Program Mapping
Scouts (UK)

This program mapping shows how actions, advancement and activities in the Scouts (UK) program can be applied to the LDS Church's Children and Youth and vice versa. These are recommendations only and should not be considered either authoritative or complete. The new church program is open ended and family driven. This means that a family or youth could choose to complete parts of the program using scouting. The advantage here is that scouting provides activities which are age appropriate and well defined with can help youth and families in developing a program best suited for their own needs and the age of the youth.

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Scouts (UK) Children and Youth
Adventure Challenge Award badge Adventure Challenge Award This Challenge Award primarily would be used to meet the physicals in the Physical area
1. Take part in four different adventurous activities. At least two of these activities should be new to you and you should try to do them on at least two separate occasions. Physical
2. Show how you have developed your skill and expertise in one of these activities. Show that you know the safety issues involved, and that you can use any equipment needed for the activity safely. Physical
3. Learn about any environmental issues caused by your activity. Take steps to reduce any harm to the environment. Physical, possible service
4. Research other ways you can take part, or develop your skills, in your chosen activities. Follow up your research with action! Physical, education
Creative Challenge Award [PROGRAM STEP]
Expedition Challenge Award [PROGRAM STEP]
Outdoor Challenge Award [PROGRAM STEP]
Personal Challenge Award [PROGRAM STEP]
Skills Challenge Award [PROGRAM STEP]
Team Leader Challenge Award [PROGRAM STEP]
Teamwork Challenge Award [PROGRAM STEP]
World Challenge Award [PROGRAM STEP]
Chief Scout's Gold Award Chief Scout's Gold Award [PROGRAM STEP]

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