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The Little Bug Who Had The Blues

MATERIALS: Cut Scouts could make bug posters to hold up with the words written on the back.

1ST CUB: There was a little bug who had the blues, And cried because he had no shoes.

2ND CUB: He walked around with six bare feet, And hid them when other bugs he would meet.

3RD CUB: Such a small, sad bug was he, Until one day he changed to see.

4TH CUB: A happy, wiggly worm crawl by, With a smile as big as the sky.

5TH CUB: That really made the bug feel bad, For all the time that he was sad.

6TH CUB: (And just because he had no shoes) That worm didn't even have feet for shoes!

7TH CUB: The little bug is smiling now, Be cause he finally learned how.

8TH CUB: To always be thankful for what you've got, No matter how little, no matter what!

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