Monday, May 4 – Monday, May 11 — #skitsandsongs #campfires #actingandreacting
Let’s multiple our efforts from last week and #challenge ourselves to some fun #actingandreacting! Let’s get our mind engaged and our laughter high with some fun #skitsandsong with some great #campfires!
Make sure you take some photos or videos of your activities and share them via Facebook and include @kettlecountry or email firstname.lastname@example.org so we can put together a video of our FUN activities. Deadline to post or email your photos/video is Monday, May 11, 2020!
Here are some great ideas that include some ADVANCEMENT opportunities to do with your family!
Lions — “Lion’s Honor” – Show the cub scout sign and tell what it means. Repeat the cub scout motto and tell what it means. Show the cub scout salute and tell what it means. Participate in a skit/song with a campfire with your family.
Tigers — “Tiger Tales” – Create a tall tale for your den or family. Create your own tall take and share it with your family or den. Read a tall tale with your parents. Create a piece of artwork from that tall tale. Sing two folk songs.
Wolfs — “Howling at the Moon” – Show you can communicate in a least two different ways. Work with your family to create an original skit. Work together as a family to plan, prepare, and rehearse a campfire program to present. Perform your role during a campfire.
Bears — “Roaring Laughter” – Write down three things that make you laugh. Practice reading tongue twisters. Share at least two jokes with you family to make them laugh. Practice at least two run-ons and perform that at your family campfire.
Webelos & Arrow of Light — “Project Family” – Interview a grandparent or another family elder about what life was like when he/she was growing up. Create a family tree of three generations. Host a family meeting with an activity such as a family campfire filed with jokes, skits and songs.
Scouts BSA Youth & Venturers – Practice some songs, skits and jokes. Present these at a virtual or family campfire. OR start your Theater, Textile or Photography Merit Badges – make sure to ask your Scoutmaster for permission and suggestions for merit badge counselors.