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Hedgehogs - Early years pilot
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Challenge in the post
Write to a pen pal in the local lingo and send them a challenge to find out more about Scouts in different cultures.
Changing your coat
Understand your local coat of arms, then make your own shield. Find out where you might find local examples of heraldry.
Channel your inner journalist
Channel your inner journalist as you reshape the news and narratives around homelessness and explain the solutions.
Chuck ‘n’ glide
Construct a glider, then chuck it to the sky and watch your creation glide. How far will it travel?
The Royal Air Force (RAF)
Prepare for international fame by taking part in this question and answer session and discussing your favourite things in your collection.
Use coding skills and compass directions to help a ScoutBot get to camp.
Compass coding (tech-free version)
Become a ScoutBot, and follow codes and compass directions to get back to camp.
Magnetise before your eyes to create real working compasses from scratch!
Cookies with character
Decorate your own happy cookie characters.
Collect stars as you zoom through this athletic astronomical adventure.
Craft a camp blanket
Make a camp blanket to reflect your Scouts journey so far – and plan adventures yet to come.
Create a campsite
Use Scratch, a digital coding program, to create your own digital art.
Crowdie or cranachan?
Test these tasty treats from Scotland and work out what they are without peeking.
Shape some new wonders of the natural world in your meeting place, by creating some sparkling crystals and geodes.
Use these tips to make a safety poster you can be proud of.
Become wheel weaving wizards as we ride in and out and work on some key bike-handling manoeuvres.
Dear future me
What does the future hold? Use your imagination to hope for the best and send a postcard to your future self.
Design your own football shirt
Showcase your creativity in this football design challenge for your favourite team, real or imaginary.
Manchester United Foundation
Practice your building skills by creating a Morse code oscillator and sending a message to your friends.
Digital leaf identifier
Use a simple computer programme to create something that’ll help identify different leaves.
Discuss the different ways people might be disabled, and figure out how we can adapt the world so it’s accessible.
Learn about djembe drums from West Africa, make a djembe drum, and perform some freshly-learnt songs for an audience.
Remain cool and calm as you practise making a call to the emergency services.
Discover how much electricity you really use every day. How could you reduce the amount?
UK Power Networks