Beavers Award Scheme

The Tenderpad Badge

membership-badgeThe Beavers award scheme starts off like the Wolf Cubs with the first badge they earn on investiture like the Wolf Cubs it is called the Tenderpad Badge, this goes on their left chest.  To be invested they need to know their Promise and Law, also see the how to be invested page.Being Invested as a Beaver

 

Safe  Beaver Badge

safe-beaverBefore being awarded the ‘Safe Beaver Badge’, the Beaver must :

  1. Be able to write their name;
  2. Know their name and address;
  3. Know how to cross the road safely;
  4. Safety with strangers;
  5. Basic rules of health and hygiene;
  6. Safety in the home;
  7. The Beaver Motto;
  8. Have completed three months service since being Invested.

Helpful Beaver (Red Paw) Badge

Before being awarded the ‘Helpful Beaver (Red Paw) Badge, the Beaver must :red-pawprint

  1. Know about helping others and sharing with others;
  2. Know about keeping themselves clean and caring for clothes;
  3. Know how to be helpful around the home;
  4. Perform a good turn for a neighbour or relative;
  5. Carry out a series of simple observation tests;
  6. Remember a message and pass in to someone else correctly;
  7. Know how to wash up after a meal and clear things away;
  8. Take part in a Colony Good Turn.

Active Beaver (Green Paw) Badge

Before being awarded the ‘Active Beaver (Green Paw) Badge, the Beaver must :

  1. Learn about co-ordination skills;
  2. Perform singing and music making;Green Pawprint.png
  3. Know three games and how to play them;
  4. Awareness of children with disabilities;
  5. Display skipping skills;
  6. Participate in a team and solo games;
  7. Display sportsmanship and how to be a good loser;
  8. Take part in an adventurous Colony Activity.

Handcraft Beaver (Yellow Paw) Badge

Before being awarded the ‘Handcraft Beaver (Yellow Paw) Badge, the Beaver must :

  1. Draw and colour a scene or event in a story read to them;
  2. Draw a picture of a Beaver’s home;yellow-pawprint
  3. Make a card;
  4. Make a model;
  5. Make a collage;
  6. Collect ten stamps or post marks;
  7. Prepare food and perform simple cooking;
  8. Make two craft objects.

Nature Beaver (Blue Paw) Badge

Before being awarded the ‘Nature Beaver (Blue Paw) Badge, the Beaver must :

  1. Display a caring and loving nature;
  2. Be able to name six animals that are kept as pets;blue-pawprint
  3. Know how to care for pets;
  4. Find out about a beaver;
  5. Make a collection of pressed flowers or leaves;
  6. Grow a bean in water;
  7. Take part in a Colony Nature Walk.

Swimming Up Badge

Before being awarded the ‘Swimming Up’ Badge, the Beaver must :

  1. Have been Invested;beaver-swimming-up-badge
  2. Gained the ‘Safe Beaver’ Badge;
  3. Gained the ‘Helpful Beaver’ Badge;
  4. Gained the ‘Active Beaver’ Badge;
  5. Gained the ‘Handcraft Beaver’ Badge;
  6. Gained the ‘Nature Beaver’ Badge;
  7. Know the Wolf Cub Promise and Wolf Cub Law;
  8. Have been introduced to Akela, his/her future Sixer and Six;
  9. Visited and taken part in a Wolf Cub Pack meeting or activity.

Now the Beaver can look forward to their ‘Swimming Up’ Ceremony and joining the Wolf Cub Pack.

 

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