Core Scouting Activity
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Patrol MembersSecondary OneSecondary TwoSecondary ThreeSecondary Four
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BadgeScout BadgeDiscovererExplorerVoyager
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Requirements
1. Participate in at least ONE of the Core Scouting
Activity with your patrol
1. Play an active role in at least three Core
Scouting Activities on a regular basis
1a. Lead your Patrol in an Outdoor Exploration/
Expedition or Camp.

1b. Plan either an Outdoor Cooking
OR Knotting & Pioneering activity for your Patrol.
1. Play an active role in the planning of an
Outdoor Exploration / Expedition or Camp at
Troop Level
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LevelParticipation / ExperiencingParticipation + Guiding Execution + Intro to planningPlanning
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Activity Description (Part 1)
1. Join your Patrol in a Core Scouting Activity
during a weekly training for a month

2. Reflect upon what you have learn and
where u can apply it to

1. Join your Patrol in at least 3 different Core
Scouting Activity for a period of 3 months.
In the period of 3 months you must complete
at least:

- Learning 2 new skill set (Benchmark of
fully knowing that skill set will be determined
by your Patrol Leader)

- Teaching 1 skill set to your juniors

2. Reflect upon what you have learn and
where u can apply it to

1. Execute a plan by Scouts completing
the Voyager Tier

2. At the end of the activity, collect response
about the activity from your patrol
(E.g What did they enjoy about the lesson?
What did they not understood and understood?)

3. Reflect about what you could have done better
(Eg. Method of how the lesson is done)

1. Plan for a Camp / Outdoor Exploration for
your troop

2. Use the reflection done during Explorer badge to
assist you

3. When planning, write down how the experience
you have gained from Explorer can help to avoid
the same mistake in your journal.

4. At the end of the activity, write down the positive
points and negative points.

5. Think about how the negative points can be
improved

6. Using this information that you’ve gotten,
assist Scouts in Explorer badge to plan an
Outdoor Cooking OR Knotting & Pioneering activity
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Activity Description (Part 2)
1. Plan an Outdoor Cooking OR Knotting &
Pioneering activity for your Patrol

2. Execute the plan

3. At the end of the activity, collect response about
the activity from your patrol
(E.g What did they enjoy about the lesson?
What did they not understood and understood?)

4. Think about how you can avoid these mistakes and
improve on the things done right in the future.
Write in down in your journal
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