Ideas for Swaps to represent France

At our Thinking Day Festival, the troop that did France gave out swaps that looked like little Eiffel Towers (or like capital A's, depending on your viewpoint) that had been cut out of foam sheets (you know the colored thin craft foam sheets). They had a safety pin stuck through one end. Or you could make little French flags with tiny fabric rectangles and markers. Or tiny French berets from fabric. Or little French bread loaves and bottle of wine from Fimo or other clay you can bake.

Contributed by:
Debbie Radstrom
Troop Leader, Suncoast Council, Florida

My daughter made Baguettes out of flour, salt, & water dough, and glued pins to the back.
Contributed by:
Vicki Whittiker

Do you have any other ideas for activities? Contact The GuideZone Team with your comments or suggestions!

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