Noughts and Crosses/ Quiz. Can be used to underpin a topic that the scouts have been studying.
Equipment: Chairs & a list of Quiz Questions
Chairs are arranged to form a 3Ã—3 â€˜noughts and crossesâ€™ board. The players are arranged into two teams. The leader asks the first player from a team a question. If that person answers correctly they may go and sit on a vacant chair. Play then switches to the other team, and again the first person in line is asked a question. The aim of the game is to get three players in a straight line (horizontal, vertical or diagonal). When a line is scored, that team score a point and play is resumed from scratch. Play until a set time or points limit. Highest scoring team wins
Notes: For a longer, tougher game, play on a larger board<