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Crows and Cranes

Divide Cub Scouts into two teams. Teams line up facing each other about a yard apart. One team is the Crows and the other the Cranes. Mark off a baseline 30 to 50 feet behind each team or line them up in the center of a room and use the walls for bases. When the leader calls, "Crows," the Crows must race to their base without being tagged by the Cranes. When the leader calls, "Cranes," they try to get back safely. The leader can add suspense by prolonging the commands, "Cr-r-r-rows" or "Cr-r-r-ranes."

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