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What’s Wrong with Christmas



This is a variation of the classic Kim’s game.  It is a good game for den meetings.  On a table or tray place a number of Christmas type objects, such as a candy canes, bell, sprig of holly, etc.  Scatter through these a number of objects that are not a part of Christmas, such as Halloween mask, green shamrock, red heart, hard-boiled egg, etc.  Cover all objects until time to play the game; then remove the cover and give Cub Scouts two minutes to look at all the objects.  Recover all objects, and give each boy a pencil and paper. Ask them to write down all non-Christmas items.  Cub Scout with longest list wins.


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