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Scouting Games: Introduction




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This article is from the Scouting FAQ, by Bill Nelson nelsonb@nospam.aztec.asu.edu, Soaring Golden Eagle eagle@rangernet.org and Alan Houser troop24@emf.net with numerous contributions by others.

Scouting Games: Introduction

This file contains a number of games collected on rec.scouting,
misc.kids and scouts-l, for your pack, den or troop activities. Due to
its size, this FAQ has been split into 3 separate postings.

If you know a good game that hasn't been included in this FAQ, please
do all of us a favour and post it on rec.scouting. Sending copies to

Bill Nelson <nelsonb@aztec.asu.edu>

will ensure that it gets included in this file.

For U.S. readers, the SCOUTS-L games use British Scout terms. A
'Sixer' is a den or patrol, clothes pegs are clothes pins, and a 'bat'
is a long, flat Cricket bat. If anyone spots other terms they're not
familiar with, please let me know and I'll add it to this explanation!

Other game lists:

You can find the Games Compendium at:
http://bonaly.org.uk/games/

 

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