CHANGES IN SCOUTING £100 Who started the Scout Movement? A: Robert Baden-Powell C: Robert Louis Stephenson B: Lord Somers D: Rudyard Kipling A: Robert Baden-Powell £200 The experimental camp that led to Scouting being developed was held where? A: Isle of Wight B: Brownsea Island C: Mersey Island D: Isle of Dogs B: Brownsea Island £300 What year was the experimental camp held? A: 1905 B: C: 1909 D: 1919 1907 B: 1907 £500 What book did Baden-Powell write to launch Scouting? A: Boer War Scouts B: C: Scouting for Boys D: Camping on Brownsea Scouting Today C: Scouting for Boys £1,000 What Section was started in 1916 for younger boys? A: Beaver Scouts B: Cub Scouts C: Rover Scouts D: Hobbits B: Cub Scouts £2,000 What Section was stated in 1919 for older boys A: Beaver Scouts B: Cub Scouts C: Rover Scouts D: Venture Scouts C: Rover Scouts £4,000 What Movement did Baden-Powell establish for girls? A: Girls Brigade B: Girl Guides C: Girl Scouts D: Brownies B: Girl Guides £8,000 When were females allowed to become Leaders? A: From the start B: 1919 C: 1932 D: 1966 A: From the start £16,000 How many Scouts are there in the world today (summer 2003)? A: 2 million B: 12 million C: 28 million D: 35 million C: 28 million £32,000 How many countries and territories in the world have Scouts today (summer 2003)? A: 147 B: C: 217 D: 243 187 C: 217 £64,000 Three things have changed since Scouting began include? A: Age ranges, badges, programme C: Small groups, developing leaders, having a promise B: Being uniformed, doing your best, open to all Having badges, being a D: world movement, camping A: Age ranges, badges, programme £125,000 Three things have NOT changed since Scouting began include? A: Girls, special needs, B: Basic principles, having fun, empowering young people. D: Number of sections, adult training, POR uniform Logo, World Scout C: Organisation, programme B: Basic principles, having fun, empowering young people. £250,000 Where was the 3rd World Scout Jamboree held? A: Olympia (London) B: Copenhagen C: Sutton Coldfield D: Arrowe Park D: Arrowe Park £500,000 Which two public schools provided boys for the first camp at Brownsea Island? A: Rugby & Winchester B: Harrow & Rugby C: Harrow & Eton D: Eton & Winchester C: Harrow & Eton £1,000,000 When was the siege of Mafeking? A: 1898-1899 B: 1899 C: 1899-1900 D: 1900-1901 C: 1899 - 1900 Great Job!!!! Thank you for playing!