Part of our mission in OSG is to create “Scouting for All.” In this quest, we not only scout with people of all races, religions, backgrounds, genders, and orientations, but also with scouts who are […]
Story time is part of many otter meetings. Kids just love stories, and picture books can help them relate to others, grasp new ideas and develop empathy for others and our natural world. Amazingly, you […]
Despite the pandemic the 901st Buffalo group in Bartlett, TN has hit the ground running with the newest group in the South! Thanks so much, GSM Aislinn for sharing these pictures of your otters meeting […]
As a BPSA leader, one of your goals is probably taking the group camping. You probably even know a place or two you can go. However, as your group grows, you are going to want […]
Recently, I saw a neat way to do leaf rubbings with kids to make art, and though it would be great for our otters! First, you gather leaves of various shapes. If possible, you can […]
From Nicole with the 141st Irregulars in Florida: I’m an Otter leader and one way I’m trying to keep our raft engaged is having them put together an ‘otter buddy’ to scout with while in-person […]
Are you looking to be a better scout leader when it comes to being anti-racist? Several Rovers have put together this list of recommendations to help.
Having an Otter Raft is a lot of fun. It can also be a lot of work! We have some ideas on how to work on badges and have fun.