The Greatest Show on EarthIndian Nations Council
Wheels, Wings, Rudders
Things That Go
This is a question and answer skit. Two sets of answers are given and should be used according to whether you wish the skit to be serious or silly. A Cub Scout can read each riddle and another Cub Scout may answer, or the audience can be asked to guess the answers.
1.I can run fast. I have four legs. My fuel is oats. Last year a friend of mine won the Kentucky Derby. What am I?
A. A horse. B. 2 oatmeal eating Cub Scouts who have horse for friends.
2.I run on boy power. I run on the streets, never on sidewalks. I have 2 wheels. I have spokes and pedals. What am I?
A. A bicycle. B. Two unicycles.
3.I have 4 wheels. I usually have an air coiled rear engine. You can spot me on sight. I run on sand. What am I?
A. A dune buggy. B. A Volkswagen that ran off the road in the desert.
4.I have 2 wheels. I have a roll bar. My pedals are as high as the seat. I have a lot of chrome. What am I?
A. Motorcycle. B. 2 "souped-up unicycles."
5.I have a horn. I have two bright eyes. I have four wheels. I run on the street. What am I?
A. A car. B. A unicorn on wheels on a highway.
6.My horn goes "toot-toot". My engine goes "choo-choo." I don't always have the same number of parts. What am I?
A. A train. B. A Cadillac with a problem.
7.I fly through the air with the greatest of ease. I have a nose and 2 big wings. What am I?
A. A plane. B. A trapeze artist with wings.
8.Sometimes I am self-propelled. Sometimes you have to help me. I skim over the water, in various speeds. What am I?
A. A boat. B. A beginning water-skier.
9.I could go right through your ceiling if I could fit in your house. I'm going to the moon to find me some cheese. What am I?
A. A rocket. B. A 2-ton hungry mouse.
Saved By The Dinner Bell
Characters:8 boys in a lifeboat.
Props:If a lifeboat is not available, the scene must be set by a narrator. As the scene opens, we find boys from Den drifting at sea in a lifeboat.
Boy 1:We are sure lucky to get this lifeboat.
Boy 2:Yeah, it saved our lives.
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