Wizarding World of Scouting Kit
Kit for 1 Includes:
- Wizarding World of Scouting patch (laser cut)
- Quill crafted pen
- Wizard ID full color card (for completion of program)
- Wizarding postcard to color
- Lightning bolt tattoo
- Worksheet to practice writing with your quill
- Basic spell movements to practice with your wand
- Wizarding world booklet (quizzes, activity sheets and more)
Add WIZARD TROOPS OWN patches for $2 each.
Add a "handmade wand" for $2.99 each.
(size 9 inch tall--designs will vary )
Choose 1 requirement to earn from the below patch program.
1. Magicians: Choose a magician to learn more about. Find out when they practiced magic and a trick they performed. Examples include: Harry Houdini, David Copperfield, Doug Henning, David Blaine, and Penn and Teller.
2. Optical Illusions: An Illusion creates images false perception that there is something actually there or not there. View an optical illusion in a book, art work, on the internet,OR at a magic show OR color an optical illusion picture.
3. It's Magic: Watch a magic show on TV or live OR watch a movie that depicts magic. What is your favorite trick or part in the movie?
4. Science: Many wizards use science as a way to present tricks or teach about science. Try an experiment OR science activity that feels or seems like magic. You can use our "Experimenting with Science" kit for fun experiments to try. Examples include: Eggs that float, candy flashes, colorful raindrops, create slime, and mind games.
5. Potions: Through the creation of books and movies, potions have been used to put people to sleep, assist them to fly, or become invisible. Create your own pretend potion in a container, label it, list the ingredients, and determine what it affect it will have on the person that drinks it. List your ingredients uniquely such as grape soda is purple toad juice. Examples of potions: Water and blue drink, (invisibility), fruit punch, gummy worms and lemonade (shape shifter) potion.
6. Magical items: Over the years magical items have assisted magicians, sorcerers, witches, and wizards in completing spells or transforming things. Choose one item and learn what it was used for. Such as brooms, wands, spell books, mirrors, clothing, boxes, stones, hats, and quills.
7. Magical Creatures: Spectacular creatures have been created that can assist in flying, protecting, and healing. Choose one to learn more about and what it looks like: Unicorns, fairy godmother, dragons, mermaids, owls, cats, fairies, nymphs, and elves.
8. Magical Places: Locations around the world are sometimes considered magical or give good luck to those that visit and perform certain tasks. Some are magical due to historical reasons and some are from myths. Learn about OR visit a magical place or attend a magical themed event. Examples include: Castles, The Enchanted Forest, Germany; The Wizarding World of Harry Potter®; Sorcerer's Castle in Switzerland; Cinderella's® castle; and Blarney Stone, Ireland.
9. Books: Read a book relating to story about magic or a magical character. Examples include: Harry Potter®, Aladdin®, Cinderella®, The Chronicles of Narnia ®, and Magic School Bus® and Magic Tree House®.
10. Food: Create or enjoy food representing a magical theme OR create your own candy shop. Examples include: cupcakes with cones on top (represent wizard hats), chocolate frogs, magic wands, (chocolate dipped pretzel rods with sprinkles), potion punch, jelly beans, magic beans, cookies, and a pasta or stew served in a cauldron.
11. Games: Play games or create activities representing a magical theme. Examples include: Wizard hat pass, similar to hot potato; charades; blindfolded taste test; hide dragon eggs; mazes on paper or an obstacle course; water balloon battle, board games, OR a scavenger hunt of magical related items.
12. Displays and Costumes: Create decorations, costumes, a display or diorama with a representing a magical character or storybook theme. Examples include: cauldrons, stars, shiny paper or ribbons for the table or chairs; brooms, wands, princess or wizard costumes; or diorama of a castle.
13. Crafts: Create a craft that represents the magic world or character. Examples: Create tiaras, wizard hats, wands, shields, potion book, castle from a large cardboard box, spider webs, potion containers, or flower wreath.
14. Perform: Act out a play, perform a magic trick, dress up like a character, or create a magical skit.
15. Tricks: Card tricks, disappearing acts, levitating objects, and illusions are just a few of the entertainment possibilities that are performed by magicians. Learn a magic trick, go behind the scenes at a show, research how magic is performed, or watch a magic show or movie where tricks are used.
16. Special Effects: Magicians use music, comedy, animals, and stories to build up the suspense and drama for the finalization of the trick. Movies use graphic art and 3-D effects to make the scenes come alive. See a 3-D movie or a movie with CG [computer graphics], learn more about computer graphics, learn about movie make-up, create your own graphic image of a magical item, watch a magic show or go behind the scenes of a movie or media facility.