Scout Challenge Week #9 – Creative Arts (Week of June 8)
Dear Scout Leaders and Parents:
Welcome to our Weekly Challenge Email for the week of June 8. These challenges revolve around a theme that Scouts, parents and families can do together while
Scouting at Home.
This week’s theme is “Creative Arts”.
Creative Arts Challenge
Art comes in many different forms. Painting, sculpture, music, theater, literature, dance, drawing, architecture, and photography are some of the many types of art that you may be familiar with. This week take some time to create your own piece of art!
Make your own instrument
. Share a video of you playing your homemade instrument at
Use paint, clay, photographs, drawings, or anything else to create a self-portrait.
Create a comic strip.
Sketch your house.
Create a piece of art using rocks, leaves, sticks, and other natural objects.
Write a short story and share your story with your family.
Using Legos, Lincoln Logs, or other building toys, create an original building or sculpture. Take a picture of your creations and share it with us at
Create a playlist of your favorite camp songs.
Parents & Scout Leaders
Learn about the opportunities for young people as an Explorer in the
Arts & Humanities Career Field
Create your own piece of art alongside your Scout.
Digital Den Meeting – Wednesday, June 10 at 7:00 p.m.
Please join us this week for the next episode of our Digital Den Meeting series. Our Den Leaders will be sharing different ways to create art. You can join our Digital Den Meeting on Three Harbors Council’s
on Wednesday night at 7:00 p.m. We plan on including fun skits or songs, so please upload your videos and/or pictures to
Virtual Scouting Fireside Chat – A Resource for Scout Leaders
On Wednesday, June 10 at 7:30 p.m., join our panel of volunteers to learn more and get answers to your questions about virtual Den, Pack and Troop Meetings.
to join the Fireside Chat!
Get Outdoors and Take a Hike
Families are invited to get outside and take a hike on either Saturday June 13 or Sunday June 14. Your hike can take place in your neighborhood, local park, or state park. Let's get outside and enjoy the outdoors in a safe way by social distancing. Take hiking photos and submit them to
for a contest! Prizes will be awarded to the best:
Family out on the hike
Flowers along the hike
Wildlife seen on the hike
Largest hill climbed on the hike
Be sure to include your name, unit number and location of your hike when you submit your pictures. Please join us in kicking off the summer by enjoying the outdoors! Let’s hit the trail!
Scouts BSA Online Merit Badge Clinic Series
Public Health Merit Badge
– June 10 at 6:30 p.m.
Bird Study Merit Badge
– June 16 at 6:30 p.m.
Plant Science Merit Badge
– June 29
Sustainability Merit Badge
– July 1 & July 8 at 6:30 p.m. for each session
(both sessions required)
Horsemanship Merit Badge
– July 22
Featured Weekly Online Resources
Kenosha Public Museum
Milwaukee Art Museum
Racine Heritage Museum
Our staff team is here to support Scouting at Home. Please
to contact our council staff.
Scout on Safely!
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