Last Saturday we had another Cub Scout event at the Kansas Museum of History. We started off learning a little bit of what Native Americans did for fun. Cue the "Bone Stick" pictures. Yes, that's right. Bone Stick. The Boy Scouts who were teaching the boys claimed you could spend hours trying to get all four blocks onto the stick. They know this because they have. Next they moved on to loom beading. We learned that it's not as complicated as it might look. I mean if first and second graders can do it, how hard could it really be? Then there was a scavenger hunt in the actual museum. Lots of fun. Woo-hoo! Finally we moved on to working on requirements for an art belt loop and academic pin. So much fun for one Saturday night!