Learn the history and live the mystery of a Native American on a quest! Scouts will learn fun games, skills, and interesting facts relevant to Native American history. Scouts and Adults get to enjoy camping in the woods of Parker Scout Reservation while participating in structured activities throughout the day, lead by a Theme Leader. Some of the key program features are listed below:
- Fire Building
- Native American Crafts
- Clay Building
- Nature Hike
- Native American T.P.
- Tomahawk Throwing
Scouts in Action (Native American Village)
Program Schedule (2011)
Belt Loop- Wildlife Conservation (Cub Scouts & Webelos*)
- Explain what natural resources are and why it's important to protect and conserve them.
- Make a poster that shows and explains the food chain. Describe to your den what happens if the food chain becomes broken or damaged.
- Learn about an endangered species. Make a report to your den that includes a picture, how the species came to be endangered, and what is being done to save it.
Activity Pin - Artist (Webelos Only)
- Talk to an artist in your area or to your art teacher about the different occupations in the art field. Make a list of them.
- Create a scrapbook (portfolio) of your Artist activity badge projects and show it to your den leader.
- List the primary and secondary colors. Explain what happens when you combine colors.
- Use clay to sculpt a simple object.
- Make a mobile, using your choice of materials.
- Make an art construction, using your choice of materials.
- Create a collage that expresses something about you.
* Webelos may earn the loop depending on time, Theme Leader will decide if Webelos will earn belt loop.
What You Need Before Camp
Each pack should have at least one copy, printed and brought to camp. It is the Pack Leader's responsibility to read and inform the rest of the pack of important details included in the leader guides.