Scouting Jeopardy Game

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Scouting Jeopardy Game
Troop 63
Monroe, CT
Scouting Jeopardy Rules:
1 – The patrol which answered the last question correctly gets
to choose the next category and point level
2 – All answers must be formed as a question
3 – Patrols must raise hand to respond
4 – If no patrol raises their hand within 10 seconds, that
question expires and the answer is given
5 – Leaders will pick the first patrol who raises a hand
6 - The patrol has 10 more seconds to answer the question
7 – If a patrol is incorrect the points are deducted from their
score. If a patrol is correct the points are added to their score.
8 – If an incorrect answer is received other patrols may raise
hands for a second chance
8 – All decisions are final, no arguing
Round 1
Scout /
Tenderfoot
100
200
300
400
500
2nd
Class
100
200
300
400
500
1st
Class
100
200
300
400
500
Star / Life /
Eagle
100
200
300
400
500
Answer… Tenderfoot for 100
Do a Good Turn Daily
Your Question Please…
Question… Tenderfoot for 100
What is the Scout Slogan
Answer… Tenderfoot for 200
“Be Prepared”
Your Question Please…
Question… Tenderfoot for 200
What is the Scout Motto
Answer… Tenderfoot for 300
“As an American I will do my best to
be clean in my outdoor manners.
To be careful with fire.
To be considerate in the outdoors;
and to be conservation minded.”
Your Question Please…
Question… Tenderfoot for 300
What is the Outdoor Code
Answer… Tenderfoot for 400
Name the knot…
Your Question Please…
Question… Tenderfoot for 400
What is a square knot
Answer… Tenderfoot for 500
Identify this poisonous plant
Your Question Please…
Question… Tenderfoot for 500
What is Poison Oak
(clusters of 3;
rounded, oak shaped leaves)
Answer… 2nd Class for 100
This card is earned when a
Scout demonstrates how to
handle woodcutting tools
Your Question Please…
Question… 2nd Class for 100
What is the Totin Chip
Answer… 2nd Class for 200
Rotate the compass housing until N
touches the direction of travel arrow.
Place the edge of the compass along any
magnetic N line or along the magnetic
N arrow in the map legend.
Turn the map and compass as a unit
until you put “red Fred in the shed.”
Your Question Please…
Question… 2nd Class for 200
What is orienting a map
Answer… 2nd Class for 300
These parts make up an important
camping tool:
Handle
Head
Face
Butt
Blade
Bit
Your Question Please…
Question… 2nd Class for 300
What is an Ax
Answer… 2nd Class for 400
This injury is identified by the
following symptoms:
Redness and blisters
Charred flesh
Nerve damage
Possibly no pain is felt
Your Question Please…
Question… 2nd Class for 400
What is a Third Degree Burn
Answer… 2nd Class for 500
These precautions must be taken before you
can perform the activity:
Qualified supervision
Physical fitness
Safe Area
Lifeguards on Duty
Lookout
Buddy System
Discipline
Ability groups
Your Question Please…
Question… 2nd Class for 500
What is Safe Swimming
Answer… 1st Class for 100
This treatment is for a life
threatening issue:
Clear the airway
Perform rescue breathing
If chest is not rising, perform
Heimlich maneuver
Your Question Please…
Question… 1st Class for 100
What is stopped breathing and
choking
Answer… 1st Class for 200
This technique is used to
temporarily join two or more
sticks together.
Your Question Please…
Question… 1st Class for 200
What is lashing
Answer… 1st Class for 300
The “Stick” and the “Felling”
methods are used to perform
what action while hiking and
orienteering?
Your Question Please…
Question… 1st Class for 300
What is estimating an object’s
height
Answer… 1st Class for 400
These five signs are symptoms of a
serious, life-threatening illness:
Tightness in the chest
Unusual sweating
Nausea
Shortness of breath
Feeling weak
Your Question Please…
Question… 1st Class for 400
What is a heart attack
Answer… 1st Class for 500
These points are essential of ensure a safe activity
doing what?
Qualified Supervision
Physical Fitness
Swimming Ability
Lifejackets
Buddy System
Skill Proficiency
Planning
Equipment
Discipline
Your Question Please…
Question… 1st Class for 500
What is boating, rafting or
floating (tubing)
Answer… Star-Eagle for 100
What do these items have in
common?
First Aid
Environmental Science
Emergency Preparedness
Personal Management
Citizenship in the World
Your Question Please…
Question… Star-Eagle for 100
What are Eagle Required merit
badges
Answer… Star-Eagle for 200
This person is the leader of a
Boy Scout troop
Your Question Please…
Question… Star-Eagle for 200
Who is the Senior Patrol Leader
Answer… Star-Eagle for 300
The rank that requires 6 total
including 4 Eagle required
merit badges
Your Question Please…
Question… Star-Eagle for 300
What is Star Scout
Answer… Star-Eagle for 400
This rank requires that 6 hours
of service project work be
performed before advancing
Your Question Please…
Question… Star-Eagle for 400
What is Life Scout
Answer… Star-Eagle for 500
This rank advancement requires:
Active for at least 3 months since
last advancement
Earn 5 Merit Badges
Demonstrate Leadership
Demonstrate Scout Spirit
Your Question Please…
Question… Star-Eagle for 500
What is an Eagle Palm