There is this Girl Scout troop that has the great misfortune (idiocy?) to have me as their leader. The girls are 6, can mostly not read (ok, one girl can read), have very limited motor skills (sewing, making a God's-eye out of yarn, and putting those foam magnet kits together without the turkey's scarf and gobbler being upside-down are not possible), poor ability to come up with original ideas (if I give an example, they ALL do it, if I ask "What does a policeman do?" they will ALL say "They get bad guys", but in 12 different ways that all mean "They get bad guys", and when they paint, it takes it 4 hours minimum to dry because they seem to want to insulate the item. Coming up with project ideas is tough, because it has to be easy but not TOO easy. So, for project ideas: 1. I need something for Christmas that is easy for them AND me. All items should ideally be able to be found from here to my car. 2. I have been collecting seed catalogs and some pages from magazines for a cut and paste, decoupage-type project, but I'm not coming up with the PERFECT idea. I don't think they'd get the idea of decoupage, honestly, or making a picture out of pictures. 3. Any tried-and-true games that are easy to catch on to? The ones I have found on the girl scout website have all failed miserably. Anyone want to be an assistant leader???