Webelos-AoL Elective Adventure: Engineer

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Resources include the Webelos-AoL Elective Adventure: Engineer worksheet Adobe Acrobat PDF, links, and cross-references to related awards.  Prev  -  Next  

Webelos-AoL Elective Adventure: Engineer

Webelos-AoL Elective Adventure: Engineer
Level:Webelos Scout

Cub Scout Adventures were designed to be as dynamic and relevant to today’s youth and families as possible by focusing on the following program objectives– the aims of Scouting and two strong Scouting methods: character development, participatory citizenship, personal fitness, outdoor skills and awareness. Once a Cub Scout has completed the six core adventures including one duty to God adventure, and one of his or his den’s choosing he will have earned his badge of rank. In addition to the adventures required for rank advancement, there are additional elective adventures that members of the den may earn.

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Webelos-AoL Elective Adventure: Engineer requirements

Complete at least Requirements 1 and 2. Requirements 3 and 4 are optional.
  1. Pick one type of engineer. With the help of the Internet, your local library, or an engineer, discover three things that describe what that engineer does. (To use the Internet, be sure that you have a current Cyber Chip or that you have permission from your Webelos den leader, parent, or guardian.) Share your findings with your Webelos den.
  2. Learn to follow engineering design principles by doing the following:
    a. Examine a set of blueprints or specifications. Using these as a model, prepare your own set of blueprints or specifications to design a project.
    b. Using the blueprints or specifications from your own design, complete your project. Your project may be something useful or something fun.
    c. Share your project with others at a den or pack meeting.
  3. Explore other fields of engineering and how they have helped form our past, present, and future.
  4. Pick and do two projects using the engineering skills you have learned. Share your projects with your den, and also exhibit them at a pack meeting.

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Notes

Each adventure is designed to take approximately two den meetings to implement. For some adventures, one of the meetings may be an outing, ranging from attending a sporting event as a den, to taking a hike, to visiting a museum or going on a campout. At the conclusion of each adventure, a recognition device (a metal belt loop with the image of the award on it) is awarded.

Worksheet A FREE workbook for Webelos-AoL Elective Adventure: Engineer is available here! Adobe Acrobat PDF
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