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Practice Setting Up The Tent At Home
Pick Your Campsites Ahead Of Time
Make Campfire-Friendly Meals Ahead Of Time
Bring Extra Padding - Sleep Pad, Air Mattress etc
Pack Good Coffee
Waterproof Your Tent
Go During The Week, Rather Than The weekend
Take Advantage of Campsite Amenities
Leave The Campsite As You Found It
KOA's Top Tent Camping Tips
Many yummy meals and treats can be done in a Dutch Oven
Some PVC Pipes and Connectors can make a handy towel/clothes drying rack. Breaks down easy so it's easy to transport.
Camp Fire Firestarters
Egg Carton, Dryer Lint, and Wax
Create a story together. One person starts by give a few lines of a made up story, the next persons adds a few more lines to progress the story. Continue around the fire until the story concludes.
Pick a subject for the story before it starts. Examples: Best/Worse Camping Trip Ever Story, Creepy Scary Story, Funny Animal Story
Pick out a few random things that must be included in the story. Example: Tator Tots, Swimming, Llamas and Christmas
Fortunately/Unfortunately ... The first player begins the story with a fortunate or positive statement. Example: "Fortunately I went to the store and got everything we need for S'Mores" The next player contributes an unfortunate statement to continue the story, such as: “Unfortunately, it rained last night and the wood is too wet to build a fire.” Player three adds another positive statement, “Fortunately, I brought my hair dryer and I can dry out the wood with that.” Player four adds another unfortunate statement, and so on. Play continues until the story comes to a logical conclusion…either happily or unhappily!
Sitting By The Fire I Hope We See
The person who starts says "Sitting at the fire I hope we see _________." and adds something. It could be something logical like a squirrel, stars or marshmallows or something ridiculous like a Yeti or a UFO. The 2nd person repeats the phrase and what is already said and adds an item. The next person says the phrase repeats ALL items in the trunk and adds their own. Once a player misses something they are out. Play continues until there is only one person left.
Through the Alphabet
Pick a category and take turns naming something that starts with the letter in sequence. First person uses A, the 2nd player B etc
Things Associated with Camping
Sitting around the campfire the first person begins by whispering something to the player next to him . That person then whispers the message to the next player. This continues til the message has gone all the way around the whispered to the player on hispassed in order from person-to-person, and the last person announces to the group the message he heard. Invariably, the message has changed as it's been passed along, providing a fun laugh for all.
Oaths and Promises
Boy Scout Oath
On my honor I will do my best to do my duty to God and my country and to obey the Scout Law; to help other people at all times; to keep myself physically strong, mentally awake, and morally straight.
Girl Scout Promise
On my honor, I will try:
To serve God and my country,
To help people at all times,
And to live by the Girl Scout Law.
A variation of tag, this activity is one that should take place outside the ring of campfire chairs, since it involves running around in the semi-dark. This game can be done with kids and adults, or for kids-only if you’re looking for something to keep them entertained while the grownups sit around the fire. (Again, clearly define game boundaries before you start to play).
The person who is “it” is given a ﬂashlight and shuts their eyes and counts to 30 while everyone else hides. Then they search for the other players, using the lit ﬂashlight. If they find someone, they “tag” them by shining their ﬂashlight on them. That new person then becomes “it,” taking the ﬂashlight and counting to 30 while the other players hide.
3D Tent Photo Frame
Girl Scout SWAPS Ideas
S'More Felt SWAPS
Felt Canoe SWAPS
"Special Whatchamacallits Affectionately Pinned Somewhere"
Cookie Monster SWAPS
See Our No Sew Sock Gnome Page for Step by Step Instructions
Sleeping Bag SWAPS
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Boy Scout Cake
Boy Scout Pack Cake
Boy Scout Logo Cake
Pinewood Derby Cake
Chopping Campfire Wood Cake
1980's - Animals - Barbeques - Bored & Party Games - Printables - Candyland and Gingerbread - Camping and Scouts - Chocolate - Dinosaurs - Disney - Disney Stories - Dr Seuss - Dragons and Wizards - Fairies - FALL for Thanksgiving - Farms - Gaming - Gnomes - Ice Cream Socials - Movies and TV - Animated Movies - Kid's TV - Music - Pirates - Planes, Trains & Cars - Princesses - Sports, Hunting and Fishing - Spring and Gardens - Steampunk - Summer and Beaches - Superheroes - Under the Sea - Unicorns and Rainbows