People who don’t learn from history often repeat it. And sometimes, history is worth repeating. Learn about the history of your family, neighborhod and Scout Pack and make a time capsule for future Scouts.
The wilderness is a fun place. Learn about insects, birds, fish and amphibians and see how natural ecosystems help keep forests vibrant and sustain animals. Go Wild with Pack 603
Music makes the world go round, so strike up the band, attend a concert or a musical and write about what you learned. Learn to play a song on an instrument and lead your Pack in a song at a campout.
Great directors make great movies. Direct your won movie, real or imaginary, about being a Scout. Make astoryboard to show how the movie goes and then record it, add animation if you want and share it with Pack 603.
Project Family is about learning of the generations of people who came before you and their stories of triumphs and setbacks. American history is full of stories of families from all across the world. Help your family have a reunion or family night!
Being a Sportsman shows you knowledge of a lot of sports. Show signals used in different sports and what they mean and explain good sportsmanship and particiapte on a couple of team sports.
Learn about experimentation and science as you learn how to build tests and try new things to figure out how things work. Learn about famous scientists from the past and today. It’s a great adventure.
Being a good swimmer is part of Scouting. Learn different swim strokes, try and pass the BSA swim test and learn about being safe in and on the water.
Let your creative monster out! Paint, draw, sketch, illustrate or design on computers. Let your inner creative spirit out as you explore the world of art.
Being part of a community and a good Scout means helping those in need. Some people may be elderly and need help around their homes, some people may have disabilities or physical challneges. Learn how you can help.