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  • powerpack
  • Activity badges
    • General knowledge.
    • Mathematicians.
  • Chief scout Platinum award
    • Complete one things from the explainer challenge badge.
  • Chief scout diamond award
    • Complete two things from the experiment maker challenge badge.
  • Queen scout award
    • Complete two things from all the challenge badges you haven’t done.
  • Staged activity badges
  • Scout network badges
  • Challenge badges
  • Archaeologist
    • Know about archeologists and present your findings to the rest of the pack.
    • Try and find and dig up an archaeological find.
    • Find out what archeology is.
    • Get a degree in archeology.
  • finder and designer
    • Design a new Nintendo DS game and bring it to a small company.
    • Go out with scientists and see if you can find gold or any other hard objects to find.
    • Make an earring.
    • Talk to your leader about how you made the earring.
  • Volcanologist
    • Name at least 10 different volcano’s and find out about the history of 3 of them.
    • Know the different terms used in volcanology.
    • Climb up an extinct volcano.
    • Speak to a volcanologist and explain what he said to your leader.
  • Child helper.
    • Help a child in need by going to another country and helping them.
    • Help a child in cub scouts or scouts to make something.
    • Talk to a child and know what they did when they were younger.
    • Present what you know in a way children younger than you can understand.
  • Body builder.
    • Build up your body for at least 1 year for a biathlon.
    • Know what tactic you would use in a biathlon.
    • Do the biathlon and get in the top 20 at it.
    • Help other people to train for a biathlon.
  • Experiment maker.
    • Know at least five complex symbols in the periodic table.
    • Know complex words in science.
    • Make up your own experiment and do it safely.
    • Explain to younger people what the symbols mean and how you did your experiment.
  • Tennis.
    • Show good skills in tennis.
    • Play for your school team or country on a regular basis.
    • Go to a different county with your pack for a tennis holiday.
    • Show that you train hard and are dedicated to tennis.
  • Company helper.
    • Find out about a company.
    • Work for that company for a at least six months.
    • Design a programme of what thing the company should achieve over a fixed period of time.
    • Speak to one of the workers there and put what they speak onto a power point presentation.
  • Explainer
    • Go to a different country and tell a child there everything you have done in other badges.
    • Tell an important person what good turns you have done.
  • Chief scout Platinum award
    • Complete the Explainer challenge badge.
  • Chief scout diamond award
    • Complete the experiment maker challenge badge.
  • Queen scout award
    • Complete all the badges you haven’t done.