This area focuses on activities that surround our sense, creativity, craft-work, cooking and using a fire, and also if you have to change your activities for any reason you have a number of contingency challenges.
Within this section you will focus on all of your senses. These activities develop your trust, leadership, cooperation, patience, and teamwork.
'Creative activities' are great ways to help steer children into an imaginative world. These activities develop your imagination, cooperation, fine motor skills, and teamwork.
These activities will help give confidence to young minds, helping them to produce a unique creation. They will develop your creative skills, fine motor skills, and imagination.
'Fire/Cooking activities' are great ways to understand that fire can be a significantly helpful tool. If you are looking for interesting ways to engage others around a fire then this section is where you should start.
'Contingency activities' or plan b activities are here to help keep everyone moving forward when circumstances change quickly and you are still wanting an extra activity to finish the time outside or inside nicely.