This month, the Cadet Quest theme is GRANDPARENTS, and we take a “relatively” close look at these important relatives.
While you’re reading this issue, you’ll want to take a close look for these objects hidden throughout the magazine!
Executive Director Steve Bootsma introduces the theme, writing about the names we give our grandparents, and the memories we make with them.
In a short work of fiction, “The Phone Call,” young Kyle learns that we need to make the most of the opportunities we have to communicate with our grandparents.
“Where’s My Gramps?” is a short story that helps boys realize their grandparents may go through changes, but grandparents’ love for their grandchildren is constant.
Another story, “Granddad,” relates how a boy named James deals positively with the death of his grandfather.
This issue also includes a scavenger hunt that will give you a head start on the Cadet History and Organization merit badge.
Our Fun & Games section has lots to do with grandparents, including a “Grandpa and Grandma” language matching game, a family tree puzzle, and jokes for and about families.
The regular features of Cadet Quest magazine are also included: craft projects (this month there are five gifts you can make from popsicle sticks!), our spotlight on a cadet club, the Casey’s Cadre comic, and the A and B Bible lessons.
That’s a quick overview of the December 2020 Cadet Quest magazine. We hope you’ll read and enjoy it! You might even learn something about your family along the way. Until the next issue, enjoy Cadet Quest!
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