Cub Activities: Fires, Cooking, Culture

Learning about other cultures and countries, creative expression through poetry and drawing, lighting fires and cooking food over burners made by the cubs themselves – these are just a few of the activities that make our cub group an exciting and fun filled space for all our members.

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Cubs at Claremont 1st making flags and writing poems to learn about different cultures and to connect with cubs around the world.






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After learning about cultural differences in our cub pack, the cubs wrote some poems and some general observations:

“I learnt about cultures at cubs. Who would have thought they were made out of mugs?”


“Most of the people celebrate April fools day” Tristan





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Cooking stokbrood over open flame and enjoying the fruit of our labour.


Boiling water over wax stoves.

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