Activity videos

Follow along at home with these activity videos

Watch, learn and have fun!

We’ve brought some of our programme activities to life for you to try at home. You can use these videos in your unit meetings or explore them with friends and family. New videos added each month!

Snacks for quacks

What do ducks like to eat? You might be surprised to find out it’s not bread. Find out more about what they love and learn how to make some yummy snacks to fill their tummies!

What you need:

  • A plate and a fork
  • A piece of banana

Plus three of the following ingredients

  • Grapes
  • Plums
  • Pears
  • Cucumbers
  • Peas
  • Corn
  • Brown rice
  • Raw oats

If you’re a Rainbow and working towards your programme awards, you can use this unit meeting activity towards your Take Action theme award hours. Just make a note of the activity name and your unit leader can record them for you. You’re welcome to have a go at any of the how to activities, but only activities from your section can count towards your theme award hours

Turn them blue

How do we remember people from history? Some are written about in books, other have statues and some get a very special blue plaque. Have a go at creating your own!

What you need:

  • Large circle of card
  • Colouring pencils, pens or paint
  • Some sticky tack if you want to display your plaque

If you’re a #Rainbow and working towards your programme awards, you can use this unit meeting activity towards your Know Myself theme award hours.

Just make a note of the activity name and your unit leader can record them for you.

Paint the past

Imagine a world without writing, could you communicate through painting? Find out more about prehistoric paintings and how you can create one yourself.

What you need:

  • Large sheets of paper
  • 2 colours of paint
  • Mixing bowl

If you’re a Rainbow and working towards your programme awards, you can use this unit meeting activity towards your Know Myself theme award hours.

Just make a note of the activity name and your unit leader can record them for you. You’re welcome to have a go at any of the how to activities, but only activities from your section can count towards your theme award hours