What makes a good friend? Get your Cub Scouts to work together to find the perfect pal in this quick creative task
â€¢ Large sheets of paper
1. Each Six makes two life-size Cub Scouts by drawing round a Cub Scout and cutting out the outline.
2. The Six decides how each part of the body could be used either to be a good friend or a poor friend, e.g. legs â€“ you could play football with a friend, but they wouldnâ€™t be a friend if they kick you! Mouth â€“ they could cheer you on or say something hurtful.
3. On one â€˜bodyâ€™ they draw or write the â€˜good friendâ€™ actions and on the other the â€˜poor friendâ€™ actions.
4. Sixes present their â€˜bodiesâ€™ to the rest of the Pack and discuss whether any of them had the same or similar results.