Volume 6 Issue 6
January 2000

STUNTS AND CHEERS

Mt. Diablo Silverado Area Council

Baden Powell Applause: Stand very erectly with your hands clasped together behind your back in parade rest position. Look left to right, right to left, smile slightly, and then nod head as if saying "Yes".

 

Good Job Cheer: Divide the room in half. As you point to one side, they say "Good". When you point to the other half of the audience, they say "Job". Vary the speed and the direction you point. Aim for volume.

 

York Adams Council

Applause And Cheer: When leader holds up the right hand, everyone cheers; holds up the left hand everyone claps; both, both!

 

Cheerleader Cheer:

Leader: Give me a "B"

Cubs: "B"

Leader: Give me an "L"

Cubs: "L"

Leader: Give me a "B"

Cubs: "B"

Leader: Give me an "L"

CUBS: "L"

Leader: Give me a "B"

Cubs: "B"

Leader: Give me an "L"

Cubs: "L"

Leader: Give me a "B"

Cubs: "B"

Leader: Give me an "L"

Cubs: "L"

Leader: "Put 'em all together and what do you have?

Cubs: Put index finger between lips and say "Bl-bl-bl-bl!"

 

Frozen Cub Scout Applause: Wrap arms around yourself and shake slightly saying "Brrrrr!"

 

Pack Yell: Yell and make motions in unison:

Clap your hands!

Stomp your feet

Pack (number)

Can't be BEAT!

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