T-Shirt Relay Game for Cub Scouts


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This Game is meant for Cub Scouts.
Required:
1 extra large t-shirt for each team.
A judge for each team.
Notes:
The judge should make sure the shirt is pulled all the way down on each scout and no short-cuts are taken in the heat of competition.
This works on teamwork and everyone is involved the whole time.
Instructions:
Teams line up in single file.
The shirt is given to the first scout in each line.
On 'Go' signal, the scout puts the shirt on and then holds hands with the next scout in line, facing the scout.
All the other scouts work the shirt from one scout to the next so he is wearing it. He then turns and holds hands with the next scout, and so on.

Teams need to have the same number of players or some need to put the shirt on twice.
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Comments:
 Jan 22, 2013 - Jennifer
great game!  we used this for a pack meeting on teamwork and it was a big hit with all the boys!

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