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Earn the Computers belt loop and complete five of the following requirements:
Earn the Computers belt loop and complete five of the following requirements:
# Use a computer to prepare a report on a subject of interest to you. Share it with your den.
# Use a computer to prepare a report on a subject of interest to you. Share it with your den.
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# Make a list of 20 devices that can be found in the home that use a computer chip to function.
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# Make a list of 10 devices that can be found in the home that use a computer chip to function.
# Use a computer to maintain a balance sheet of your earnings for four weeks.
# Use a computer to maintain a balance sheet of your earnings for four weeks.
# Use a spreadsheet program to organize some information.
# Use a spreadsheet program to organize some information.

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Belt Loop Requirements

Complete these three requirements:

  1. Explain the parts of a personal computer: central processing unit (CPU), monitor, keyboard, mouse, modem, and printer.
  2. Demonstrate how to start up and shut down a personal computer properly.
  3. Use your computer to prepare and print a document.

Academics Pin Requirements

Earn the Computers belt loop and complete five of the following requirements:

  1. Use a computer to prepare a report on a subject of interest to you. Share it with your den.
  2. Make a list of 10 devices that can be found in the home that use a computer chip to function.
  3. Use a computer to maintain a balance sheet of your earnings for four weeks.
  4. Use a spreadsheet program to organize some information.
  5. Use an illustration, drawing, or painting program to create a picture.
  6. Use a computer to write a thank-you letter to someone.
  7. Log on to the Internet. Visit the Boy Scouts of America homepage (http://www.scouting.org).
  8. Discuss with an adult personal safety rules you should use while using the Internet.
  9. Practice a new computer game for two weeks. Demonstrate an improvement in your scores.
  10. Correspond with a friend using e-mail. Have at least five e-mail replies from your friend.
  11. Visit a local business or government agency that uses a large mainframe computer to handle their business. Be able to explain how computers save them time and money in carrying out their work.


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