SCOUTS

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BADGE PLACEMENT ON UNIFORMS:

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PRACTICE YOUR KNOT TYING:

We have been working knot tying as part of our Scoutcraft Outdoor Levels.  The Leadership Team has decided that the following knots are the ones we believe are essential to the activities we will be doing in the troop.  Each Scout is encouraged to be able to tie each of the follwoing knots independently and demonstrate this to a leader next week.  Beside each knot is a link to a Youtube Video that will help your Scout practice that knot.

Reef Knot:  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0Y_iorha2k4  (just do the single)

Clove Hitch:  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pwdZTHu5rTI

Round Turn Two Half Hitches: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FqxESYQWTdQ

CANADIAN PATH OVERVIEW RESOURCES:

CANADIAN PATH SCOUTS MAP

CANADIAN PATH OUTDOOR ADVENTURE SKILLS BADGES:

We work on these badges with the Scouts through their regular meetings based upon the program choices they make.  Scouts are welcome to work on any badge or skill independently and share their progress with the Leadership Team.

AQUATIC SKILLS LEVELS CAMPING SKILLS LEVELS EMERGENCY SKILLS LEVELS PADDLING SKILLS LEVELS
SCOUTCRAFT SKILLS LEVELS TRAIL SKILLS LEVELS WINTER SKILLS LEVELS

CANADIAN PATH PERSONAL ACHIEVEMENT BADGES FOR SCOUTS:

SCOUT PERSONAL ACHIEVEMENT BADGES

These badges are typically worked on individually by a Scout based upon their own interests and desires.  It is suggested that a Scout complete 5 adventures related to the badge they are working on and share their reflections with the leadership to show their personal growth.   We do cover some of the potential adventures outlined in some of the badge write ups, but this varies from year to year as the Scouts plan their adventures.  To help the Scouts plan out their badge work, we have created the chart below that the Scouts can complete to organize and plan out their work.

BADGE SUMMARY SHEET SCOUTS

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