Difference between revisions of "Games"

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Game play is an important part of Scouting.  Try mixing it up to avoid falling into a rut of playing the same games repeatedly.  
 
Game play is an important part of Scouting.  Try mixing it up to avoid falling into a rut of playing the same games repeatedly.  
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An excellent resource is the [[Scouts Canada]] publication [[Games From A to Z]], available here on the {{SITENAME}} and from [http://www.scoutshop.ca/eSolution/search.php?type=Title&cat=0002&entry=25&data=games&lang=en The Scout Shop online].
  
 
Please, feel free to add games to the {{SITENAME}}, just add <nowiki>[[Category:Game]]</nowiki> to the text, so others can find it.
 
Please, feel free to add games to the {{SITENAME}}, just add <nowiki>[[Category:Game]]</nowiki> to the text, so others can find it.

Revision as of 13:34, 5 July 2011

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Game play is an important part of Scouting. Try mixing it up to avoid falling into a rut of playing the same games repeatedly.

An excellent resource is the Scouts Canada publication Games From A to Z, available here on the Scouts Canada Wiki and from The Scout Shop online.

Please, feel free to add games to the Scouts Canada Wiki, just add [[Category:Game]] to the text, so others can find it.

Games in Scouts Canada Wiki

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