Wolf Ideas for Michelle
Jan Mussler (mussler@SPOT.COLORADO.EDU)
Sat, 20 Dec 1997 17:07:25 -0700
Can you do field trips? For my restless one, working on beltloops helped
- and breaks that LONG spell of no recognition until they get rank. I
have to say I much prefer the Webelos Activity Pin program (though
expensive and not covered by FOS) because recognition is more frequent.
I took my Bears to the local Teen Center and we had a meeting in the game
room. Earned the Table Tennis beltloop, played some Foosball and pool.
I'm having the local Ecocycle come up and present a conservation program
to the boys. Free because their mission is to present educational
programs to groups.
There's soccer, skating, volleyball, biking beltloops.
Have local law enforcement officers come up and show off their car. Or go
to the police station.
Local magician come and teach some tricks?
It's time for a hike! Use some of the different kinds of hikes mentioned
in the Cub Leader How-To Book.
Make up a huge batch of modeling material as mentioned in the How-To.
Make up questions on that Horribly tedious Wolf material and play Jeopardy
using all the hilarious kinds of "ringing in" ideas mentioned earlier this
My Bears love charades!
We had great fun with Water Bottle Rockets and blowing up film cannisters
with alka seltzer.
How about a kite derby. Make a cubmobile and challenge other dens.
Woodworking project. Bluebird houses make a great conservation project.
We're going to do bathouses but probably won't be as gratifying as blue
Jan Mussler, Webelos Den Leader, Pack 170
Nederland, CO - Long's Peak Council
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