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Love is Love

What does love mean? What does love look like around the world? Explore the idea of marriage equality and think

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Self Portraits

Create a self-portrait and express your inner self!

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Storybook Stereotypes

Read some storybooks and talk about whether or not the characters fit into the stereotypes that society has created. (Think

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Don’t Judge a Book by its Cover

Stereotypes are ideas about how people will act based on a group that they belong to, most often if they

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Anyone Can Be a Leader!

Can you think of a good leader? What qualities and characteristics does a leader have? Explore and talk about what

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Gender in Sport

Look at the Olympics and the different sports that are played by men and women around the world. Create a

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Whose Job Is It?

Match jobs to their definitions and talk about those roles and what kinds of people fill them.

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Lightbulb Moments

Have you ever had a lightbulb moment in your life where you realized someone treated you in a certain way

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Job Creator

Time to put your thinking caps on and get creative! Create some new job titles and act out the roles

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What Does the Media Say?

How many advertisements have you seen? They can be silly, funny, and very creative! Create your own fun advertisement (poster,

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Mutation Creation

Discover what a mutation is, how it can happen, and how it can affect a cell, a bacterium, a virus

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Paper Prototyping

Create a paper prototype! Learn about prototyping and the product development cycle as you create a paper prototype of a

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Speed Stacker

Working in pairs, create an algorithm (step-by-step instructions) to achieve a simple task – in this case, stacking cups.

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Pixel Programming

Make art using pixels (post-it notes). Work in teams and see if you can make your program perfect!

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Do the Robot

Robots work by following a series of step-by-step instructions called “algorithms.” Try giving instructions to a human robot and see

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Don't Catch the Cold!

Did you know that computers can get viruses, just like people? Learn about how viruses can move around quickly –

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A Feeling of Belonging

What does it feel like to belong to a group? What does it feel like when you are part of

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Quinzhee Camping

A quinzhee is a basic snow shelter made by hollowing out a mound of snow. Building a quinzhee can be

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Skate Away

One way to make the most of winter is to share an awesome night of skating with your Section. Visit

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Make a Neck Warmer

Learn how to make a simple piece of winter gear and practice some basic sewing!

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Keep Warm on Everest

What kinds of clothes you should take with you on a trip to summit Mount Everest? Compare different materials and

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Gear Heads!

Practice creating a packing list for your upcoming adventures with this game!

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Snow Art

How can you keep water from freezing while you’re outside? Learn about keeping water liquid as you use it to

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Snowshoe Trek

It’s time to strap on your snowshoes and go for a winter hike! How do snowshoes help make winter hiking

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Don't Break the Ice!

Have you ever been out on a frozen body of water, like a lake or pond? Learn more about how

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The Winter Olympic Games!

What’s your favourite winter sport? The Winter Olympics is filled with so many different sports that you may have never

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Snow Sculptors

We’ve all tried or mastered making a snow person… but what about a fun snow sculpture? A snow turtle? Penguin?

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Newspaper Towers

A single sheet of newspaper isn’t very strong on its own. Add another sheet or two and it becomes sturdier.

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Make Oobleck

Do you know what happens when you mix cornstarch and water? When mixed together, they create a material that we

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Stress Ball

Everyone needs to a healthy way to relieve stress! A stress ball is a discrete way to do this. Try

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Pet Rock

Everyone needs a pet to look after... a pet rock is the ideal friend! They don’t need to be fed,

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Adopt a Care Home

In your community, there might be people who live in retirement homes or long-term care centres. Everyone needs some extra

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Everyone Needs a Slice

There are many people involved in the global food supply chain, but not everyone benefits equally! Role play the different

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How Far Has Your Food Come?

Do you know where your food comes from? Do research to find out how far your food has travelled and

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Planting from Veggie Scraps!

Did you know that veggie scraps can be used to regrow plants? Try it out for yourself!

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Musical Bears

As climate change causes the Earth to get hotter, we lose sea ice. Unfortunately, polar bears rely on sea ice

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Climate Charades

What causes climate change? How can we stop climate change? Act out the causes and solutions for climate change in

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Photosynthesis Tag

Plants consume carbon dioxide and produce the oxygen we breathe. Play this game of photosynthesis tag to learn how plants

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Learn to Compost

Did you know that when organic waste decomposes in a landfill it produces a greenhouse gas called methane? Start a

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Start a Seed Library!

Collect seeds and share with your friends, family, and people in your community. Give others the chance to start a

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“Bee” Kind to the Environment!

Plastics can release greenhouse gasses when they degrade. Reduce your plastic consumption by making beeswax food wraps that you can

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Cooking with Leftovers!

