Imagine a group where young boys learn skills to help themselves and others, while having adventures.
That’s what Boy Scouts is.
It started a long time ago, in 1907, far away in England, by a man named Robert Baden-Powell.
He wanted to teach boys to be strong, helpful and kind.
Boy Scout groups are all over the world!
In each group, boys learn new things like camping, tying knots, or helping in their community.
They can earn special badges for their skills, like stars that shine brightly on their scout uniform.
A Boy Scout promises to follow the Scout Law, which guides them to be trustworthy, loyal, helpful and friendly.
Isn’t that cool?
The symbol of the Boy Scouts is Fleur-de-lis, and it reminds them of their promise to help and guide others.
There are special events and trips for Boy Scouts too.
They can go on fun camping trips, explore nature, and go on hikes.
Boy Scouts is more than just a club; it’s a journey filled with friendship, learning, and unforgettable adventures! So, grab your colors and let your imagination soar as you bring this enchanting world to life!