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Baloo's Bugle


February 2002 Cub Scout Roundtable Issue

Volume 8, Issue 7
March Theme

Dollars & Sense
Webelos Athlete & Engineer
  

 

 

STUNTS & APPLAUSES

Tongue Twisters
Inland Northwest Council

Betty Botter bought some butter, "but" she said, "this butter's bitter if I put it in my batter, It will

bake my batter bitter!"

 

Susie's shirt shop sells pre shrunk shirts.

 

Run-Ons
Inland Northwest Counil

Run On skits are just that, skits that happen as a run-on event. They can be used to liven up your Pack meeting between activities. Usually they start with an idea and build through two or three run-on performances, each building on the previous idea.

 

Crying Skit (run on)

Each boy comes in crying, each carrying a handkerchief progressing from small to large (large to bigger--bed sheet). Someone asks why they are crying, and it's because they don't have a skit.

 

Water Skit (run on)

Cardboard scenery may be made (like desert scene). Each boy comes in crawling and crying for water and collapses on stage. Someone steps out on stage with a can of water, and all jump up, pull combs out of pockets, dip in water, and comb their hair.

 

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