Skits can be a great way to start an instruction program. They get everyone’s attention focused. I saw this How to Build a Fire skit at a camporee, but it would also work as an introduction to a session on fire building
Webelos/AOL Elective Adventure: Castaway
Castaway is one of the Webelos/Arrow of Light elective adventures. For the Castaway adventure, Webelos learn survival skills for situations where shelter, water, and electricity might not be available.
Printable helps for requirements:
Knowledge of fire safety and the fire triangle is an essential outdoor skill. Scouts should understand the science of fire when camping. Newer scouts often struggle to get a fire going. Understanding the way fire works and what is required to start and sustain a fire not only helps them build fires. It also helps scouts know how to contain fires and put them out.
I like to review some fire safety rules with my Webelos before the fire is built. That way they all know the expectations.
Looking for games or resources related to pirates, desert islands, or sea ships? Check out this Shipwrecked theme page for ideas. Many of these would work well with my Ocean theme or my Under the Sea theme for Cub Scouts.
Webelos is the Cub Scout program for girls and boys in 4th and 5th grades. 4th graders work on the Webelos badge. 5th graders work on the Arrow of Light emblem.
The easiest method of cooking at camp might be cooking on a stick. No muss. No fuss. No cleanup. 🙂 So here are a few recipes and ideas for cooking on a stick Do you have a cooking on a stick recipe you’d like to share or a photo? Contact me and I’ll add it here.