Promise Challenge badge. Adding interest and support, for leaders to run a balanced programme. Promise Challenge . Cub Scouts should complete four of the following:
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Adding interest and support, for leaders to run a balanced programme.
Cub Scouts should complete four of the following:
See “How to help sheet.”
Note : This could move into the Home Help badge.
A lot of the time this could be when the cub has a sixer or seconder role.
They could use the “Biography” sheet to help them with finding out, as it does ask them questions to help them with their research.
A good website for kids biographies, even though it is very American, especially the printout section. (Example of Florence Nightingale resources are included from the site.)
Has a lot of really good resources in the World Faith’s badge, based on many of the religions of the world.
1. Find out about your place of worship including something about each of the following:
a. the people involved, their titles and what they do
b. the important or sacred objects
c. the festivals and customs
d. the stories and traditions. These could be from books, videos or other sources.
2. Choose a favourite religious song or hymn and sing it with other Cub Scouts. (You should explain to the Pack why you like it and what it means to you.) A good idea for a Cubs’ Own or campfire at camp.
3. Choose a favourite prayer or reading and share it with the Pack at an appropriate occasion. (You may write the prayer and should explain to the Pack why you like it and what it means to you.)