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Here’s a good game for car rides. (Use a pencil box to shake the die in.) OR just an educational and fun busy game for at home / scout meeting, etc…
How to play
- To start, a player writes the numbers 1 through 9 on a sheet of paper and rolls the dice. He then crosses out one or more numbers that add up to the roll. For example, if he rolls an 8, he can cross out the 8, or the 6 and the 2, the 7 and the 1, or the 5 and the 3.
- After the numbers 6 and up are crossed off, the player can choose to roll just one die. If the player manages to cross off all of the numbers, he’s “shut the box.” If he can’t match a roll to the remaining numbers, his turn ends, and any uncrossed numbers are added to his score (the lower the score, the better!).
- The next player then plays with a fresh set of numbers. Players alternate rounds until one player’s score reaches 50. The other player is the winner.
Here’s just one recipe:
Homemade Campfire Pie
- Pie Crust
- Canned Pie Filling
- Cooking Spray
Cut enough pie crust to make several pies and place waxed paper between the crusts. Place in a gallon zip lock bag keeping them ref. Spray pie iron with Pam Cooking Spray and place a crust on each side. Fill with your favorite pie filling close the iron and trim the crust on the outside. Bake over hot coals laying on a grill that is about 5-6″ above the coals. Watch carefully, check often and turn as needed, cooked in about 10-15 minutes at the most.
Click HERE for the entire article. Great for scout camping!