Theme Midway - Advice on Games

On a cold winter den meeting night, you might try some of these ideas
to keep the boys warm and dry.

At, you can print out a variety of word search
puzzles, dot-to-dots, and mazes.

Information on how to play board games can be found at www.boardgamescentral.
com. Old and new games can be found on this site, along with instructions on how
to play games such as checkers, Monopoly, Life, and dominos.

Or you could use your imagination and creativity to create your own game.
Boys love to play games that require remembering where
things are. You could get pictures of Cub Scout symbols or of
things of nature. Make sure you get two copies of each. But 
paste them on colored paper, turn them over, mix them up, and you
have a memory game.

Don’t forget to teach the boys that playing by the rules is important.
Teach them that winning is not necessarily the important part
of playing the game but that having fun should be what is the most
important part of game playing.

References / Source:
GSLC Pow Wow 2008

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