Beaver County Challenge Badge 2024

1st January 2024

01/01/2024 00:00 01/02/2024 00:00 Europe/London Beaver County Challenge Badge 2024 Complete 10 of the challenges Send the King or Queen a birthday card Take part in a District or County activity / event Celebrate the Summer Olympics and or the Summer ParalympicsMeet and learn about someone who serves your community i e a police officer, your Mayor, a vet, a coastguard, a lifeboat crew member Complete at least one Skills 4 Life unit - https://www kentscouts org uk/skills4life Share photos (providing consent has been given) or a brief write up on Kent Beaver Facebook/ Twitter page of the fantastic things the Colony has been up to Facebook, Instagram and TwitterSing a song with a difference – i e just with actions or what about sign languageBuild a fire - it doesn’t have to be a real one Support nature by making a feeder or a home e g bird feeder, bug hotel,hedgehog house – can you get any pictures of the birds enjoying their feast? RSBP - Make a recycled bird feeder Take part in an environmental project in your communityVisit a local care home and chat to the residents about what jobs they used to do, show them your opening and closing ceremonies and tell them all about the badges you can earn at BeaversTake part in a sleepoverAs a colony make musical instruments or organise a musical workshop – video your musical adventureHave a joint activity with your Cub pack Go on a nature walk with a twist – using your tracking skills leave a trail for others to follow Invite a member of the Kent Beaver Scout Support team to your colony – contact us Download the Beaver Challenge (PDF) Badge Order Form

Complete 10 of the challenges.

  1. Send the King or Queen a birthday card
  2. Take part in a District or County activity / event
  3. Celebrate the Summer Olympics and or the Summer Paralympics
  4. Meet and learn about someone who serves your community i.e. a police officer, your Mayor, a vet, a coastguard, a lifeboat crew member
  5. Complete at least one Skills 4 Life unit - https://www.kentscouts.org.uk/skills4life
  6. Share photos (providing consent has been given) or a brief write up on Kent Beaver Facebook/ Twitter page of the fantastic things the Colony has been up to FacebookInstagram and Twitter
  7. Sing a song with a difference – i.e. just with actions or what about sign language
  8. Build a fire - it doesn’t have to be a real one
  9. Support nature by making a feeder or a home e.g. bird feeder, bug hotel,
    hedgehog house – can you get any pictures of the birds enjoying their feast? RSBP - Make a recycled bird feeder
  10. Take part in an environmental project in your community
  11. Visit a local care home and chat to the residents about what jobs they used to do, show them your opening and closing ceremonies and tell them all about the badges you can earn at Beavers
  12. Take part in a sleepover
  13. As a colony make musical instruments or organise a musical workshop – video your musical adventure
  14. Have a joint activity with your Cub pack
  15. Go on a nature walk with a twist – using your tracking skills leave a trail for others to follow
  16. Invite a member of the Kent Beaver Scout Support team to your colony – contact us.


Download the Beaver Challenge (PDF)

Badge Order Form


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6-8 years

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8-10½ years

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10½-14 years

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14-18 years

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