Meet on a Wednesday from 6:15 to 7:30.

Beaver Promise 

Where do those badges go?

08/1 Make a bird feeder & find out about our garden birds.
15/1 Lego (this is provided, Beavers don’t need to bring their own)
22/1 Australian evening
29/1 Make a musical instrument and learn a new song in a different language
5/2 Travel the world; try new foods and games
12/2 Cooking
19/2 Half term. No meeting.
26/2 Visit to the vet. Meet at the hall at usual times. We will walk to the vet, so please bring a coat.
4/3 Canadian evening
11/3 Board Games. Please bring a named game (no electronic games) that your child knows how to play.
18/3 Visit to Pets at Home: to be confirmed
25/3 Junk modelling. We will also be testing the Animal Friend badge.
1/4 Easter meeting

This term we are focusing on the World challenge and Animal Friends badge.
The requirements of the Animal Friend badge are;
1. Learn how to care for an animal. Find out what the animal needs. Learn about its food, habitat, space,
exercise and sleeping area.
2. Help to take care of that animal for four weeks. Keep a note of how you have looked after the animal for
four weeks. You can draw, take photographs or write short sentences.
3. Tell others in your Colony about the animal.
If you don’t have a pet at home, Beavers could help look after someone else’s pet – for example a childminder or
relative – or could choose to find out about, and care for, birds that visit your garden. If they choose this option, they
may like to take part in the Big Garden Birdwatch on 25-27th January (more details on