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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Tree Climber - This skit should be done in the woods... While camp director is...
Two Burglars - 2 police officers begin by saying that there has been a robbery and they...
Ugliest Man In the World - One camper is a circus vendor at an attraction. He is showing off the...
Ugliest Monster Captured - The scene begins with a counselor dragging a sleeping bag (with another...
Wanna-be - The “cast members” line up facing the audience. They lean forward and...
Washington's Farewell - It is announced that a member of the troop has memorized Washington's...
WEE!!! - 3 campers lay on the ground, side by side, pretending to be asleep....
What Kind of Tracks Are These? - First boy, standing center stage, looking at ground. Second camper...
What's up? - Camper walks onto stage looking up. Second camper walks on stage, looks...
What's Wrong? - 1st camper: Enters the stage, looks around and begins to cry. 2nd...
Who Sneezed? - General: Welcome to the world's finest recruiting barracks! (last...
Wide Mouthed Frog - One morning, the wide mouthed frog decided to take a walk to see the...
World's Best Spitter - A camper loudly proclaims himself as the Best Spitter in the World. He...
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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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