January Cub Scout Roundtable Issue
Volume 7, Issue 6
Passports to Other Lands
Webelos Scholar & Engineer
Tiger Big Ideas 10 & 11
Heart of America Council
Place hands together about chest high
and say “Ah So, Ah So” while giving little bows
Make a motion as if polling
a boat, singing out:
"O, SOLE MIO"
tal-king to me?
you an owl?
did the mouse give up tap dancing?
It kept falling in
did the postcard say to the stamp?
Stick with me kid, and we’ll go places.
travels around the world and stays in a corner?
you hear about the wooden car with the wooden wheels and the wooden engine?
It wooden go!
1: What kind of snack do little
monkeys have with their milk?
Cub 2: Chocolate chimp cookies
1: What’s a cat’s favorite
Cub 2: Mice Krispies
1: What is the first letter in
Cub 1: Because I want to know
Shade your eyes and look
around, Aha! You spot your
friend in the audience. Go to
him and shake his hand, slap him on the back and hug him.
Then stare at his shirt and shake your head.
You find a loose thread. Take
hold of it and pull and pull and pull.
The thread comes and comes and comes.
Wind it around your hand, dance with it, pass it around the audience
and let them pull.
The Trick: You and your
friend get ready together, thread a needle with the end of a spool of
thread. Put the spool inside
your friend’s shirt and run the threaded needle out through his shirt.
Take off the needle and let the thread hang loose
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