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One of the keys to a good campfire sing along is to have a leader who isn't afraid to be a little bit silly. Oftentimes, as boys grow through adolescence, they can be self conscious about things such as singing. This is especially true if they are trying to have that "tough guy" image.... Read more...
The best advice for singing with cub scouts is this; have fun and the sillier, the better! Seven to ten year old boys are at that age where energy is in every single fiber of their body. They are just bursting at the seams with enthusiasm and energy. Oh, if we could only bottle that energy and sell it; we'd make a fortune! One way to channel that energy is to get them moving...Read more....
I must admit that I don't have as much experience with Girl Scouts singing around a campfire. I'm sure they must be much more refined and dainty. I can't imagine that they would sing the same kind of gross songs that I have heard around Boy Scout campfires. Am I right????... Read more....
I've been to a lot of church sponsored camps. They mostly like to sing pretty much what everybody else likes to sing: silly songs, folk songs, old time songs, gross songs, traditional campfire songs and maybe a few religious or inspirational songs.
One of the best ways to get people involved in singing around a campfire is to sing silly songs. The ones who will join in, get involved and sing the loudest are: you guessed it; young children! Who doesn't love to listen to the laughter of children? If you can get kids laughing, and having a good time, it won't be long before just about everyone is having fun.
Once you get the group singing silly camp songs, they won't want to stop....Read more....
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