More ideas from Bex
Respect ball. Make it into a game. Roll the ball to each girl, where it lands, have the girl read the line and discuss what it means. Great for Daisy and Brownie Girl Scout troops :)

Make it into a game. Roll the ball to each girl, where it lands, have the girl read the line and discuss what it means. Great for Daisy and Brownie Girl Scout troops :) Imagine a blue or gold ball for Cub Scouts.

From fb. Rainbow promise poster

Such a cute coloring page to think about our own beliefs and those of others!

Balloon ping pong was a huge hit with our Daisy Scouts. We used paper plates and craft sticks and balloons. The girls loved this game!

This game is a two-for-one activity: Get crafty and make ping-pong paddles from paper plates and popsicle sticks. Give kids crayons or markers and let them go to town decorating their paddle. Blow up a few balloons and play a game of ping pong!

Bonfire Cupcake

Bonfire Cupcake did with a marmalade butter cream with red and yellow colouring, flake sticks and choc orange matchmakers to build bonfire with a cocktail stick and mini marhsmallows sticking out the top.

healthy christmas snacks for kids | The 12 Coolest Snacks on the Block | Creative Kid Snacks

Creative Kid Snacks: Santa Party Poppers Split strawberry and put half on bottom, then banana, then pointy part on top, using toothpick skewer if necessary, decorate with whipped cream. (photo only)