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Baloo's Bugle

September Cub Scout Roundtable Issue

Volume 8, Issue 2

Down on the Farm
Webelos Citizen & Showman
 Tiger Cub Big Ideas 1 & 2


Watermelon Cheer
York Adams Council

Everyone holds a huge slice of watermelon in their hands.  They slurrrp it into their mouths from one end of the slice to the other.  (Move slice across face making slurping sound.)  Then they sip out the seeds to the side (Raspberries.)

Trapper Trails Council


Turkey Cheer: “Gobble, Gobble, Gobble,” then rub stomach and say “Yum, Yum.”

Hay and Straw Cheer: Explain that when you call out “Hay” or “Straw,” the group is to respond with the opposite.  Try to mix them up by going fast.

Barnyard Cheer: Assign groups to make various sounds of animals as you point to each group have them make the sound.  When you raise both hands, have them make their sounds at once.

Pony Cheer: Clap your hands together, and then slap your legs with each hand to simulate a pony trot.

Rooster and Farmer Cheer: Divide he room into two.  Half of the room yells “Cock-a-doodle-doo.” The other half yells “Go back to sleep.”

Duck Cheer: Squat down and tuck arms into armpits, forming wings.  Duck walk while saying “Quack, quack, quack.”






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