Cludo Wide Game

Cluedo Wide Game

Description
Turn the classic board game in to a wide game

Resources
A set of “Leaders” cards showing the murder weapon, location and characters.
A check sheet for the Scouts showing all of the above.
A number of leaders/adults, more the better but works well with 4-5.
Pens or pencils.

Click the link below to open a PDF file containing the rules and the cards to print out yourself.
Cludo-Card

Instructions
Remove one card each of the murder weapon, location, and character.
Keep these three cards save and away from any preying scouts. (this is how, where and who did the murder)
The remaining cards are handed equally between the leaders and they wonder off around the playing area ready for the scouts to find.

The games starts.
The scouts either individually or in small groups run off to find the leaders.
When they get to a leader they select a item from their check list (weapon, location, character) and ask the leader if they have that card.
If the leader has the card mentioned he shows the scout it and they tick it off their list. (this shows that the card is in ply and can not have been used in the murder.
The leader marks the scouts check list with a number and the scouts run off to find another leader and repeats the above.
The scouts can not ask for more than one card from the same leader, they have to find a different leader before they can return. This is why the leader marks their card to show they have been to another leader before returning.
Once the scout is happy that he thinks he knows which three cards are missing he approaches the leader and tell them his selection.
If correct and are first they are the winner.

Tips: mark the cards with a number so you know who has solved the murder in the lease number of visits.
Limit the scouts a 3 guesses so they have to solve the murder and not just go guessing

Cludo Cards

Miss Scarlett
Colonel Mustard
Mrs. White
Reverend Green
Mrs. Peacock
Professor Plum

Candlestick
Dagger
Lead pipe
Revolver
Rope
Spanner

Kitchen
Ballroom
Conservatory
Dining Room
Games Room
Library
Lounge
Hall
Study

 

Camp Doughnuts

A fabulous cookbook, The Jam ’n’ Brie Cookbook 2010, has been compiled to raise the funds to send 81 young people from Essex to the 22nd World Scout Jamboree. We browsed its recipe pages to pick out a tasty camp favourite. Here’s the tried-and-tested recipe for camp doughnuts.

Camp doughnuts

To serve a hungry Patrol!

Ingredients

  • 2 eggs
  • 200g plain flour
  • milk or water
  • 1 loaf of white bread
  • jam/chocolate spread or any other filling that sounds tasty
  • vegetable oil for cooking
  • sugar to serve

Method

  • Mix the eggs and the flour with milk or water until you get the thickness of double cream – leave to stand.
  • Cut the slices of bread in half. Spread one side with the filling of your choice and fold up to make a sandwich.
  • Dip in the batter mix.
  • Cook in hot oil on both sides until golden brown and crispy.
  • Cover in sugar and eat. Watch out, as the filling will be hot.

Note: You can use a pre-made pancake mix if preferred – just make it a bit thicker than normal.

My name is Joe

Hi, my name is Joe
And I work in a button factory
I have a wife and a fam-i-ly.
One day my boss … he said Joe “Are you busy?”
I said NO.
Can you press this button with your RIGHT HAND.

(You start repeatedly pressing a button with your right hand and saying doot, doot, doot. Keep the movement with your body parts while you sing the next verse)

Hi, my name is Joe
And I work in a button factory
I have a wife and a fam-i-ly.
One day my boss … he said Joe “Are you busy?”
I said NO.
Can you press this button with your LEFT HAND.

(Continue previous movements, but start repeatedly pressing a button with your left hand and saying doot, doot, doot. Keep the movement with your body parts while you sing the next verse)

…… Continue until:
right leg,
left leg,
nod your head,
butt,
stick out your tongue,
turn around

LAST VERSE (note that you say YES):

Hi, my name is Joe
And I work in a button factory
I have a wife and a fam-i-ly.
One day my boss … he said Joe “Are you busy?”