Sports & Physical Recreation (SL3)

You will need

  • Computer
  • Fitness Equipment (If needed)


Please ensure that you are following safe distancing guidelines.


1. Participate in a Scouting Game requiring teamwork during a troop meeting. Scouts can participate in activities such as:
– Kim’s Game (Modified to be able to be played over Zoom/Google Meet)
– Treasure Hunt (Homebased items or Online information)
– Charades (Scouting edition)
– Explorer Badge level 1’s activity planned

2. Participate in a workout session led by your patrol and record down your progress in following through with the plan that you’ve planned.
Details include but not limited to:
– Before and after results (i.e day 1 – 5 pushups, day 21 – 30 push-ups)
– Body composition results (BMI, fat percentage
– Workout journal (Progress from day 1 to day 21)


  • 1i. Share your thoughts of the Scouting game you participated in.
  • 1ii. What are the lessons that you can learn from this scouting game?
  • 1iii. Why are these lessons important or valuable to you?
  • 1iv. How can you apply these lessons in your scouting journey or your life journey?
  • 2i. What are some of the difficulties you faced while starting your plan to reach your goal?
  • 2ii. Why is it important to improve your physical wellness?


To run this at the troop level with all patrols being monitored by the SPL/TL as per patrol level instructions.



  • Social Development
    Scouts will be able to communicate and interact with their patrol and to take decisions and act upon them together with the team.
  • Physical Development
    Scouts will be able to participate in activities that will contribute to the development of their body.
  • Intellectual Development
    Scouts will be able to pick up knowledge of both soft and hard skills that can be picked up through the games and workout session.
  • Character Development
    Scouts will be able to put in action of accepting and evaluating the criticisms made about their behavior in the games and the workout sessions.

Activity Counts Towards

1. Participate in a Scouting Game requiring teamwork during a troop meeting.

2. Set a goal for Physical Fitness for a period of THREE weeks and participate in it regularly (no less than FIVE hours) to show improvement over this period.