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CRE8 Week Seven: Global activities for Beavers and Cubs

Well done Beavers and Cubs we have reached week seven!! This week we are focusing on Global. 

The Scouts are proud to support the Global Goals that children, adults, and governments all over the world are aiming to achieve. Together, we can make the world a better place, and it all starts with you.

This week's main activity is the Sustainable Development Goals.

Watch the video:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Mjl4t0-AmKg 

  • Draw a single comic frame image showing themselves using their superpower. Add into a speech bubble ideas on how you can help achieve the Global Goals.

  • Draw a happy face and then write down or draw anything you think will make the world a better place for people to live in.

  • Pick a goal that is most important to you and design your own logo or poster promoting the goal.

  • Pick a goal and research what it means for people in your family. Try to think of 5 steps they can take to work towards this goal.

    "Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful, committed citizens can change the world; indeed it's the only thing that ever has." Margaret Mead

 

Learn about how to save energy or recycle.

Decide on three ways your Family/Colony could save energy or recycle to help save the environment.

Try different kinds of fairly traded products.

Talk about the benefits of fair trade in the world.

Learn about endangered animals and transform your Family into endangered animals by making masks or costumes.

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Why are they endangered and how could we save them? You might include polar bears, Siberian tigers, white rhinos, mountain gorillas, and loggerhead sea turtles.

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Talk about the problems some people have finding clean and safe drinking water.

Make a water filter. You could make it out of a soft drink bottle and use things like cotton wool, pebbles, and kitchen roll to filter your water.

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 Find out about an international charity; what do they do and why is it important?

Your chosen charity could support global issues such as water and sanitation, poverty, refugees, and disaster relief. 

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Monitor the waste you produce as a Family and make a plan to reduce, reuse and recycle your Family's waste.

Take part in an international awareness day or week.

You could take part in World Water Day (March), Refugee Week (June), World Environment Day (June), or World Toilet Day (October). You can find more information on the United Nations website.

Think about what you would need to survive if you became homeless because of a disaster, like flooding or an earthquake.

Decide what your five most important things would be and discuss with your Family.

Identify five belongings of yours that have come from other countries.

Point out the countries on a map. Talk to others about why your belongings have come from so far away.

Activities devised by Alistair Cubbin