We are having Cub Scout Day Camp this week. Our pack is called the Wildebeasts. The theme this year is Safari.
At our first station the boys worked on a den flag.
The finished product with their station leader and our other adult leader for our pack.
Station 2 consisted of two things. One....making Jungle journals....
and Safari backpacks. The boys had a fun time designing their covers for both.
Then it was lunchtime. A highlight of any day camp experience because you know boys....always hungry!
After lunch we did a service project. The first part was moving 5 of these tables. It actually worked out quite well when all 7 of the boys decided to work together. They are surprisingly strong! I was very impressed!
The second part of the service project was looking for trash on the beach. We did find some garbage and before heading back up we took a few fun pictures for the boys.
Michael being silly with his friend Colton.
Michael on the way back up the trail from the beach.
This hollowed out tree trunk was a favorite spot for the boys to check out before heading to our next activity.
Our 4th station was a Safari Walkabout. First the boys learned what they needed to go on a hike. Then we went to a designated location and they needed to construct a fort with the materials provided.
On our walkabout.
Building the fort. When completed...the fort consisted of large pieces of wood, ferns, moss, smaller sticks and salal.
Good job guys! Now you know how to make a little fort should you become lost and on your own!
Our last station was a field activity. The first part was tug of war. Here we have team 1.