Wheel Relay Game for Cub Scouts


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This Game is meant for Cub Scouts.
Required:
1 pinecone, rock, beanbag, or tennis ball per patrol
Instructions:
Each patrol leader stands next to a central tree (or chair if inside). He places his left hand on the tree and holds a pinecone in his right hand.
Each patrol lines up behind their leader, facing the center. This should create a star shape of patrol lines. Imagine these are spokes of a wheel - you might even scratch a circle in the dirt around the patrols.

On "GO" signal, every patrol leader runs down the right-hand side of their patrol line, then turns clockwise. He runs all the way around the wheel and back to the end of his line.
While he is doing this, the rest of his patrol step toward the center so the first in line has his hand on the tree.
When the runner reaches his patrol line, he passes the pinecone scout to scout up to the first in line who has his hand on the tree. Once he has the pinecone, he runs the loop.

First patrol to get their leader back to the tree, wins.

You might have some scouts run twice to even out the patrols.
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