Emergency Alert System Skit for Cub Scouts

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This Skit is meant for Cub Scouts.
Decide for yourself if it is appropriate for your younger scouts or not.
6 to 10 scouts
Make sure you practice so the Beeeeeps start and stop when they should and so that the punch line does not drag on too long.
All scouts but one stand in line. Lead scout is in front or to one side.
Leader: For the next ten seconds we wil conduct a test of the emergency broadcast system.
(line of scouts all make Beeeeeeeeeeep sound until the leader raises his hand.)
Leader: Thank you. This concludes the test of the emergency broadcast system. Had this been an actual emergency, you would have heard...
(line of scouts scream in panic and run around)
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 Dec 18, 2012 - jena
We just did this skit with Tigers at our Christmas Party Pack meeting... EVERYONE LOVED IT! The boys did great. This was a great skit for their first time in front of everyone!
Nov 04, 2013 - Chet
Tigers would love this one
Oct 04, 2014 - Kaden N.
Pack 23 was wild with laughter... IT WAS GREAT
Dec 15, 2014 - Don
This is a great Tiger skit because its simple for them to remember.

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