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Beaver Scouts (Age 5-7): Activities

Choose how you would like to explore Beaver Scout activities and adventures!

Beaver Scout activities and adventures are organized into six difference Program Areas at The Pond. Once you have selected a Group and enrolled, you will brainstorm with your Beaver Lodge or Colony what kind of activities and adventures (a.k.a. Trail Cards) to explore in each different Program Area at The Pond.

Activities by Program Area

Trail Cards are activities that must all be completed to achieve one Program Area.

The Canadian Path is divided into six Program Areas

While planning their adventures, Beaver Scouts may include more than one Program Area, making the adventure more challenging and encouraging development in all of the SPICES. Trail Cards are a great way for Beavers to map their plan for achieving each of the six Program Areas throughout the year. With new activities to enjoy through fun team building games, Trail Cards help Beavers discover the world around them.

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What's on a Trail Card Infographic

Beaver Scouts are involved in playing, having fun and being active while they develop good mental and physical habits for happy and healthy living.

During adventures in this Program Area, Beaver Scouts explore personal values and beliefs as well as the diversity of cultures and faiths that make up our communities, our nation and our world.

During adventures in this Program Area, youth are involved in learning about being good citizens in their community, Canada and world.

During adventures in this Program Area, youth are involved in sharing and exploring their own creative expression and trying out the creative expression engaged by others.

Adventures in this Program Area involve exploring, hiking, camping, paddling and other ways of enjoying the outdoors, even as Beaver Scouts learn new skills to live in, and take care of, their environment and Leave No Trace.

During adventures in this Program Area, Beaver Scouts learn about and practise the skills of being good leaders in their Section, local community and Canada.