Resources

15th Cheltenham (Shurdington)

www.shurdington.org/Scouts/resources.htm

Never be out of ideas for your next meeting with this website!

 

DLTK's Crafts for Kids

www.dltk-kids.com/scouts

A variety of printables troop leaders can make with the troop or for the children -- for girl guides/scouts and boy scouts.

 

Flying Pigs

www.flyingpigs.org.uk

Email: feedback@flyingpigs.org.uk

The website is a repository of over 500 campfire songs, 150 handicraft activities and a dozen quizzes.

 

Leicestershire Scouts Equipment Department

9 Oak Spinney Park

Ratby Lane

Leicester Forest East

Leicester

LE3 3AW

Tel: 0116 232 4530

www.leicestershirescouts.org.uk/shop

Email: equip@leicestershirescouts.org.uk

Ran by Leicestershire Scouts the Equipment Department is the place to get all your Scouting needs, from uniforms for all sections, to camping equipment needed for expeditions or pack holiday. You won’t find cheaper prices anywhere in the UK – even online! All the profits from the Equipment Department are returned into Leicestershire Scouting. You can buy in store, by ‘phone or by email.

 

Scout Help

www.scouthelp.co.uk

ScoutHelp.co.uk is a database of information for helping Scouts.

 

Scouting Resources

www.scoutresources.org.uk

Email: webmaster@scoutingresources.org.uk

www.scoutresources.org.uk aims to provide useful information and resources for those in the Scouting movement.

Scouting Resources is an 'unofficial' site run by a dedicated leader in the UK Scouting movement. It aims to provide information, ideas and resources that are not easily obtainable elsewhere.

 

Scoutorama.com

Whether your activity's purpose is to teach, reinforce, demonstrate, or simply to entertain, you will find great activity ideas in Scoutorama.com's activity library.

Activities and Games can be an important teaching tool. Whether you are teaching kids, teenagers, or adults, people learn best when they have the opportunity to do, to participate, and to experience the principles being taught. Research indicates we learn best when more senses are involved in the learning process. When groups participate in an activity, they have the opportunity to reinforce learning through hearing, seeing, touching, and the brain is further stimulated through social interaction and strategy. Most importantly, activities and games are FUN, so the learners want to participate.

Even when the purpose of a game or activity is merely to entertain, participants gain significant benefits through social interaction, team building, stress relief, and problem solving.

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