We implement all sorts of lessons, but there is nothing wrong with just plain fun. Here is something to try tonight at Scouts:
The Troop Leader Resources states:
What’s referred to as the “Games” section of the Troop Meeting Planning Sheet can be approached from a variety of directions and in a variety of ways. In its most simple context, this portion of the meeting provides a chance to have some good, clean fun serving to change the pace of the meeting, and/or allow Scouts to happily let off a little steam. From another direction, this time slot can afford a golden opportunity to put Scout skills into action in a way that is involving and challenging—often relative to a monthly theme.
All troop meeting activities, whether a Scout Skills Challenge, Team Building Opportunity, or Scout Game should contribute towards ensuring the troop meeting is fun with positive outcomes.
Author: Larry Green | Happily retired, he and spends his time volunteering for the BSA. When he is not building pioneering projects, he is building videos for the BSA illustrating Scouting activities that are uniquely fun with positive outcomes.