Since I only made 3×3 bingo cards, we played the version of bingo where you have to fill your whole card.
As I called out the squares, I asked the scouts for examples of how each item relates to water or outdoor safety. For example, one of our scouts explained that “hug a tree” was a way to remember to stay put if you get lost in the woods so that it is easier for others to find you. “Reach, throw, don’t go” reminds us that if we see someone struggling in the water, we need to find something long to hold out to them to pull them back, throw them a life vest or other floatation device, or get a life guard or adult, and to never jump in yourself. “Lead”, “tail”, and “get a count” refer to safety measures while hiking in a group. The lead should stop at each fork to make sure everyone catches up before choosing a path. The tail makes sure no one falls behind. The lead and the tail need to make sure that the group is counted at the beginning and end of the hike so that everyone makes it off the trail safely.