2015-08-20 14.58.31

Scout Law Game

Learning the Scout Law will be more enjoyable with a Scout Law game.  This game helps Scouts learn all twelve points of the law in order. 

The idea is to have each point of the Scout Law written on a separate craft stick. Mix up the craft sticks and throw them on the table. Scouts then need to put them in order. It is a puzzle of sorts.

For a fun variation, make several sets and mix them together . Have teams race against each other to see who can get all twelve points of the Scout Law in the correct order first.

For a more challenging variation, throw in some words which are not part of the Scout Law – happy, grateful, punctual, organized, etc.

Scout Law Game


  • 12 craft sticks per set
  • sharpie


  1. Write one point of the Scout Law on each stick. (trustworthy, loyal, helpful, friendly, courteous, kind, obedient, cheerful, thrifty, brave, clean, reverent)
  2. Mix up the sticks and throw them on a table.
  3. Have the Scouts put the set together in the correct order.

6 Responses to Scout Law Game

  1. Cassidy B September 3, 2016 at 6:25 PM #

    I love this idea! I am the tiger leader and I have a couple of boys that are having a hard time learning this. I think we will try this at our next meeting. Thank you so much!

  2. KCB October 12, 2016 at 9:01 AM #

    Love this idea!! Going to try with my Lion cubs

  3. Jeremey D October 28, 2016 at 2:52 PM #

    Great idea! Going to use this as a gathering activity with our Tigers.

  4. Beth October 31, 2016 at 11:05 PM #

    Love them stem ideas

  5. Jessica September 6, 2017 at 3:10 PM #

    I do this activity in our den and for all new scouts earning their Bobcat.

    You can also add a different color of craft stick for the Scout Oath.

    This is a great little baggie of items to keep in their day packs when they are fidgety and need practice.

    This helped my Tiger den memorize the Oath and Law very early on during their Tiger year.

  6. SM Ron July 5, 2018 at 8:48 AM #

    Used this as a pre-opening at STEM Scouts and at Boy Scouts. The older boys pulled out a watch and timed each other to see who was the fastest. I also added 5 extra non-scout law popsicle sticks (silly, hungry, curious, patriotic, truthful) to make things slightly more challenging the second time around.

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