NO MEETINGS UNTIL FURNER NOTICE
Normally meet on a Wednesday from 6:15 to 7:30.
This week we challenge you to get active. You will need a timer and a large space, you may need to move things in your living room or go outside in your garden.
How many star jumps can you do in a minute?
How many push ups can you do in a minute?
How many toe touches can you do in a minute?
How many bunny jumps can you do in a minute?
Find a step and do step ups. How many steps can you do in a minute?
You could always challenge your siblings or parents, who can do more? why not try to do this every day and see if you can improve.
Have fun and stay safe,
If Beavers would like to work on a badge at home, please try the Beaver Builder Activity badge this week.
Design a model of something you would like to build. The design can be on paper or a computer.
Make a list of all the things you are going to need to build your idea. (This can a written list or in pictures, but should be completed by the Beaver Scout, not an adult, although they can have help with spelling)
Build your idea using the things you need. Your model could be made using lego, meccano, etc. or recycled items such as toilet roll tubes or cardboard boxes. It should be their own design, not following instructions supplied with the kit.
Write (or dictate to an adult/older sibling) a short report about the model design and build, including how long it took to finish, if anything went wrong and what you would change if you built it again. This would normally be a discussion with a leader, not a written report, so it can be written by an adult or older sibling, but should be in the Beavers Scout’s own words.
Please email Gillian photos of the Beaver’s design, finished model and short report, then we can present the badges when we re-start our meetings.
We will suggest an Activity badge or something they can do towards the Challenge badge each week, obviously it is not compulsory. Please don’t work on other badges at home. We normally cover lots of badges as part of our weekly programme and this will be difficult if the children have all completed different badges.