What happens when you have left over food? Does it get thrown out, or do you save it for later?

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Climate Scientists

What’s the difference between climate and weather? Climate is the average weather over a long period of time! Learn about

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Vertical Gardens

Vegetable gardens can provide delicious, fresh vegetables which are an important part of a healthy diet, but not everybody has

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Outside Educator

Have you ever wanted to learn more about something, but never had the opportunity? Here is your chance! Learn a

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Reading Buddies

Make some new friends while using your imagination in a reading-buddies program with other Scouts.

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Supply Drive

Have you ever reached for a pencil and realized you didn’t have one? What about an eraser or a pair

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Book Drive

Organize and hold a book drive to donate to a local school in need while learning about education inequality and

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Food Waste

Do you know where your food goes? Explore the effects of food waste in this activity and discuss different ways

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Flavours of the Rainbow

Create a nutritious rainbow while learning about the benefits of a well-balanced diet.

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Farmers Market

Explore where food comes from and how you can support local farmers by visiting a Farmers Market!

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Helping Your Local Environment

We each have a role in making our local communities the best possible place. Here is your chance to give,

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Four Seasons

Spring, Summer, Fall, and Winter! Learn about the science behind the four seasons, and what makes them so unique!

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Soil Layers

It's a journey to the centre of the Earth, well actually a metre into the Earth. Learn about the characteristics

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Scout Election

VOTE! Democracy is something that allows everyone to have their say. When a group comes together to decide something, this

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Serious Structure

What makes up the world around us? Exploring the things we can and cannot see will make our world make

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What is Fair?

What does it mean when something is fair? What is the difference between equal and equitable? Let's explore this together!

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Who You Are

It is time for us to think about who we are as individuals. What do other people see, and what

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Where Do We Stand

Each corner of the room will be labeled with ‘yes,’ ‘no,’ ‘maybe,’ and ‘I’m not sure.’ Ask thought-provoking questions and

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Welcome Pack

What’s it like to be in a new place, like a new school or a new Scouting Group? Can it

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Right to Vote

How important is it to feel like your voice is being listened to? Learn how it feels to be left

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Language Treasure Hunt

There are many children that will move to a new country and have no sense of language spoken in this

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Journey to School

Sadly, not everyone has access to school and education. This activity will demonstrate the challenges some people face just to

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Identity Flower

In this adventure, you will learn about the things that make up your identity. Some might be obvious to those

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Discrimination Tower

Everyone will be tasked with building a tower from newspaper and tape in 10 minutes. The aim is to build

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Design the Perfect School

Work in small groups to design the perfect school. What is awesome about school? What could use a fresh perspective?

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A Captain with a Permit

Did you know that anyone over the age of 11 can earn their Pleasure Craft Operator Card (PCOC)? There are

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Catapults

Building catapults can be fun! How far can it go!

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Citizen Scientist

Have you ever heard of a bioblitz? Find out how you can get involved and become a citizen scientist.

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Camouflage!

Animals have tricky ways to stay hidden in nature. This is called camouflage. Some animals use colour to blend in

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Build Bat Boxes

Bats are an important part of our ecosystem, but our actions can hurt them. Start a bat-box-building project to help

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Build Your Own Rollercoaster

Build the marble roller coaster of your dreams out of paper and tape! Make sure the marble can make it

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Build a Dam

Beavers build dams to flood out streams and create safe habitats for their families. Dams block streams or rivers to

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Break a Toy Apart

Have you ever wondered how your favourite toys work? Break apart an old toy (with permission) and look inside to

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Gear Repair

Have you ever had your gear break while on a trip? Maybe a raccoon chewed through your pack on its

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Germs

Experiment to find out how quickly germs can spread and how to protect yourself from diseases and infections.

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Get Active

Get introduced to some alternative sports to help you stay active!

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Get that Lingo!

Using a language learning platform, such as Duolingo or Google Translate, discover some common phrases of another language.

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Good Turn Log

Our Scout Promise reminds us to do a good turn every day. As a Troop, why not keep track of

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GPS

Can you hike overland without a trail and signposts to help guide you? Master the use of a GPS (Global

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Habitat Hike

Take a hike through a local outdoor space. As you walk through nature, take in your surroundings. What sorts of

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Have We Got a Deal for You!

What do you love about Scouting? What would you like others to know about Scouting? It’s time to advertise your

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Helping Habitats

Animals and insects play an important role in our ecosystems, but some things we do can harm them. Learn about

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Hey Magic Taxi, where are you going?

Using your imagination, you will be able to test out your skills at being either a taxicab driver or a

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Hike a Marathon

While the marathon is not part of the Canada Summer Games, it has been a key part of sports for

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How Big Is…?

