Can you keep a secret? Our Cub Scout Pack is working on their annual popcorn fundraiser and we are going to motivate them half way through the popcorn selling period with Ninja Theme Cub Scout popcorn prizes . I was giving the opportunity to work with Oriental Trading by choosing products for free and writing about it. I chose a Ninja theme for our local Cub Scout Pack. All opinions are my own.
Every year Cub Scouts/Boy Scouts sell popcorn to raise money for camping, outdoor adventures, badges, pine derby, and more. It’s their largest fundraiser of the year. What’s the most exciting part for me is that a percentage of all popcorn sales goes towards a scholarship for each boy once they meet a certain amount. Our son reached that amount last year and we plan to use his scholarship for college.
Besides the prizes that are given out from the Council, our Pack gives out prizes too. It’s a great motivator for the boys. This year is exciting because what boy doesn’t like Ninjas? I don’t know any. We’ve already picked out prizes to give to the boys who reach certain goals with their popcorn selling efforts. The prizes I picked out below are to get the boys motivated to go out and sell more popcorn. Every now and then kids as well as adults need a little motivating. Wouldn’t you agree?
Ninja Theme Cub Scout Popcorn Prizes
I chose a few things online from the Oriental Trading Ninja section that would go perfect with what we already have. When the pinata is busted opened each boy will get one of each item below, plus lots of candy!
- Ninja Warrior Pinata
- Ninja Bouncing Balls
- Sticky Ninja Wall Tumbers
- Stretchy Flying Ninjas
- Charms Carnival Candy
This is my son, Brody and his buddies selling popcorn at our local bank and a nearby 7-11.
Be sure to check out all the fun Ninja toys online at Oriental Trading Ninja …and while you’re there check out the many different party themes that are available for all kinds of special occasions. like birthdays and awards. I love this online store!!
How about some more cuteness to go along with this post? Here’s a blog post I wrote about Brody being in his first year of Cub Scouts as a Tiger.