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Diversity involves valuing and having regard for everyone and using those differences to create cohesive and diverse local, national and global communities. Put the “I” in diversity in this challenge!

Creative Pursuits (DL1)

1. Complete ONE of the following activities Scouts can do the following but not limited to: – Perform over online means like Zoom/Google Meeting (Solo performance: Magic tricks, music, dance, skit, concert, play) – Create an individual art piece over any platform that they are comfortable with (i.e Paper, Adobe Illustrator, Paint) – Write an […]

Inspirations, Attitudes & Beliefs (VL3)

1. As a patrol, watch/read a speech, movie, book or play together that is approved by your Scout Leader. – Identify the theme of the literature chosen – Discuss and debate on the learning points of the literature. – Based on the learning points that are brought up, what lesson can be taken away? – […]

Inspirations, Attitudes & Beliefs (EL3)

1. Collect inspirational and meaningful quotes on Scouting, Leadership, and Nature. As a patrol discuss/debate/design a quote to be used as the patrol motto. Scouts should have this in mind before deciding on the quotes used: – What are the values that the quote is trying to teach? – Does it align with any of […]

Inspirations, Attitudes & Beliefs (DL3)

1. As a patrol, do a mind/concept map with the Scout Promise & Law as the central point. – Branch out mind/concept map and find out what are the values associated with the Scout Promise & Law. – Identify activities in your daily lives that showcases some of the values that you’ve found out. – […]

Inspirations, Attitudes & Beliefs (SL3)

1. Plan a sharing session for the patrol to share about their religions. Before sharing – Discuss about some common misconceptions (e.g. Practices, Customs, Mores) about any religion that you or your patrol members have come across – Note down the misconceptions that are raised. What the scout can share about include but not limited […]

Sports & Physical Recreation (VL3)

1. Conduct a sharing with your Patrol on how you have kept fit through your chosen activity and demonstrate an understanding of the activity by sharing on the kinds of equipment needed, rules and mechanics, or conduct a session of the activity in your Patrol or your Troop (if possible). Scouts can conduct the following: […]