Plants and animals come in all different shapes and sizes. Some are very large, and some are very small. Turn

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How Far Can We Go?

What is the farthest hike you have done? How far have you hiked with your Section? Go on a series

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Human Social Issue Library

Do you know what a social issue library is? Have everyone choose a social issue that interests them and share

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The Iceberg Experiment

Find out how icebergs interact with water, earth and sun, and how this might affect our oceans and climate.

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Idea Walk

At the beginning of each program cycle (season), your Section decides on the adventures it will share over the months

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I Leave No Trace

Can you camp like a ninja—with no sign at all that you were ever at the site?

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Invention Master

Create your own invention to help solve a world problem under the Little Inventors program.

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It’s Complicated (Machines)

In a small group, create a complex machine that will solve a simple problem.

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It’s My Feelings

Find out how to identify feelings, explore why we have them and understand how we express them.

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Jamboree on the Trail (JOTT)

Jamboree on the Trail is an annual day for the World Scout Movement to hike together. All Scouts, whatever their

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Kim's Game

How good is your memory? Test it out and see if you can remember everything that you’ve seen in Kim’s

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Learning Lashing

Learning to lash is an interesting and important survival skill that can come in handy when building improvised shelters or

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Leave No Trace Nature Collage

Use sticks, leaves, flowers and stones your find on the ground to make a collage! A bare patch of sand

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Let’s Get Virtual!

Find out how to run a fun virtual Scout meeting.

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Lost and Find Me

Are you ready to take your hide and go seek game to the next level? As a team, you will

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Make a Micronation

Have you ever heard of a micronation? A micronation is a group of citizens within a country who declare themselves

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Map and Compass

Can you hike overland without a trail and signposts to help guide you? As a team, master the use of

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Mapping Challenge

What makes a perfect habitat? Using maps, find out what features make a perfect habitat for different species that live

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Medics on the Scene!

In small teams, create a first aid scenario for the other members of your Section. You can use props and

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Memory Game

Learn more about the symbols of Canada’s provinces and territories by making a memory match game with them. How many

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Mock Parliament

Have you ever wondered what it’s like to work and be a part of big decisions in Parliament? Organize a

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Moonlight Shadow Tag

Have an Adventure in the moonlight! Use the light from the moon to play a game of shadow tag –

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Movie Night

There’s something special about sharing a movie with others. Organize a movie night as an opportunity to link with the

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Multicultural Feast

Get to know a little about other cultures by sharing an amazing feast with delicious dishes from far away parts

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Musical Prodigy

Feeling musical? Write a song about your Patrol or Expedition Team to let everyone know what you are all about.

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A New Reason to Party!

Did you know that different cultures have different holidays? With your Section, learn about how other people celebrate different special

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North, South, East, West

Do you know the directions on a compass? This game will help you learn North from South and East from

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Obstacle Course

As a Lair, construct an obstacle course for your Pack to race through. Use your imaginations! If it’s winter, you

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Oil Spill Experiment

Find out what happens when oil spills, and experience how this affects animals, such as birds, when their bodies are

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One Match Fire

How are you at building fires? If you’re feeling confident, why not try taking your fire-building skills to the next

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One Spark to Rule Them All

Discover a new skill to use for fire lighting! You can’t use matches or lighters this time. Instead, why not

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On the (Scavenger) Hunt

Run a virtual scavenger hunt for your Section using things around the home.

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On Your Bike

Mix things up for your next adventure and plan your own cycle-touring adventure.

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Orienteering

If given a set of coordinates, a map of the area and a compass, could you and a team make

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Personal Tarp Shelter

Do you have a plan to keep yourself warm and dry in case you get lost on a hike? While

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Phases of the Moon

Look up into the night sky and what do you see? As our closest neighbour in space, the Moon is

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Pitch Camp Race

How quickly can your team set up its campsite? Are you faster than the other teams in your Section? Settle

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Plastic Bag Kite

How does a kite work? Try building your own out of a plastic bag and then flying it with your

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The Playground Workout

Find out how you can stay active using just your local playground. You may know it as a playground, but

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Pollen their Weight

Pollinators play an important role in our ecosystem. Find out what they do and how you can help protect them!

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Pond Dip

Check the health of a stream near you by doing a pond dip.

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Practice Makes Perfect

Athletes, just like Scouts, put lots of time into skill development to improve their abilities to be ready for their

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Rain Garden

Discover the role a rain garden can play in an ecosystem and build your own!

