The Great Hogwarts Escape

Created by St. Michaels Scouts (16th Wyre) They created this escape room experience during the Covid-19 lockdown in the UK as part of our virtual meetings. It proved a great hit with both the scouts and their families so they…

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Doing Your Best

This activity gets you thinking about how you fulfill the Scout Promise to do you best: – Each young person draws a picture of themselves in the middle of a piece of paper– They fold the paper in half and…

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VE Day Bunting

Record what you have been up to for VE Day, by creating some bunting! Print out the attached template or make your own A4 size if cant use the  template Decorate the template and let us know how they have celebrated…

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Queen’s Scout Award

Plan a series of activities for another Section, to explore the Scouting Values and what they mean to you and others. You could, for example, include an activity to help the Young People of that Section explore their own thoughts…

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Global Issues Badge

Produce a blog, vlog or podcast (with permission from an adult) that compares youth issues in the UK with the same issues in another country. Your project could look at issues such as voting age, access to education or youth…

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Artist Badge

Make a poster advertising Scouting. Your poster should be exciting and include everything you love about being a Cub Scout. Think about all the adventures you’ve been on and all the skills that you have gained whilst being in Scouting….

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Meteorologist Badge

Make a poster, video, model or presentation that will explain how each of these are measured: wind force and direction; cloud type and extent; temperature; pressure; rainfall; humidity. If you make a poster, you can draw it by hand, cut…

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Builder Activity Badge

Design a model of something you would like to build. Your model should be made from everyday objects you could recycle – washing up bottles, cardboard kitchen roll tubes, washed yoghurt pots – whatever you like. Make sure you add…

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Virtual Coffee Break

…you’re allowed tea too! Plan: Message your friends and schedule some times. Think about the size of your group gatherings and also about 1:1 accountability. Choose a chat provider such as Google Hangouts, FaceTime, Skype, or Zoom video conferencing. Do:…

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