Cave Drawings

On a wall, hang a roll of paper at least six feet long (but preferably up to 10 feet long). Have the boys draw a picture of their favorite dinosaur on it. When they're done, ask them to name their new prehistoric friend (leaders can write the names in) and sign their name next to their drawing. In advance of the pack meeting, you and your boys might want to draw in some background scenery, such as boulders, palm trees, ferns, ponds and hills, to help get the mural started. The final product will make a nice mural for the wall or backdrop for the stage.

References / Source:
Circle Ten Council

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