Cub Scouts should complete four of the following:
- Find out about the traditions, culture, food, religion and other interesting characteristics of a country different from your own.
- Find out about the work of an international charity that helps around the world (for example, OXFAM, UNICEF) and then present your findings to the rest of the Pack.
- Find out about an aspect of international Scouting. You could take part in a 'Join In Jamboree' activity, or arrange a visit from a Jamboree participant. Or you could find out about Scouting in a country of your choice.
- Find out about things that can be recycled or how energy can be saved. Over a period of weeks show how you have recycled or saved energy at home.
- Find out about a global issue such as poverty, conservation or water and sanitation, and what you can do to help.
- Find out about a technology of your choice. This could be a personal computer, a car engine, an aircraft or anything similar. You should understand the basic functions of the technology and how it is used and a brief history. You should then present your findings to the rest of the Pack.