Scouting From Home
Scavenger Hunts for the Home and Garden
We have eight scavenger hunts on different themes that can be found here. Use them as a fun activity for an online meeting or gather photos via your social media to help your young people share and stay in touch.
Getting started on Zoom Guidance
Coronavirus – A book for Children
South Berkshire Explorer Escape Room
Air Activities Badge – without leaving home!
Resources for Beavers and Cubs
Bagheera’s Bitesize Badge Challenges
Fantastic fun from 1st Framwellmoor Scouts – Little badge requirements to do at home. Share by email, social media or zoom to entice busy families.
High Peak Scouting Caring Cards
Make a special Caring Card for our NHS staff who are currently off work and really brighten their day!
We’ve been asked by one of our Scouting friends if we could send some get well wishes to their NHS colleagues. Please use the attachments to produce your design and we will deliver a quality card on your behalf.
Travelling all the way from South London Scouts, Taskmaster online. Share completed tasks on your social media, ask parents to email photos, award patrol points!
An Variety Pack of Online Resources!
Loads of boredom busting websites! Thinking outside the box, how many link to our badge programme? Flexibility and imagination are key right now! Go to a virtual concert…visit a zoo…play games…learn tricks…
Get streets ahead with your navigation!
Check out these easy to challenging puzzles from Ordnance Survey for great practice towards the Navigator Activity Badge. Share them on your screen as game in your virtual meeting or email out to your group.
Join us on Facebook!
Follow our Facebook page for the best Scouting at-home fun, events and activities from around the UK.
Do sign up for Northumberland Scouts world record attempt Camp-at-Home on 30th April (giving plenty of time to practice!). Details and registration on Facebook.
Taking Scouts Online
Although we’ve had to stop our face-to-face meetings during the Coronavirus pandemic, you can still stay connected with your groups online – trying new activities, learning new skills and working towards badges and awards.
For more information see the Scouts Staying Safe Online guidance