Whitfield, Paul [PYR] (Paul.Whitfield@EC.GC.CA)
Mon, 28 Oct 1996 08:19:04 -0800
Roland Harding Scout Leader, Merivale Scout Troop New Zealand wrote:
>I am looking for a number of trust games. I am unable to find
the internet about it and I do not have any books with them in it. I
know about 2 and would like some more for this weekends camp with my
I am looking for more trust game / team building activities like this
do not take too long and which are designed for small groups i.e
I wrote a book on this topic which entitled "Leadership and Teamwork
for Scouts". It is about 80 pages in length and is comprised of 10
- each dealing with a different aspect of leadership and teamwork.
primarily centered on the Canadian Scout program, the principles
any small group of youth or adults. It also describes 'exercises'
allow you to teach the concepts without lecturing. It most instances
are several complimentary exercises to accommodate different learning
The appendixes include a course outline, participant exercises, and
relationship between the course material and the Canadian Scout
The book was written with the intent of providing a leader with
information in one place to let a leader who was not an expert on
topic teach the material to youth.
The price is $16.95CAN [~$12.50US] plus $3 postage and handling.
are available directly from the publisher at 1-800-600 6996. They
Visa/Mastercard to make everyone's life simpler.
The publisher can also be contacted by FAX at (604) 520-1610, or via
email at firstname.lastname@example.org - in these cases they need your
name, address, postal code, the card type - the card number and the
Learning through Games
Getting Along with others
Patrol leaders Roles and Responsibilities
Appendixes:Course and Arrowhead Requirements
Leadership Activity Instructions
Course Worksheets and Review Material
Weekend Course Outline
More on the book can be found at http:/www.scouts-fvr.org
Terry Howerton Sakima Group, Inc. SCOUTER Magazine Kansas City