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SCOUTS TRAIL CARDS

For more information on the Trail Cards, check out the Trail Card Infographic.

Trail Cards are a great way to explore new ideas and activities for each Section on The Canadian Path. Below you will find Section specific Trail Cards that will help you explore the Four Elements of the Path while completing an activity. During planning meetings, use the Trail Cards to help map out how you can achieve each of the six Program Areas throughout the year. If you’re in Beaver Scouts, Cub Scouts or Scouts, the Trail cards are even marked with icons that match up with your map.

SCOUTS TRAIL CARDS

For more information on the Trail Cards, check out the Trail Card Infographic.

Trail Cards are a great way to explore new ideas and activities for each Section on The Canadian Path. Below you will find Section specific Trail Cards that will help you explore the Four Elements of the Path while completing an activity. During planning meetings, use the Trail Cards to help map out how you can achieve each of the six Program Areas throughout the year. If you’re in Beaver Scouts, Cub Scouts or Scouts, the Trail cards are even marked with icons that match up with your map.

↓ Environment & Outdoors
↓ Leadership
↓ Active & Healthy Living
↓ Citizenship
↓ Creative Expression

STEM TRAIL CARDS

Scale Model
Chemistry of Cake
Dissect an Appliance
Spaghetti Bridge
Speedy Scout Trucks
 
↓ Beliefs & Values

Scouts, Venturer Scouts and Rover Scouts will notice that there are two copies of the Trail Card per sheet. They are intended to be cut and folded — download the instructions below:

Sections

  • Beaver Scouts
  • Cub Scouts
  • Scouts
  • Venturer Scouts
  • Rover Scouts

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