Have a "family finger-painting party" and each family brings cookies; practice the Pledge of Allegiance; Go to a dairy and see how they make ice cream, then come home and make your own "Kick the can ice-cream". A suggestion from Chris: Always try out crafts and recipes before doing them with your Cubs.
Kick-The-Can Ice Cream
FINGER PAINT RECIPE-reprinted
with permission from Sarah. Visit her site that has many
more fun recipes
1/4 cup cornstarch
Tiger Tootsie Rolls
Ingredients: 2 tablespoons margarine at
room temperature, 1 teaspoon vanilla, 1/2 cup corn syrup,
3 cups powdered sugar, 2 squared melted chocolate, 3/4
cup dry powdered milk.
Mix 1 cup laundry soap, 30-40 drops of food coloring. Add water by the teaspoonful until the soap is liquid. Stir well. Pack the soap into ice cube trays. Set in a sunny window, dry place for 2 days. Crayons will become hard and are great for writing in the sink or tub.
Big Idea #6 Know Community
Visit a hospital, city hall, police
station, local museum, post office, etc. Walk there if
you can and point out other town landmarks. Practice the
Tiger motto and your den yell. Make a list of places that
each Tiger likes to go visit in his community and have
them tell why it is important to him. Make sock puppets
or sack puppets of people that represent people in your
community (i.e., policeman, mayor, scoutmaster) then
present a play. Maybe you can give your play at the next
Clean Up Treasure
Conduct a clean-up treasure hunt on
your school grounds or in your neighborhood. Not only
will you have fun looking for the items listed, but you
will pick up litter as well.
Who's the tigers in the
T I G E R S, Tigers all are we.
Tiger Cub, Go and See
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