Kim's game is always easy to do at the last minute - a tray of 20 items that you can easily find in the hut, the Brownies look at them for 3 minutes - cover them up and then write down how many they remember.
On the same theme 'communication' - you could do a variation of 'Chinese Whispers'.
You could do description games - depends how sensitive your children are - but ask them to all shut their eyes (or one leaves the room) and take turns to describe someone without mentioning their name - who can guess who it is?
If all else fails do a 'programme planning evening' - ask them to come up with some ideas for the perfect term's programme.
Sob - I so miss being a Cub Leader - but I did do it for nearly 30 years .
Of you've got some craft stuff maybe design and make a door hanger (" thorny bird's room keep out")? Memory games - tray of things to look at then list what was on it. Or take one thing of and they say what's missing.
Brill thank you all. I've raised my cupboard at home so we can make and ice buns. Tray game is awesome - have got DC1 on the case putting stuff on a tray while I eat my tea Also a blanket to cover a Brownie in for them to guess who is missing.
Did planning last week which is why I'd relaxed thinking I was sorted until Easter
Been doing other things so only just popped back on here - buns were a hit (even if I got the quantities wrong ), tray was really interesting and will do it again - we've tried ad hoc ones in the past but gathering 20 bits from home was much better. Blanket game worked well and we did remembering names in a circle too as we have a couple of new girls.