Tiger Cub Big Idea #10
Something Special, All Your Own
Greater St. Louis Area Council
Tulip paint or pens
Cut t-shirt out of art foam. Decorate with tulip paint and glue pipe cleaner
Grosgrain ribbon - about 8" for each bookmark
2 wiggly eyes
1 pompom - 1/2"
2 small beads
Fold over one end of ribbon, about 2".
Cut two small slits (1/4") in
folded ribbon about 1/4" from each edge of fold (on fold).
cleaner through slits. Fold each end to form antennae.
Glue a small bead to
the end of each antennae.
Fold 2" tab of ribbon under to form a
Glue on eyes and pompom nose.
Fray opposite end of ribbon
In bare feet, have the boys write their name with a pencil held between their
toes. Is this hard or easy to do?
Trace each boy's foot on a piece of paper. Carefully cut out each footprint.
Who has the biggest foot? The smallest foot. How long are the feet
Heart of America Council
Half a walnut shell
Felt (in various
White or low temp. hot glue
Board or plank
1. Decorate the top of a walnut shell to create a critter. Be sure to leave
the bottom free.
2. Set your critters over a marble. On a slight incline, you're ready to line
them up for a
Two pieces of wood about the same size.
1. Sand any rough edges.
2. Glue a spool on one side of each wood piece
for a handle.
3. Glue or staple a piece of sandpaper to cover the bottom and
at least two sides of each block.
4. By rubbing the blocks together you will
achieve a shuffling sound.
The boys sit in a circle. The leader walks around the center and suddenly
points to a seated player and says, "Blub-blub-blub." The player must say
"Blub", before the leader has finished his last "Blub." If he fails, a point is
counted against him. If the leader points at a boy and does not say "Blub, blub,
blub", the player must remain silent. If the player says, "Blub", a point is
counted. The player with the fewest points at the end of the allotted time is
Three Tiger Fish
(Tune: Three Blind Mice)
Three Tiger Fish, Three Tiger Fish
See how they swim, See how they
Their tails go left and, their tails go right.
Their gills breathe
in and, their gills breathe out.
Did you ever see such a slippery sight
Three Tiger Fish?
1. Remove the lid and the bottom from a shoe box.
2. Tie large nails or
spikes onto a sturdy string.
3. Suspend the string between the two sides of
the shoe box.
4. Play your chimes by tapping them with another nail or