Exhibition Week!

Session 4, Week 4, Year 2

Exhibition Prep!

For this quest, the Exhibition will include game play presentations for the parents and readings of the Eagles’ letter to a hero/letter to Santa.

Character Badge!

The Eagles had a challenge this week of either making a new friend or helping a friend. At Active, we like to focus on the young heroes’ character. In general, people who are considered to have good character often have traits like integrity, honesty, courage, loyalty, fortitude, and other important virtues that promote good behavior. These character traits define who they are as people—and highly influence the choices they make in their lives.


Civilization is usually done by a guide leading the discussion and followed up with asking questions. The Eagles have been interested in leading civilization some days. This is the requirement if an Eagle wants to lead civilization:

To be approved to do civilization you must:

  • Read the Chapter before Civilization
  • Make sure you know how to pronounce/define unfamiliar words
  • Have an understanding of the questions
If you feel like you have done all the steps:
Submit your name and the Chapter you are reading. If other Eagles during Civilization feel like you were not prepared then you will not receive your points and you won’t be able to try again till next session.Eagles that successfully complete Civilization will receive an extra 10 points.

Exhibition Day!

The Eagles are very excited for their parents to play their games. We have Eagles stationed at tables for: board games, probability and luck games, and online games created by the Eagles. Afterwards, the Eagles will present their letters to their heroes and Santa.

Getting into the Christmas Spirit!

Even with a busy week, we made sure to make time for some Christmas activities! The Eagles made crafts and did a Christmas word search. On Friday, they planned a Christmas party where they brought treats for each other and watched a Christmas movie!

Pajama Day!

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