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Raising the Flag

Pride for a flag is important. Flying our national flag, your provincial flag, or the flag for your Section lets

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Recipe Gone Wrong

With help from a Scouter or older youth, try making a tasty treat using this scrambled recipe. This is what

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Return to Play

Learn the six steps of “Return to Play” and find a creative way to share these with a younger Section,

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Robotic Hand

Build a robotic hand to explore how a human hand works. Make adaptations to improve the speed, strength and agility

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Roses and Thorns

Plan-Do-Review is how we make great Adventures happen in Scouting. Finding fun and creative ways to review can be a

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The Safety Community

Find out about safety awareness and prevention in your local community.

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Scale Model

Build a scale model of a campsite, a place or building in your community, or an historic landmark. You are

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Scouts’ Own

A Scouts’ Own is an informal spiritual celebration that gives us the chance to reflect. As a Patrol or Expedition

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Seed Bombing

Have you ever heard of seed bombing? It’s a way to help reintroduce the growth of wildflowers. Seed bombs can

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Shadow Pictures

Using sticks, leaves or other materials that you find outside, create sculptures that cast interesting shadows onto the ground. When

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Shere Khan Olympics

In The Jungle Book, Shere Khan the tiger was the most feared animal in the whole jungle. But do you

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S'mores

Have you ever cooked over a campfire? Maybe you once roasted a marshmallow on a stick. Use a toasted marshmallow

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Snack Art

Have you ever been told not to play with your food? Well, here’s your chance to play with your food

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Stargazing

Have you ever looked up from a city street and found you couldn’t see the stars? Why not reconnect with

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Start Making Stop Motion!

A stop-motion movie creates the illusion that inanimate objects can move on their own. In pairs, or with a team,

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Stay Afloat

Find out what materials and shapes float best and create your own boat.

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Survival

• Play the classic predator-prey game to learn about the food chain in nature. • The game will work best with 15-30

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Tales from the Wall of Weird

While cleaning a park or forest, you may discover some items that make you wonder: “How did that get here?”

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Tell the World

Does your Section have a website? Have you contributed to it? Sharing your Adventures online is a great way to

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That’s a Stretch

Find out how your body can move to keep you active, healthy and fit. Time to get moving!

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Ticks you off

Explore the characteristics of ticks and find out what to do if you find one on yourself. Discover how to

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Tiny Habitat Survey

Stake your claim to a piece of ground, and take a survey of all the things that live there. Use

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Tippy Tap

Build a hands-free wash station for your next camping trip using recycled materials and a tree.

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Totally Tubular

Have you ever thought about making your own toothpaste instead of buying it from the store? Well, now’s your chance

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Tree Scavenger Hunt

How well do you know the trees where you live?

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Ultimate

Ultimate is a game played with a flying disc (also known by the brand name, Frisbee®). Get moving with this

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Virtual Trek

Use technology to take a virtual international trip as a Section.

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Water Filter

Explore the process of water filtration. How do water filters work? Try this experiment and build a water filter out

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WWF: Where Was the Fire?

As an Expedition Team, organize a Leave No Trace linking campfire with a younger Section from your Group. You can

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Where Do Your Relatives Live?

Do you know where your relatives live? Some might live close by, while others may live very far away –

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Zero Waste Camping

Do you know how to Leave No Trace while camping? Find out how to apply the principles of Leave No

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What is… a virtual trivia game?

Run a virtual trivia game at a Section meeting.

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Close Crop

Have you ever noticed fruit-bearing trees in your community? Does the fruit go to good use, or is it left

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Community Gardening

Do you have a green thumb? As a small team or Section, volunteer at a community garden and try it

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Concussion Simulation

Using gloves, ear plugs and goggles, you will get some idea of what it feels like to have a concussion.

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Concussion First Aid

Learn what a concussion looks like and what you should do if you believe someone you are with has suffered

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Create a Healthy Living Plan

Think of the athletes that participate in the Canada Games or the Olympic Games. All athletes must eat and live

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Create a Truly Canadian Sport

When you think of Canada, what sort of sporting activities come to mind? Baseball? Canadian Football? Hockey? Lacrosse? Basketball? Curling?

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Create Your Own Triathlon

A triathlon includes three sports: swimming, cycling, and running. There is no rest in between. You go from swimming to

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Dashing Geocaching

s your Section into geocaching? Whether you are brand new to this skill or already getting to be an old

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Delicious and Nutritious

Take on the challenge of planning a healthy and nutritious menu for camp, and find out what foods you need

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Designer Space Station

Explore the decision-making process required to build a space station like the International Space Station as you participate in a

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Desktop Zen Garden

Create a simple calming desktop garden to boost your mental health —no plants required!

