Each scout will need a blindfold; several different objects cut out of white paper.
The left eye is the night eye, the right eye is the day eye. After telling the scouts this, send all of the patrols/dens out into the hall to blindfold their night (left) eye. Then turn out the lights and hang up all of the objects (though probably not in that order, seeing as you would not be seeing). Bring everyone back inside and give them one minute to identify the objects with the lights out and using only their right eye. Then have them switch eyes (by moving the blindfold over, as I hope you figured out) and give them a minute to identify as many objects as they can.
The patrol/den to identify the most objects wins.
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