Category Archives: Home School

Camp Floyd Murder Mystery feature
By Camp Floyd State Park
Feb 21, 2014

Camp Floyd State Park Hosts a Soldier’s Game and Murder Mystery Afternoon March 1st

Fairfield – The date is 1859 in one of the many saloons in Fairfield. Be your own detective at Camp Floyd’s first Soldier’s Games and Murder Mystery afternoon in the Fairfield schoolhouse on March 1, 2014 at 1pm. Start by playing the same games soldiers played in Fairfield like Faro, Chuck-a-luck, and three-card Monte to win chocolate [...]

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By Camp Floyd State Park
Feb 11, 2014

Camp Floyd’s Cub Scout Adventure: Febuary, April & May

Cub Scout Camp Floyd Adventure program is designed for Cub Scouts and offers an authentic and unique hands-on adventure! Cub Scouts travel back in time to 1861 and enter the world of a soldier with Johnston’s Army at Camp Floyd in the Utah Territory.  Participants are taught to march and drill, play period games, tour [...]

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By Melany Gardner
Feb 04, 2014

BSA’s 104th Birthday Feb. 8th, How Will You Celebrate?

Saturday, February 8th, Scouts will celebrate the founding of Scouting in America’s 104th Anniversary. This day is an opportunity for each pack, troop, team and crew to celebrate what it means to be in Scouting and to share the Scout Movement with the world. How will you celebrate? While Feb. 8th is the actual birthday, In fact, [...]

Cub Scout eyes
By Melany Gardner
Jan 24, 2014

Scouting From a Cub Scout’s Eyes

The world viewed through a child’s eyes is precious. Life is sweeter there, colors are brighter, everyone is trustworthy, and fun is everything and everywhere. This video shows the very energetic Matthew, as he describes why he loves Cub Scouts. In his eyes, Scouting is playing with friends, doing sports, collecting patches, and making cool [...]

Birds
By Heidi Sanders
Jan 10, 2014

Teamwork: Creating a Win-Win Game

I was reading the news this morning and our government is an example of what teamwork is not. There are many people in our government who care little for the good of the country and its citizen but would rather make comments and decisions based on tearing down their opponent. Looking for a weakness or [...]

Facebook
By Heidi Sanders
Jan 08, 2014

Like Us on Facebook

Social media is a great resource to connect with friends and share information. It is a great way for Scouts to share with parents experiences at camp or Scouting activities. I love it because I find all kinds of things that I am interested in like recipes, connecting with friends from out of state or [...]

Employment
By Utah National Parks Council
Jan 07, 2014

2014 Summer Camp Employment: Apply Now

Interested in working at one of the Utah National Parks Council summer camps in 2014? We are now accepting applications. See the details below and apply now. If you love camping, Scouting and mentoring other Scouts, you will not want to miss out on this great opportunity for growth and development.  

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By Heidi Sanders
Jan 07, 2014

America: Dedicated to the Proposition That All Men are CREATED Equal

I greatly disliked in school being punished for things other students did. My family moved to Utah the summer before I started my sophomore year in high school. I enjoyed art (although not greatly talented) and enrolled in an art class at Timpview High School. I recall vividly one morning where students were acting out [...]

Venturing
By The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints
Jan 06, 2014

How to Define the Scout Venturing Program

Purpose Provide positive experiences to help young people mature and prepare them to become responsible and caring adults. Description Venturing is a youth development program for priest-age young men. It is based on the unique and dynamic relationship between youth and adult leaders. Venturing focuses primarily on the needs and interests of young men, using [...]

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By Community Submission
Jan 06, 2014

How to Prevent Hypothermia by Fox News, Dr. Manny Alverez

Hypothermia is a condition defined as the profound cooling of the body core temperature to less than 96 degrees Fahrenheit. As our body temperature drops, the cooling effect has a significant impact on our senses. People with hypothermia become very disoriented; others develop hallucinations. These conditions can produce atypical behavior, and often exacerbate the problem [...]

Youth
By Heidi Sanders
Jan 03, 2014

Scouting “For the Strength of Youth”

Word Match Puzzle Match each category in “For the Strength of Youth” with its corresponding term in the Scout Oath and Law (There can be more than one answer) For the Strength of Youth Scout Oath and Law Agency and Accountability Trustworthy Dating Loyal Dress and Appearance Helpful Family Friendly Education Courteous Entertainment and Media [...]