Resources and sites for working on elements of the Air activities staged badges and other air-related badges

Museums are opening now, but there will not be a Royal International Air Tattoo again this year because of the pandemic. There is another Virtual air tattoo this year on 17 July, and it is a free event.

For those of you interested in gliding, here is an interesting video on
from the Yorkshire Gliding Club.

RAF Museum for general information.  The RAF currently sponsors the Air activities staged badges.

For resources to do whilst the museum is closed free family worksheets are available. 

These include instructions on making paper aeroplanes and helicopter spinners.  Suitable for stage 1 and 2, Air activities staged badge

There are other aircraft museum web sites, for example, the De Havilland Aircraft Museum.  It includes a virtual tour link from the home page. There are links to many heritage memorial sites on the Guide to military airshows in the UK site  The information on this site covers not just airshows, most of which are sadly not able to take place currently, but also the museum sites themselves and views of the planes in the museums.  The site has links to the Battle of Britain Memorial Flight visitor centre information, amongst others.

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Have you thought about holding a Scouting meeting with your young people over the internet? By using one of the many free conferencing platforms that are usually used for business conference calls, you could do this!  Take a look here at this invaluable advice from the Digital Activities Team.

 

 

See 100+ stay-at-home activities for young people

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This is but the first article to help you to create NEW SKILLS for yourself over the next few weeks and months,

All you have to do is go to www.scouts.org.uk by clicking HERE- then just click on the correct age range to see what is possible!

Well - what are you waiting for?