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It also shows how to plan and work together as a team, and develops basic public speaking and presentation skills.
 
It also shows how to plan and work together as a team, and develops basic public speaking and presentation skills.
  
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See [[Media:CubLeadersHandbook-Ch13.PDF|The Cub Leader's Handbook Chapter 13 - Playacting]].
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[[Campfire Skits]] are a common way to do some playacting.
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Latest revision as of 03:44, 25 August 2011

Whether singing songs, listening to or telling intriguing and compelling stories, or acting in a hilarious skit, Scouts Canada youth develop many important skills and positive attitudes. Creative arts help youth discover a basic appreciation for music and drama. It also shows how to plan and work together as a team, and develops basic public speaking and presentation skills.

See The Cub Leader's Handbook Chapter 13 - Playacting.

Campfire Skits are a common way to do some playacting.