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Baloo's Bugle

July 2006 Cub Scout Roundtable Issue

Volume 12, Issue 12
August 2006 Theme

Theme: Scouting It Out
Webelos: Naturalist & Forester
Tiger Cub
Activities

GATHERING ACTIVITIES

Note on Word Searches, Word Games, Mazes and such – In order to make these items fit in the two column format of Baloo’s Bugle they are shrunk to a width of about 3 inches.  Your Cubs probably need bigger pictures.  You can get these by copying and pasting the picture from the Word version or clipping the picture in the Adobe (.pdf) version and then enlarging to page width.  CD


Scrambled Animals

Baltimore Area Council

Provide each person a paper with the following jumbled words on it. The first person to complete the list wins an inflated rubber animal.

1.

Xof

 

16.

Nugeipagi

2.

Atb

 

17.

Rulwas

3.

Nimree

 

18.

Geogdehh

4.

Vrabee

 

19.

Helaw

5.

Rugaja

 

20.

Resho

6.

Sas

 

21.

Xyln

7.

Paoledr

 

22.

Dbgrae

8.

Rafifeg

 

23.

Telpneha

9.

Nilo

 

24.

Reba

10.

Kaclja

 

25.

Sephe

11.

Omseo

 

26.

Beareehstt

12.

Reah

 

27.

Makstur

13.

Toppophusaim

 

28.

Gesnmooo

14.

Alaml

 

29.

Hartenp

15.

Tarmom

 

30.

Purponeci

Answers:

1.

Fox

 

16.

Guinea pig

2.

Bat

 

17.

Walrus

3.

Ermine

 

18.

Hedgehog

4.

Beaver

 

19.

Whale

5.

Jaguar

 

20.

Horse

6.

Ass

 

21.

Lynx

7.

Leopard

 

22.

Badger

8.

Giraffe

 

23.

Elephant

9.

Lion

 

24.

Bear

10.

Jackal

 

25.

Sheep

11.

Moose

 

26.

Hartebeest

12.

Hare

 

27.

Muskrat

13.

Hippopotamus

 

28.

Mongoose

14.

Llama

 

29.

Panther

15.

Marmot

 

30.

Porcupine

Nature Did It First
Baltimore Area Council

For most modern inventions, there exists a counterpart in nature. Here is a list of animals and the invention they utilize. Try matching the animal with the invention.

Animal

Invention

  • Bat
  • Armadillo
  • Chameleon
  • Fish
  • Flying Squirrel
  • Squid
  • Hummingbird
  • Scorpion
  • Snake
  • Abalone
  • Caribou
    • Parachute
    • Snowshoes
    • Anesthetic
    • Helicopter
    • Suction Cup
    • Hypodermic Needle
    • Radar
    • Camouflage
    • Electricity
    • Tank
    • Jet Propulsion

Answers: 1-G, 2-J, 3-H, 4-I, 5-A,
6-K, 7-D, 8-F, 9-C, 10-E, 11-B

Owl Puzzle
Baltimore Area Council

Hoo?  Hoo?  Who will be the wise owl to reach the perch in the center without running into a bull’s-eye?

Outdoor Fun

San Gabriel Valley, Long Beach  Area, Verdugo Hills Councils

None

BACKPACK WALKINGSTICK SUN
BACKPACKING BOOTS CAMPING
FOOD HEAT TENTS
HIKING MOUNTAINS OUTDOORS
SHORTS WATERBOTTLE SUN

 Note on this word search – This word search was in an Adobe file from their Pow Wow.  It was split on two pages.  This was the best I could reassemble it.  CD

 


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