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Scouting at Home

Scouting at Home is an online collection of fun adventures for youth—and it’s growing every week! Each edition is full of fun games and activities youth of all ages can try at home on their own or with their families. There’s an exciting new theme every week!

Not a member of Scouts Canada? That’s not a problem! You’ll soon discover there’s no need to be familiar with Scouting to enjoy the activities. 

If you’re a Scouter, you’ll find great advice on how to stay connected with your Section and support continued programming.

Don’t forget to share your Scouting activities by posting a photo on social media! #ScoutsDoStuff

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Get inspired by community-focused efforts that Canadians can take on to help those in need, especially during the novel coronavirus. Everyone can participate, engage with friends and family to join, and encourage others to help these efforts grow.

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Scouters, discover how to facilitate great, safe online meetings with Scouts Canada's new Virtual Scouting resources. You'll find insightful best practices and fun ideas for age-appropriate Scouting activities.

Outdoor Adventure Skills and Personal Achievement

Explore the Outdoor Adventure Skills for youth of all ages, and the Personal Achievement Badge Guides for Beaver, Cub and Scout-aged youth.

Adventure Skills

Youth of All Ages

Outdoor Adventure Skills

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Ages 5–7

Guide to Beaver Scout Personal Achievement Badges

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Ages 7–10

Guide to Cub Scout Personal Achievement Badges

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Ages 11–14

Guide to Scout Personal Achievement Badges

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Scouting at Home Themes

Scouts Canada Return to Scouting

Return to Scouting

Issue 15

The wait is over! We’re excited to jump back into outdoor Scouting, are you? Get ready to return to Scouting in September.

Scouts Canada Let's Get Messy

Let's Get Messy

Issue 14

Have fun with messy science and artistic activities!

Scouts Canada Love Your Water

Love Your Water

Issue 13

Discover skills and activities in and around our lakes and rivers!

Scouts Canada It's All Sun and Games!

It's All Sun and Games!

Issue 12

Discover fun new outdoor games and activities you can try at home this summer!

Scouts Canada Build it Better

Build it Better

Issue 11

Discover fun new building skills and projects you can try at home!

Scouts Canada Get Ready for Camping!

Get Ready for Camping!

Issue 10

How can you get ready for your next camping adventure while at home?

Scouts Canada Learn or Teach a New Skill

Learn or Teach a New Skill

Issue 9

How can you develop or share a skill while staying close to home? 

Scouts Canada Look for Helpers

Look for Helpers

Issue 8

Can you find the helpers keeping us safe during the pandemic? Care for your family and your pets and be a helper in your home, just like doctors, nurses and other important workers are helping care for their communities. 

Scouts Canada Blast Off!

Blast Off!

Issue 7

How can you explore the stars while staying close to home? Build your own rocket to find out something about how real astronauts travel to space.

Scouts Canada A Trip Around the World

A Trip Around the World

Issue 6

How can you explore the whole planet while staying close to home? Go on a virtual trek to visit far-away cities without leaving your house, then prepare a meal from another culture! 

Scouts Canada A Better, More Sustainable World

A Better, More Sustainable World

Issue 5

How can you help the planet while staying close to home? Explore the underwater world online, then try some projects at home that can help keep waterways healthy (like planting a rain garden). 

Scouts Canada In My Neighbourhood

In My Neighbourhood

Issue 4

We’ve all been spending quite a bit of time indoors lately. Fortunately, the spring weather is here, and it’s a great time to get outdoors and connect with your community while staying close to home.

Scouts Canada Nature Detectives

Nature Detectives

Issue 3

How can you connect with nature while staying close to home? Exploring your back yard, going for a walk in your neighbourhood or taking part in some indoor nature-themed activities are all fun possibilities. 

Scouts Canada Staying Connected

Staying Connected

Issue 2

As we enter another week of social distancing, let’s remember that maintaining distance doesn’t mean losing touch with friends, family or even your community. Discover how you can stay connected.

Scouts Canada Let's Get Moving and Stay Healthy

Let's Get Moving and Stay Healthy

Issue 1

It can be hard to take good care of yourself when your schedule is changed and you’re stuck at home. Here are some fun activities to help you stay healthy during this time.


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We recognize that a change to online and at home activities does create a vulnerability for some children especially those in difficult or at-risk living conditions. In line with our safety culture and values, Scouts Canada continues to prioritize safety and offers support by providing access to various experts and resources. We encourage kids to reach out to Kids Help Phone (1-800-668-6868) for 24/7 counselling. You can also visit for best practices on internet safety or review Scouts Canada’s Safety Tips on cyber safety and social media.

As always, be sure to keep the Two-Scouter Rule in mind, whether engaging in online conversations through email, virtual conversations with other Scouts or on social media, and by phone.