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Cub Scouts should complete four of the following:

Find out about the traditions, culture, food, religion and other interesting things of a country different from their own.
































Find out about the work of an international charity that helps around the world, for example, OXFAM, UNICEF. Present their findings to the rest of the Pack.
































Find out about an aspect of international Scouting. They could take part in a 'Join In Jamboree' activity, or arrange a visit from a Jamboree participant. Or, they could find out about Scouting in a country of their choice
































Find out about things that can be recycled or how energy can be saved. Over a period of weeks show how they have recycled or saved energy at home.
































Find out about a global issue such as poverty, conservation or water and sanitation and what they can do to help.
































Find out about a technology of their choice. This could be a personal computer, a car engine, an aircraft or anything similar. They should understand the basic functions of the technology and how it is used and a brief history. They should then present your findings to the rest of the Pack.

































We're here to help - Scoutese in Plain English:
Beavers, Cubs, & Scouts train and take part in various Challenges which lead to the awarding of Challenge Badges which are worn on the right breast;
Explorers train towards the DofE Bronze, silver, & Gold Awards;
There are also Activity Badges which are worn on the left sleeve;
The top Beaver award is the Chief Scout's Bronze Award;
The top Cub award is the Chief Scout's Silver Award;
The top Scout award is the Chief Scout's Gold Award;
The top Explorer award is the Queen's Scout Award.

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