This week we're doing the cubs home help badge and parts of the beavers skills challenge. You will need: An alarm clock or phone with an alarm app/settingClean bedding for your bed and the old bedding taken off an iron, ironing board and your neckerchief and a t shirtyour laundry basketA duster, cleaning cloth and cleaner. And an adult to check you haven't missed a spot. Listen from 6:30 on Tuesday at scout.radio/play, ask your smart speaker to launch scout radio or use the tune in app.
It's week 10 so we're having a party! There ain't no party like a Scout Radio party We'll be making party hats: You'll need Paper or card, string (or ribbon or elastic) and crafty decorations And a birthday cake in a mug. You'll need: 2 mugs. 2 tablespoons of butter, thats 30g. 4 tablespoons of plain flour and 1/2 tea spoon of baking powder (or 4 tablespoons of slef raising flour also works), 1 egg (technically just the yolk but its fine!)2 tablespoons of sugar, A splash of milk A MicrowaveSome jam, butter cream or icing as you choose. We'll also be having a disco and a fun quiz about what we've done so far on the show. You can request your favourite party songs by emailing [email protected]
In Episode 9 we'll be finding out about the scouts Care for Care Homes initiative, Revisiting the garden for our naturalist badge and finding out about Ramadan for our world faiths badge. https://scout.radio/play/scoutcast-episode-9/ To get prepared you will need: paper, card, felt tips or crayons, crafty bits (think greetings cards) a toilet roll tube, someWrapping paper or tissue paper, scissors, ribbon or string and some little sweeties, treats or tiny toys. You can find out more about the care for care homes initiative at www.scouts.org.uk/careforcarehomes If you dont know how/where to deliver your kindness letters, cards or pictures you can send them to J and S Wensley NewsagentsStation HouseCaen StreetBrauntonDevonEX33 1AA and we'll deliver them for ...
On Thursday 30th April - Sunday 3rd May, 5th Tyldesley Scout Group took part in 'Camp At Home' which was an event organised by Northumberland Scouts. And they had some international companions. They sent us this report Why not send us a report about what you've been doing. You can find tips and tricks at scout.radio/report
Listen again to episode 8 https://scout.radio/play/scoutcast-episode-8/ For episode 8 you will need penspapersomething to use as a blindfold, necker eye mask etcsomething to use to reduce hearing eg ear muffs, ear plugs, numerous hats, yoghurt or similar if not another food like crisps that you can feed to someone elsespoon for yoghurtresources to create a piece of art without your hands, maybe paint and paintbrushes, or glue stick and collage bitslots of socks Join us live at 18:30 scout.radio/playAsk your smart speaker to launch scout radioOr use the tune in app You can now listen to all our scoutcast shows again online at scout.radio/play
https://scout.radio/play/scoutcast-episode-7/ Today you will only need paper and pens/pencils. https://youtu.be/aehDvc6_nzE The Phonetic Alphabet Alfa Bravo Charlie Delta Echo Foxtrot Golf Hotel India Juliett Kilo Lima Mike November Oscar Papa Quebec Romeo Sierra Tango Uniform Victor Whiskey X-ray Yankee Zulu
For this week' scoutcast you will need: Coloured pens and pencils and some paper to draw on. Any natural materials you can collect safely. Eg. Leaves, twigs, sand, stones. If you cant go out you could use tea leaves or anything else natural that you can find. And a fruit, cut in half or with a lid cut off. A melon, grapefruit or orange would work best. And a spoon. (And either a hungry beaver/cub or a bowl to scoop the fruit innards into) If you have any books about birds, animals or plants they would be useful, but not essential. https://scout.radio/play/scoutcast-episode-6/ Heres a useful link to have a look at after the show https://www.woodlandtrust.org.uk/blog/2019/04/identify-bird-song/ insects by Tony Malone
We're always looking for new content especially if its produced by or with young people. And we'd love to hear whats happening locally in your area. We'll play our favourites on air and put the reports on our website player for everyone to listen to If you are interested in becoming a local correspondent for scout radio email [email protected] for more information, or you can send us a single report whenever you like. Here are some tips to help you make your report. Recording Device There are several types of devices you can record a voice report on. If you already own a device such a Zoom, Edirol or similar then that’s great, use that. If you don’t have one of these recording devices that’s fine, you can use your phone. The microphones in sm