Adventure & Outdoor (DL1)

You will need

  • Computer
Outdoor Exploration
133.45 KB | pptx
First Aid
1.68 MB | pptx


Please ensure that you are following safe distancing guidelines.


    1. Scouts are to research and learn how to pack a first aid kit for an outdoor activity.

Scouts are to use the interactive ppt. file provided to “”pack”” a first aid kit, provide their reasoning as well as answer their reflection questions.

*For Scouts without Powerpoint, follow these steps: 1) Download the PPT file > 2) Open Google Slides in any web browser > 3) Click File > Import Slides > Upload > 4) Drag the PPT file in and done!

    1. Research and learn about ONE of the Core Scouting Activities and discuss with your patrol the following questions:
      – How the chosen Core Scouting Activity benefits the development of Scouts
      – Complete the following tasks attached to the chosen Core Scouting Activity

Core Scouting Activities:


Create a design for a 3-in-1 camp gadget. The camp gadget must be one camp gadget that features 3 different functions. Eg: 3-in-1 shoe rack, clothesline and shoe scraper.

Outdoor Exploration

Using the interactive ppt. file provided, “”pack”” a rucksack and provide reasons why it is packed as such.

Outdoor Cooking

Draw out 3 different ways to arrange firewood for fire and understand the principles of fire lighting and pit digging for outdoor cooking.


Knotting & Pioneering

Draw to scale a pioneering structure that uses a minimum of 3 knots or lashings.


Scouts should make use of visual aids and present their findings/tasks in either a typewritten report or a presentation deck.”


  • 1i. Why is it important for you to know first aid?
  • 1ii. Are there any potential difficulties that may arise when you administer first aid?
  • 2i. What are some values that you can learn through your chosen Core Scouting Activity?
  • 2ii. Will your chosen Core Scouting Activity lose its relevance over time due to technological advancements?



  • Social Development
    Scouts will develop their sense of social responsibility by learning and understanding the importance of first-aid.
  • Physical Development
    Scouts would learn more about the requirements of a core scouting activity as well as the importance of identifying essential needs.
  • Intellectual Development
    Scouts will be able to expand their field of knowledge with respect to the various core scouting activities. Scouts will also learn how to problem solve and analyse various situations through the various core scouting activities.
  • Character Development
    Scouts will be able to develop their critical awareness of the activity and learn to make sound decisions.
  • Emotional Development
    Scouts will be able to build their confidence in understanding and executing core scouting activities.

Activity Counts Towards

1m. Research and learn on how to administer First Aid for commonly occurring physical injuries in an outdoor setting.

Scouts can learn the following:
• Packing a first aid kit
• Treating cuts, burns, open wounds, allergic reactions, animal stings
• How to treat persons experiencing shock
• 2 uses for a triangular bandage (head injury, arm fracture, joint sprains etc)

2m. Research and learn about THREE of the Core Scouting Activities and discuss with your patrol on the nature of the activities.