September Cub Scout Roundtable Issue

Volume 7, Issue 1

Pockets (Webelos Communicator & Citizen)



Northwest Suburban Council

Handkerchief Applause

Throw a handkerchief in the air with instructions for the audience to clap and cheer until you catch it or it falls to the floor. Vary the length of the noise, with a long throw, a short throw, and no throw at all.

Trapper Trails Council

Knock, Knock
Who's there'?
Would he
Would he who?
Woody Woodpecker (do Woody Woodpecker call)

Knock, Knock
Who's there?
Ketchup who?
Ketchup to me if you can

(Singing) - Soap.. . soap. . soap
What are you doing?
Oh, just singing a few bars!

Knock, knock
Who's there'?
Thistle, who?
Thistle, be the last Knock, knock joke.

Trapper Trails Council

Sword - Pretend to have a sword in your hand. Swing it across your body three times saying, "Swish, swish, swish!"

The Wave - Rise and raise arms above head then sit back down. (as done at sports events)

Clam Clap - Fold hands together, interlocking fingers. Make noise by pressing palms together.

Cheese grater -Act as if your are grating cheese and say "Great, great, great, great!"

Palm Tree - Stand like a tree with palms up.

Stick Stunt

Boy: (Comes on stage with stick in his hand. He puts the point of the stick down on the floor, picks it up, puts it down in another place.)

Leader: What are you doing?

Boy: Oh, I'm just sticking around.


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