Group night activity

Schools outreach guidance

Running an assembly about Woodcraft at your local school gives you a captive audience, and following that up with an after school family taster will mean you can talk to parents and carers too.

Stargazing

Materials

Sky chart - this website has a good one  http://astronomynow.com/uk-sky-chart/

constellation diagrams - one set showing just the stars and one with the stars overlaid on the picture they make, like these

http://www.dkfindout.com/uk/space/constellations/

Black paper (2 sheets per child should be enough)

Star stickers

torches - 1 per child

 

Woodcraft Folk Social Story

This resource is a powerpoint presentation - a social story to support the inclusion of children with additional needs.

 

Social stories are a useful way to support children, especially those with Autism, to prepare for participating at group. The social story helps the child and their carers understand what to expect and how they can get involved.

 

This social story was prepared by Levenshulme Woodcraft Folk - thanks for sharing.

Venturer Auction

Venturer Auction (from Highgate & Holloway district)

Each year, at a time when we have lots of adults around (usually the quiz),we hold a Venturer auction at some point in the night.

Pea Fair

Pea Fair (from Highgate & Holloway district)

At the end of each term we hold a district event. In the summer it’s in a park and we invite parents and run games etc. At the end of the term before Christmas we hold a pea fair for the whole district including parents.

The week before the last session we get the young people to come up with ideas for stalls they could run at the pea fair.

These are not limited to

Woodcraft Calendar

Woodcraft Calendar (from Highgate & Hollway district)

What you need to do –

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