Advancement Ceremonies/02-05

Bird symbols are often found in ancient Egyptian ruins.
This theme offers a great time for the Cubmaster to
“show off.” Use puppets, stuffed animals, or even a...
(or use an Egyptian name, such as 'Ramses', or
1. lightweight cardboard
2. pennies tape glue pattern crayons or markers
Cut out 2 from lightweight cardboard. Color. Tape 2
pennies to the inside of his tail. Glue sides together.
Balance on your finger or a pencil or stick. He will
rock back and forth.
As you present awards you might say:
“Pepito, did (name) do something special? (Pepito
nods) Is (name) getting an award tonight? (Pepito
nods) Do you know what it is? Tell me okay? (Put
Pepito by your ear. Pretend he talks to you and you
nod) Okay…let’s give him his ( name the award)."
Continue giving awards in the same manner. Boys have
great imaginations and love NEW THINGS!

References / Source:
Great Salt Lake Council

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