Monday, May 18, 2015

Girl Scout Camp Helpers

A kaper is a job or chore that must be done. In Girl Scouting, a kaper chart is prepared which indicates all the jobs available and who is responsible for each one. We let the girls pick the creature they wanted to use to represent their patrol.

This is a handwashing station. It was made by lashing together three PVC pipes. A golf tee keeps the water from coming out between washings. You can hang a soap pump or a bar or soap inside a piece of nylon panty hose. The bucket catches the excess water to keep a puddle from forming underneath.


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  2. Can you share a larger picture of your camp kaper chart?