Conservation Good Turn: This is an opportunity for Cub Scout packs to join in conservation
or environmental organizations (federal, state, local, or private) to carry out a Conservation Good
Turn in their home or communities.


Activities: Speakers-clown, magician, entertainer
"Clown college"
Face Painting
Den stunt shows
Pet tricks
Menu: "Three Ring" Ravioli "Cracking Whip" Caramel Corn
"Trapeze" Turkey Dinner "Performing" Peanut Butter Cookies
"Clown Car" Cheesy Potatoes "Tight Rope" Turtle Pie



Use whole, shell peanuts. Spray peanuts with clear spray
paint for a shiny finish. Glue a ring or pipe cleaner on
the back for the slide. Families can decorate as desired.


Have each family come up with their own circus
act. This can be performed during the pack
meeting. Or, weeks before the pack meeting ask
families to prepare circus acts to perform. You
will find some real talent and imagination.


Assign each person the name of a different thing found in the
circus, such as clown, elephant, trapeze artist, ringmaster,
acrobats, etc. When the leader says, “Go!” all call out what they are and
gather in groups (animal or people) as fast as they can. The group
gathered first wins. Use this to divide into teams for the next game.

References / Source:
Great Salt Lake Council

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