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Bobcat Box

ITEMS REQUIRED:

1) Large cardboard box covered with paper or sheet

2) Bobcat eyes (marbles)

3) Fur type cloth.

The boys are told that a bobcat has been captured and has been placed in the box. As new Bobcats they must reach into the box and get a Bobcat eye or a piece of the Bobcat fur.

What they do not know is that someone is in the box. The person in the box makes sounds like a Bobcat.

The person in the box will gently touch each boy as he reaches into the box. I feel like you can follow the idea of this ceremony.

The parents will pin the Bobcat insignia on the boy as was previously explained. Do not forget the good deed. 

 
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