Trails, Treks, and Tracks
Simon Kenton Council
Cub 1: We are suppose to be learning how to
do tracking today. Do you guys know how to track?
Cub 2: I
have never done any tracking.
Cub 3: Me neither.
4: I have. I once tracked a wild slimer for six hours.
1: What happened?
Cub 4: I tracked the slimer north
for two hours.
Cub 2: Then what happened?
Then he turned west and I tracked him for another hour.
3: What happened next?
Cub 4: For the next three hours
the slimer back tracked on himself, circled around and finally ended
up going south.
Cub 1: Wow, how far did you end up
tracking the wild slimer.
Cub 4: About three feet, snails
get really tired after that.
Greater St. Louis
Two boys walking across stage, shining their
#1: Look, bear tracks!
aren't any bears around here. Those are raccoon
#1: Those are BEAR TRACKS.
#1: I know what bear tracks look like. And those
are bear tracks.
#2: Raccoon tracks!
#2: Raccoon tracks1
(Boys start arguing and
wrestling, as other boys forming train start across the stage. The
first boy of the train carries a flashlight to simulate the
headlight of the train.)
#1: TRAIN TRACKS.
credit to Jack
Gallagher 2nd Cole harbour E Colony Beavers Atlantic View Area
sent by Dale Kelly (Mommy to 3 and Nanny to 1) 1st
Cole Harbour Pack, 2nd Bel Ayr Brownies & AAC Colony
This skit is appropriate for all ranks
and Youth repeat together:
dip dip dip in the bright blue cheer
(kids dip hands up and down in front of them)
rinse rinse rinse
in the water so cleer (kids hold up invisible clothes)
Put it to
your nose (smell it big intake)
Smells like a rose (kids ahhhhh,
fold up article add to invisible pile)
Leader: ok beavers now
that our uniform is done, lets do our socks
Leader great job lets do our pants, etc... 2 or more
Leader now that our laundry is done for the
week, Akela ( or other sucker, I mean leader at the campfire!) could
maybe use some help, he is soooo busy..
Lets start with his
socks. (Pretent to reach over for leaders socks)
dip dip etc.. (see above)
put it to your nose
dip dip dip in the bright blue cheer, repeat 2 or 3
times till audience finished laughing
Hiking--The Scout Way
Houston Area Council
Den Chief: Okay, guys. Is everybody ready to
go hiking? (Boys start hiking up their socks..)
What are you doing? I said HIKING! Are you ready to go
Boys: Yes, we're hiking up our socks, our shorts,
Den Chief: No, no, no. Hiking. Hiking, don't you
know -- HIKING!
Boys: Oh, year!
Boy #1: (takes
football from behind his back; boys line up to begin play) Hike one,
hike two, hike three.
Den Chief: No, no, no! HI-KING,
HI-KING, HI-KING. Come on guys. Get with it!
(Walks by with crown on head.)
Boys: Hi, King!
Chief: No, no, no! Hiking, walking, Scout stuff. You know
Boys: Oh, why didn't you say so? (Walk off stage
hiking with den leader.