Have Cub Scouts and family members cut out snowflakes when they enter the pack meeting, and put their names on them. (Six sided snowflakes can be made by folding a square sheet of paper in half, and then into thirds.) Tape or fasten to a wall, curtain, blackboard or window.
Have you ever caught a snowflake on a black piece of
paper and studied it? It is so delicate and fragile that it melts
almost before you can pick out its unique shape and structure. And
it is unique, because each snowflake forms its own pattern of
crystals in a six-sided shape. No two are exactly alike. There may
be some that are similar, but none are the same.
Year's End Closing
Staging: House lights are dimmed. Ceremony board or
log containing 7 small candles and 1 tall candle representing the
Spirit of Cub Scouting.
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