Life Skills

One of the best parts of scouting is that it teaches the scout life skills. This helps them become more responsible, better rounded person, and provides leadership skills. Here are some examples of life skills scouting provides:

  • Respecting their peers and leaders
  • Leadership skills
  • Respecting property and the outdoors
  • Speaking/presenting in front of groups
  • Making and Respecting Fire
  • Knife Skills
  • Being thrifty
  • Cooking skills
  • Trying new experiences
  • Being part of a team
  • Becoming friends with kids of all ages

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