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''Like all awards, this one may be transferred to the Scout sash, after the Cub has moved up to Troop.''
 
''Like all awards, this one may be transferred to the Scout sash, after the Cub has moved up to Troop.''
  
 
== Outcomes ==
 
== Outcomes ==
Individually or as part of a team, Cubs develop a broad and higher level of skill and knowledge relating to the outdoors and camping. <ref> Taken from [http://www.scouts.ca/media/documents/GenMeasuringSuccess.pdf MEASURING SUCCESS - THE SCOUTING WAY] </ref>
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Individually or as part of a team, Cubs develop a broad and higher level of skill and knowledge relating to the outdoors and camping. <ref>{{MeasuringSuccess}}</ref>
  
 
== Requirements ==
 
== Requirements ==
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[[Image:camper.gif|right|thumb|Pre 2011 version]]
 
To earn the Canadian Camper Award, complete the following requirements:
 
To earn the Canadian Camper Award, complete the following requirements:
  
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# Participate in at least three Cub camps.
 
# Participate in at least three Cub camps.
 
# With a buddy and help from your leader, choose a campsite and complete the following:
 
# With a buddy and help from your leader, choose a campsite and complete the following:
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#* (a) Set up a [[shelter]] of your own design or a tent. Weather permitting, spend a whole night sleeping in your [[shelter]]
* (a) Set up a shelter of your own design or a tent. Weather permitting, spend a whole night sleeping in your shelter
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#* (b) Where permitted, build a fire and boil a cup of water
* (b) Where permitted, build a fire and boil a cup of water
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#* (c) Scout the area and discover what you can about the terrain, kinds of plants and habits of local wildlife
* (c) Scout the area and discover what you can about the terrain, kinds of plants and habits of local wildlife
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#* (d) Locate the direction of North and predict possible changes in weather
* (d) Locate the direction of North and predict possible changes in weather
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# Help show other Cubs how to do a camping skill of your choice.
 
# Help show other Cubs how to do a camping skill of your choice.
 
# Where possible, visit a Scout troop camp and learn about their camping program.
 
# Where possible, visit a Scout troop camp and learn about their camping program.
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== Cross-badge links: ==
 
== Cross-badge links: ==
 
* Click links above for the required stars and badges.
 
* Click links above for the required stars and badges.
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* Cub Book page available [http://www.scouts.ca/ca/cub-scouts-badge-requirements Cub Scout Badge Requirements web site] as [http://www.scouts.ca/sites/default/files/green-can-camper-award.pdf Canadian Camper Award]
 
* Part 4: Track camp attendance for this as well as the [[Camping Badge]] (1b) and [[Winter Cubbing Badge]] (5a)
 
* Part 4: Track camp attendance for this as well as the [[Camping Badge]] (1b) and [[Winter Cubbing Badge]] (5a)
 
* Part 5a: Links with [[Camping Badge]]  5a, [[Trailcraft Badge]] 2d
 
* Part 5a: Links with [[Camping Badge]]  5a, [[Trailcraft Badge]] 2d

Latest revision as of 07:59, 18 June 2014

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Like all awards, this one may be transferred to the Scout sash, after the Cub has moved up to Troop.

Contents

Outcomes

Individually or as part of a team, Cubs develop a broad and higher level of skill and knowledge relating to the outdoors and camping. [1]

Requirements

Pre 2011 version

To earn the Canadian Camper Award, complete the following requirements:

  1. Earn the Green Star
  2. Earn the First Aider Badge.
  3. Earn the Camping Badge.
  4. Participate in at least three Cub camps.
  5. With a buddy and help from your leader, choose a campsite and complete the following:
    • (a) Set up a shelter of your own design or a tent. Weather permitting, spend a whole night sleeping in your shelter
    • (b) Where permitted, build a fire and boil a cup of water
    • (c) Scout the area and discover what you can about the terrain, kinds of plants and habits of local wildlife
    • (d) Locate the direction of North and predict possible changes in weather
  6. Help show other Cubs how to do a camping skill of your choice.
  7. Where possible, visit a Scout troop camp and learn about their camping program.

Cross-badge links:

Program Suggestions

References

  1. Taken from MEASURING SUCCESS - THE SCOUTING WAY