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Baloo's Bugle

August 2006 Cub Scout Roundtable Issue

Volume 13, Issue 1
September 2006 Theme

Theme: Zoo Adventures
Webelos: Citizen & Communicator
Tiger Cub
Activities

GATHERING ACTIVITIES

Note on Word Searches, Word Games, Mazes and such – In order to make these items fit in the two column format of Baloo’s Bugle they are shrunk to a width of about 3 inches.  Your Cubs probably need bigger pictures.  You can get these by copying and pasting the picture from the Word version or clipping the picture in the Adobe (.pdf) version and then enlarging to page width.  CD

Word Scramble
Baltimore Area Council

panethle             rfegrafi              okymne

gteri                  eahcteh              aecml

uflbfao               rngtuonau           zleagel

allege                rltute                 oilalrg

nocraco              areb                   larlgoait

agroknao            octbba               oflw

kneas                 baeevr                ukskn

ohkocwcdu         mussopo            lmlaa

icohorrnes          ptsppaioohmu   uoesm

Answers (Not in order!!!)

alligator, bear, beaver, bobcat, buffalo, camel, cheetah, eagle, elephant, gazelle, giraffe, gorilla, hippopotamus, kangaroo, llama, monkey, mouse, opossum, orangutan, raccoon, rhinoceros, skunk, snake, tiger, turtle, wolf, woodchuck

 

Zoo Jumble
Alapaha Council

The animals at the zoo got mixed up! See if you can straighten them out.

1. IFRAGFE               ___________________________

2. GIRET                    ___________________________

3. PLNEHEAT            ___________________________

4. EKANS                  ___________________________

5. KONEMY               ___________________________

6. REBAZ                  ___________________________

7. AGILORL               ___________________________

8. RBEA                    ___________________________

9. AHENY                  ___________________________

10. POHMUPOTASIP  ___________________________

11. FLOW                  ___________________________

12. LINO                    ___________________________

 

Cub Scout Word Search
Alapaha Council

Search forwards, backwards, up, down, and diagonally.

Q J Z O T M K L N M R K
C J U I J T S A Z O A A
J V G N V X H Y C W E A
A E P B G K C Z I G B K
R L L A E L J O O L A B
H L E R C W E V B I A P
F J E K F K D S Z D U U
U H Q L A N B R I Z O O
S K O N U V K R G F D A
R W L U E H S G K C G X
R W J J C E B U L L N C
C U B S C O U N C I L A

AKELA                BALOO            BEAR

COUNCIL            CUBS               JUNGLE

KAA                    MOWGLI          PACK

SHERE KHAN      TIGER              WOLF

ZOO

 

Double Letter Animals
Greater St. Louis Area Council

Many animals have double letters in their names. Look at the descriptions listed on the right, and then fill in the missing letters to complete the animals' names.

1. AA _ _ _ _ _ _
A long nosed animal that eats ants and termites.

2. _ _ _ _ FF _
A tall, spotted animal with a long neck.

3. _ _ _ _ _EE _
A graceful animal creature with antlers that lives in the Arctic.

4. _ _ PP _
A bulky animal with short legs & loves to wallow in the water.

5._ _ _ _ _ _LL _
An insect eating animal with an armor- like shell.

6._ _ _ _ _ _00
An animal that uses it powerful hid legs and tail to hop in leaps and bounds.

7. _ _ _ SS _ _
An animal that plays dead when it is scared.

8. _00 _ _ _ _
A male chicken that crows at sun rise.

9. _ _TT _ _ _ _ _ _ _
A reptile that makes a warning sound with its tail before striking.

10._ _ _00 _
The largest and most intelligent monkey found in Africa and Asia.

11. _ _EE _
A woolly animal found on a ranch.

12. _00 _ _
A large bird that is similar to a duck.

13. _00 _ _ _ _ _ _
Also known as the groundhog, this animal lives in an underground den.

14._ _ CC _ _ _
This masked furry creature and bushy tail that hunts for food at night

15. LL _ _ _
An animal that looks like a small camel without the hump.

 

Answers

1. Aardvark        6. Kangaroo        10. Baboon

2. Giraffe           7. Opossum        11. Sheep

3. Reindeer         8. Rooster         12. Goose

4. Hippo             9. Rattlesnake    13. Woodchuck

5. Armadillo       14. Raccoon       15. Llama

 

Zoo Animals

San Gabriel Valley Council

U F B J S C N H B T P F
O G T N A H P E L E R K
Z O I W G I R A F F E R
B R A B E M B T R P L M
H I P P O P O T A M U S
Q L T F L A M I N G O E
J L I O N N U G Z I A C
S A R B E Z D E Q F E O
Z E H K M E B R F B W A
W S Z S Q E Q G Z M E O

Words

CHIMPANZEE               GORILLA

ELEPHANT                   HIPPOPOTAMUS

FLAMINGO                   LION

GRAFFE                       SEAL

TIGER                           ZEBRA

 


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