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First Aid Themed Games

Two-Man Carry Relay

Number each scout on each team. 

#1 and #2 carry #3 using a four-hand seat carry for conscious victim to end and back.

#2 and #3 carry #4. 

Continue through scouts. 

Next-to-Last and Last carry #1. 

Last and #1 carry #2.

If a victim touches the ground, stop and do some penalty, re-form the carry and continue. 

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Stretcher Relay:

Need two staffs and a blanket for each team to create stretchers. Also need paper cups and water.

#1 and #2 create a stretcher and carry #3 to end and take stretcher apart. Each scout brings back one piece of the stretcher.

#2 and #3 carry #4. Continue through scouts. Next-to-Last and Last carry #1. Last and #1 carry #2.

Bonus: Have the victim carry a paper cup of water. The team with the most water left gets a bonus. 
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Arm Sling Relay:

Teams line up in relay formation with one scout acting as victim and standing in front of his team 30 feet away. All other people have their neckerchiefs on properly. 

The first scout on each team runs to the victim, asks what is wrong, and applies an arm sling to the arm indicated. 

When the judge sees that the sling is correct, he calls out “Cured!”. 

The scout removes the sling and becomes the victim. The previous victim runs back to touch the next member of his team. This continues until all on the team have been victim and rescuer. 

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Pressure Pad Relay:

Teams line up in relay formation with one scout acting as victim and sitting in front of his team 30 feet away. All other scouts have their neckerchiefs on properly. 

The first scout on each team runs to the victim, asks what is wrong, and applies his neckerchief folded into a pressure pad where indicated. 

When the judge sees that the pad is correct, he calls out “Cured!”. 

The scout removes the pad and becomes the next bleeding victim. The previous victim runs back to touch the next member of his team and puts his neckerchief back on. 

This continues until all on the team have been victim and rescuer. 

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