is a good idea to have an impartial judge for each patrol to accept the placement of noodles - each noodle should touch the one before it.

When time is called, judges measure the spaghetti stretches to determine the winner.
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