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Start Your Engines


Author:  GSLC

Arrange the Cub Scouts in a circle, with one boy in the center. Each boy chooses the name of a
car he would like to be. It can be the make of a vehicle such as Ford; or it can be a specific model
like Explorer. The boy in the middle starts the game by saying “I would like to drive a Honda.”
He can say any car that the boys have chosen. Now the “Honda” player needs to answer “I’d
rather drive a _______” filling in another name of a car. Play continues until a person chooses a
car that doesn’t belong, or is his own car. He then goes into the center and play starts over. You
can also change it so that the player that misses is out and play the game elimination style


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References / Source:
GSLC Pow Wow 2007


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