Frequently Asked Questions
Welcome to the Onizuka Day of Exploration! We are excited to have you as part of this event and can't wait to see what you have in store for the visitors. Your interactive booth will provide an opportunity for visitors to engage and participate in hands-on activities that demonstrate the principles of scouting.
To create an engaging and interactive experience for visitors.
To showcase the skills and principles of scouting.
To provide a memorable and fun experience for visitors.
Make sure your booth is visually appealing and easy to navigate.
Provide hands-on activities or games that showcase the principles of scouting.
Use props, materials, and equipment that are safe for visitors.
Have a clear and concise explanation of each activity.
Provide opportunities for visitors to ask questions and learn more about scouting.
Encourage visitors to share their experience on social media with the event hashtag #onizukaday
Props and materials to create a visually appealing booth.
Equipment and supplies needed for each activity.
Signs and posters to explain each activity.
Handouts and materials for visitors to take with them.
Build a bridge: Provide materials such as popsicle sticks, glue, and cardboard, and challenge children to build the strongest bridge they can. They can test their bridges by adding weight to see how much it can hold.
Robot race: Create a simple obstacle course and let children race their homemade robots made with materials like cardboard boxes, motors, and wheels.
Balloon-powered cars: Provide materials like cardboard, straws, and balloons, and challenge children to build a car powered by air pressure from a balloon.
Paper planes: Provide different types of paper and challenge children to make the longest-flying paper plane.
Jenga tower: Create a giant Jenga tower using foam blocks and challenge children to see how high they can build it before it falls.
Marshmallow structures: Provide marshmallows and toothpicks and challenge children to build the tallest structure they can.
Electric circuits: Provide materials like batteries, wires, and light bulbs, and challenge children to build a circuit that lights up a bulb.
Lego building challenge: Provide a variety of Lego bricks and challenge children to build the tallest, strongest, or most creative structure they can.
Science Buddies (sciencebuddies.org)
NASA Kids' Club (www.nasa.gov/kidsclub)
Little Bins for Little Hands (littlebinsforlittlehands.com)
Coder Kids (coderkids.com)
National Geographic Kids (kids.nationalgeographic.com)
Wonder Workshop (www.makewonder.com)
These websites offer a range of activities, including hands-on projects, experiments, coding challenges, and educational games.