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Dragons’ Den: Plant Health Edition

Plants are crucial to our world, and their health can be just as fragile as a human’s! Research a topic

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Dream Destination

Find out what it’s like to be the traveler, the flight attendant and the pilot! Prepare for your next international

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Echolocation

Some animals use echolocation to find objects, instead of using their eyes. Bats and dolphins send out high-pitch noises, which

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Egg Drop

Create a case to help protect an egg, just like helmets help us to protect our brains. Your special case

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Erasing the Stigma

Find out how to start a conversation on youth mental health. Take action to erase stigma in your community!

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Fastest Vehicle Ever

It’s racing season! Get your Beaver Buggy or Kub Kar ready to race by finding out how to make your vehicle

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Find Your Tree

Can you tell trees apart without looking at them? Use your other senses to get to know a tree. Then,

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Fishing for Fun

Discover the very Canadian activity of fishing to learn more about the fish species living in waterways around you. Master

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Foil Fiesta

Fire, foil, food and fun! Try a new and easy way to cook on an open fire. Try your hand

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Forest Bathing

Whether studying at home or making a living in an office, many people spend a lot of time indoors. Unfortunately,

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From Seed to Sky

Have you ever planted Scoutrees? How big were the trees you planted? Were they little seedlings, small enough to fit

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Gallery Walk

After every adventure, it’s important to review your experience. This is a chance to discuss what went well and what

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Camp-out Training (COT)

Get used to spending a night in a tent by setting up your tent indoors! Have a sleepover at your

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Campsite Clearing

Nobody likes discover an overgrown campsite after a long day of hiking or paddling. Why not make a difference for

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Campfire Host

As Masters of Ceremonies, organize a fun and formal campfire for other Scouts to attend. If you like, invite other

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Campfire Stories

At a campfire, take turns sharing skits, reliving experiences around a given theme, such as “Best Day Ever” or “The

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Camp Journal

Keeping a daily journal while at camp is an important and rewarding part of trading one’s day-to-day routine for the

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Bush Tucker

Do you know what a “bush tucker” is? In Australia, the term “bush tucker” is used for the wild edible

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Build a Map

What are your favourite places in your neigbourhood? Imagine you’re a bird looking over your neigbourhood – do you see

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Bracelet

Show off your personal style by making your own vinyl or leather braided bracelet.

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Bow, Stern, Port, Starboard

Do you know the four directions on a boat? That’s right! Bow, stern, port and starboard! This fun game will

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Blaze a Trail

Hiking is always a great Scouting adventure. While it’s sometimes fun to explore off the beaten path, most of us

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Boat Maintenance

Do you know how to repair and maintain a boat? Whether it’s a small boat like a kayak or a

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Birds of a Feather

Find out more about the birds that live near you, and what they do when winter comes.

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Blast Off

Pick up some basic principles about rocketry and test out your own designs and ideas!

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Bag for Life

Discover unique plastic alternatives and how to make them with a few simple re-used materials.

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Bean Greenhouse

How do greenhouses help plants go grow? Build your own greenhouse and help a bean grow faster!

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Bear Bagging

Seeing a bear on a camping trip is a thrill, but this doesn’t mean that you want to encourage one

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Be a Plant Doctor

Did you know that plants can get sick, just like people? Find out how you can help plants stay healthy!

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Be Bird Safe

Birds may be great at flying, but not at recognizing windows. Keep our feathered friends safe by creating window decals

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Better Bubbles

Take your bubble game to the next level. Design and build the ultimate bubble wand.

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Adopt a Tree

If you’ve ever taken part in a Scoutrees event, you know how good it feels to plant a tree. But,

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Agree or Disagree

If you’ve ever taken part in a Scoutrees event, you know how good it feels to plant a tree. But,

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Alphabet Hike

Try something new and make your next hike an Alphabet Hike! Make a list of the different things you see

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Amazing Bridges

Find out how to build your own bridge using unconventional materials.

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Astronaut Training: Station 1 - Water-Cooled Underwear

Learn about how the cooling system in an Extravehicular Mobility Unit (EMU) works.

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Astronaut Training: Station 2 - Bottle Vacuum

What would happen to an astronaut in space if they did not have a space suit or space ship? What

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Astronaut Training: Station 3 - Space Gloves

Astronauts wear gloves while working outside in space (and sometimes while inside). Bulky gloves can make it hard to do

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Astronaut Training: Station 4 - Disorientation Maze

Have you ever been disoriented before? Astronauts may feel dizzy or confused in space as their body adjusts to the

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20 Questions - YLT

Have you ever played 20 questions? Think of an object. Then, by answering yes or no questions, try to get

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