Nothing makes an assembly period, overnight campfire, or family night more fun than camp skits. They are a great way to include a dramatic piece to your camp program. They also provide an opportunity for both campers and counselors to have some great fun.

Most of the skits listed here require minimal preparation, and can be easily adapted to accommodate groups of all sizes.
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River Water - There is a chief who is handing out forks spoons and knives and plates...
Rock Paper Scissors Skit - Two campers stand in front of the group and start playing rock, paper,...
Rolling Stones - Two people roll rocks across the stage on their hands and knees and put...
Salt - Campers sit in a line. The camper at one end turns to the camper next...
Soldier In the Battlefield - This skit can be played by just one person, or you can use two. A person...
Spot Announcement - Walk On Skit - Camp Director: And now it's time to make a spot announcement. (Dog...
Spreading Elephant Repellent - During the campfire, while the "host" or "MC" is in front talking about...
Superhero Skit - Place four to seven counselors in a line facing the audience. Have each...
Tastes Like Grape - Set up the skit by putting a cup of water in a cardboard box off stage....
The Bravest Camper - ANNOUNCER: Ladies and gentlemen, today we have with us the bravest...
The Captain of the Ship - Only "Captain" and "First Mate" speak: First Mate (looking through...
The Caterpillar - You get a group of 4 or 5 people in a line, holding onto the shoulders...
The Chase - In between acts during a show, have two campers or two counselors...
The Infantry - You can do this skit as one act or bits and pieces as a running act...
The Make-up skit - This skit doesn't have to be done with makeup... any routine will do......
The Medicrin - There once was a medieval village named Trinsic. This village was...
The Reporter and the Cliff - Reporter walks on stage and stand behind the log. REPORTER - I haven't...
The Scab - Camper 1 should have a decent sized piece of a greenish/yellow fruit...
The Weather Stick - Have two volunteers hold up a blanket or sleeping bag and stand in front...
They're After Me! - Walk On Skit - Two campers on stage talking about last night's events. From off stage...
Three Against a Thousand - Three guys all bandaged up and smeared with dirt and blood come dragging...
Three Rivers - Camper comes along and explains he has been hiking for hours and asks...
Throwing Up - Walk On Skit - The camper comes in front of the group and starts throwing the ball into...
Toothache - A boy with a toothache complains to another boy. The other boy says he...
Toothbrush Skit - This skit is best done by brave counselors to an audience of shocked...
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Here are a few tips for successful performances:
  1. Rehearse, Rehearse, Rehearse
  2. Keep the show moving! Have the next performers ready and waiting.
  3. When possible, involve audience participants (favorite counselors or parents).
  4. Use an older camper or two in skits involving younger campers, especially when there are a lot lines.
  5. Many of the skits can be reworked so that they can be led by a narrator, who reads the lines while the actors perform

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