Challenges

During lockdowns there were just some things that were hard to do at home and on Zoom, so Cherokee Cubs have had a couple of weeks of completing missing bits of badges. We’ve sawn wood, made rope, identified garden tools, walked around the local area and drawn our own map, completed problem solving activities, compass…

BACKWOODS COOKING DAY

Cherokee Cubs had a great day at the Humberside County Backwoods Cooking event.  We cooked hot dogs, omelette, cakes, pancakes and bread twists all on open fires, we lit fires without matches and learnt how to extinguish them, we practiced some first aid, made hot drinks, set the table and learnt about hygiene when cooking. …

Backwoods Cooking and Fire safety

Over the last few weeks the cubs have been working for their backwoods cooking and fire safety badges. For their backwoods cooking badge they have learnt how to prepare a fire and then light it with a flint and steel. The cubs have also learnt how to cook items on a stick as well as…