3rd Barnehurst - Troop Online
Hello Scouts — as you know, due to the current difficult circumstances with the Coronavirus we are not able to run our Troop Meetings, Activities and Events for the foreseeable future.
So in the meantime, we will be adding some activities here, that you might like to do at home. There will be some Scout Badges that you can complete, plus some fun activities for you to try.
We will try to add new activities every week. Keep checking back to see what's new; and we'll update you via Email and Twitter when we post a new activity.
Keep Scouting and keep safe – and we hope to see you all very soon!
Paul, John, Matt, Megan and Christopher.
Scout Activity Badges
Do you actively follow or have a keen interest in a sport?
Answer the questions on the form (link below) and the badge can be yours...
1. Take up a hobby or interest that you do not already have an activity badge for.
2. Keep a record of your hobby for at least four months.
1. Paint, draw or illustrate each of these: A scene from a story, A person or object, A landscape.
2. Show a selection of your own recent art work.
To achieve this badge you need to make or decorate one or more articles using, whenever possible, original design ideas.
Duration: 6 hours
Click here for a list of all Scout Activity Badges
From building your own sateillite dish to debating whether life exists elsewhere in the universe, your journey into space exploration starts now.
Take an image, freeze a moment, and discover the art of photography.
Develop the craft of storytelling through writing. Reach into your imagination and you could be the next Philip Pullman or Cressida Cowell.
Show your creativity and attention to detail as you become an expert Model Maker.
Things to Try and Do!
Please check with a parent/guardian before using any equipment required
The Scout Association have pulled together over 100 activities from their programme planner that are perfect for parents and carers to do with their children.
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Move pepper away from you without touching it
Build a tank with a cotton reel and rubber band
DJ and artist Pete Fowler has been putting together a growing collection of colouring in sheets. Downloadable in both print and digital form.
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Nat Geo’s dedicated kids section of its website has info, quizzes and downloadable art and craft resources that will keep you occupied for hours on end.
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Both fun and informative, explore the International Space Station with NASA, learn to code with a robot, visit famous landmarks, learn what it’s like to be a marine biologist, and much more. Free to download, available to June 30.
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... More coming soon