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Baloo's Bugle

November 2001 Cub Scout Roundtable Issue

Volume 8, Issue 4
December Theme

Works of Art
Webelos Craftsman & Scientist
 Tiger Cub Big Idea 5


Heart of America

Goodbye Santa Applause: Pretend to throw a pack onto your back and say, “Merry Christmas to all and to all a good night.”


Trapper Trails Council

Frozen Cub: Wrap arms around to keep warm and say “Brrr.”

Rudolph: Cup hands over nose, open and close while saying “Blink, blink, blink.”

Santa Cub: Put hands on belly, lean back slightly while saying “Ho, ho, ho.  Merry Cubbing.

Christmas Bells: Pretend to hold a bell rope, then the left side of the audience to say “DING” on the downstroke and the other side of the audience to say “DONG’ on the upstroke.  Repeat three times.

Jack in the box: Unwrap the package, open the lid, and say, “Boing.”

Snowball: Make a snowball, throw it and yell, “Splaat.”

When is a boat like a pile of snow?
When it is adrift.

What is red, white, and blue?
A sad candy cane.

Why did Santa only take seven reindeer on Christmas Eve?
Comet had to stay home and clean the sink.



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