Wolf Scout Games
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Wolf Scout Achievements - Tasks to perform to earn the Wolf badge
Wolf Scout Electives - Tasks to perform to earn arrow points
Wolf Scout Activities - great den meeting and pack activity ideas
Wolf Scout Awards - see what awards are available to Wolf scouts
Wolf Scout Ceremonies - a few ceremonies
Cub Scout Games - den or pack games just right for 2nd graders
Wolf Scout Graces - fun meal graces
Wolf Scout Jokes - funny, gross, and silly jokes for scouts
Wolf Scout Projects - community or conservation projects for your Wolf den
Wolf Scout Recipes - easy recipes you can make with your scouts for fun snacks or on family campouts
Cub Scout Skits - skits that Wolf Scouts like to do
Cub Scout Songs - songs for Wolfs
Wolf Scout Stories - choose stories that Wolf scouts will enjoy and understand
Wolf Scout Uniform - make sure you put all those badges and patches in the right spots
Cub Scout Academics & Sports - extra recognition opportunities
Wolf Scout Schedule - sample schedule of meetings and activities
These Cub Scout games are great for entertaining Wolf scouts. Scouts will always want to play the same game over and over once they get a favorite, so keep adding new games to the mix. Use an active outdoors cub scout game to get scouts running around and burning energy or a quieter one for inside.
Let your scouts choose the cub scout games they most enjoy and teach them to Tigers at a pack meeting. Send me any good cub scout games you don't find here and I'll add them to the list.
Jan 14, 2013 - Nick Coomes
The boys in my Wolf Den love to play this game, it is a spin off of battle ship. The game takes about five minutes to play and gives the boys a chance to stand up, move around and have some fun.
Cut three pieces of different colored construction paper into six pieces each and write the numbers 1-6 on them..one number per page.
>I break the group into teams of 3-4 scouts, three teams is best but be certain all have an equal number of players.
HOW TO PLAY
>Have each team stand on different sides of the room
>Have the boys choose a number and hold their card so nobody can see it, then put the remaining cards away.
>Each team, in order, calls a color and number for a shot. i.e. Red-4 or Blue-2, etc
>If a players color/number is called they must sit down
>Continue going around until one team is out or only one team remains standing
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