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What If. . .?



The following are story ideas you can use during a quiet time in your den meeting.  Let each scout pick one these ideas (you can add a few of your own), give him a few minutes and let him finish the story.  Imaginations can be very powerful and lots of fun, too.

1.        What if a plane landed in the school yard one day?

2.        What if you saw a zebra grazing in front of your house one morning?

3.        What if you found a turtle in your bathtub?

4.        What if you were traveling in a wagon hundreds of years ago?

5.        What if your pet could talk?

6.        What if someone gave you three wishes: what would you wish for?

7.        What if you were principal for a day: what would you do?

8.        What if you were invisible?

9.        What if aliens took you for a ride in their spaceship?

10.     What if you could fly?


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