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Scouting

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The Boy Scouts and the Girl Scouts teach useful skills and valuable life lessons to boys and girls. Scouts often hike, go camping, and do other outdoor activities.

The Boy Scouts were started in 1907 by a British soldier, Robert Baden-Powell. Very soon after the Boy Scouts began, many girls became interested in scouting. Juliette Gordon Low then started the Girl Scouts of the U.S.A. in 1912. Scouting soon became popular around the world. The Boy Scouts have ranks, or levels. Scouts learn skills and do tasks to move up the ranks. Scouts can also get badges for learning new skills or studying new things.

Scouts help their communities and countries in many ways. For example, they collect food and clothes for the poor, help people learn to read, or work to protect nature. Girl Scouts in the United States also sell cookies to raise money.

Adapted from “Scouting”, Britannica Kids, Encyclopædia Britannica. 18 January. 2022. kids.britannica.com/kids/article/scouting/390621

What do scouting groups teach?
Useful army skills.
life lessons and useful skills.
How to be good teachers.
cooking lessons.
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