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Girl Scout Camp Ideas

Carnival Party GAMES & LOTS OF IDEAS

SO many great indoor games, building activities, and science experiments by a mom of boys. Lots of good learning stuff too. Perfect for these HOT summer days we have!

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bottle cap cute!

Create IT: A DIY Dream Catcher craft for girls! So easy, so dreamy!

Outdoor Activities For Kids This Summer - this giant kerplunk game looks easier to build than others I've seen!

these seed balls are made with recycled paper -- tutorial

DIY Magic bottles—fill with distilled water, glycerin drops, glitter flakes, sequins, light plastic beads - anything that sparkles and is light enough to float around.Kids LOVE it!

Egg Carton Flower Fairy Lights ~ how to...amazingly creative & so pretty!!

Colorful Candle Lanterns, hand painted baby food jars DIY craft for kids table, use green and blue

Balloon Ping Pong..indoor recess. Kids can decorate paddles.

Minute to Win it Activities: Don't Blow the Joker, Bite Me, Junk in the Trunk, Cup Stacking, Floatacious, etc

How to Make Resin Bracelets | ... Hemmila of Hint Jewelry: Free Jewelry Making Tutorial: Resin Jewelry

Play this every Christmas, but using gloves, makes it way funnier. Have everyone who is playing get in a big circle, one player gets the tape ball and the player in front of them a pair of dice. The player with the ball removes tape as fast as they can and anything they dislodge is theirs to keep. The player with the dice is trying to roll doubles as quickly as they can so they get a turn. As soon as they get doubles they pass the dice to the person next to them and then they get the tape ball.

Super fun backyard game for cook outs and Summer parties - fun for kids of all ages

Use for rewards? The numbers are magnetic. Kids pick one and get that reward. It could even be a certificate for no homework. :)

Skee Ball...Any skill, vocab, etc....I'm thinking divide class into teams. Teams answer questions on dry erase boards, then one person from each team tosses "whatever" to find out what they scored. Or you could do it vice-versa....

Could do this as a greeting during first day of school

Aha! A large, easily replaceable striking surface. Better yet, keep some spare circles *inside* the jar to replace them. The jar would hold far more matches than one circle could last for anyway.

Camp handwashing station. Lash together three PVC pipes. Stick a golf tee in the bottom part of the jug to stop water from flowing.

Candybar game for scouts. Hilarious, they will have a blast!