The theme for this month’s Cadet Quest is SCHOOLS AROUND THE WORLD, and there’s lots to see and do in this issue.
Speaking of seeing – be sure to look for the objects hidden in the magazine.
Executive Director Steve Bootsma writes about his own school experience and reminds us that God is in control of our learning.
Since we’re talking about schools this month, it makes sense to highlight the Scholarship badge. Work through this page, and you’ll have a great start on this badge.
The article “Learning Everywhere” acts as an introduction to our topic, comparing and contrasting the many differences – and similarities – of SCHOOLS AROUND THE WORLD.
For some examples of SCHOOLS AROUND THE WORLD, take a closer look at The Esther School in Zambia…
… and the Floating Schools of Bangladesh. (Yes, I said, “Floating Schools!)
… as well as Schooling in El Salvador, with bonus “Facts About Salvadoran Schools.”
“What’s for Lunch?” takes a look at what students around the world eat at school, and gives you the chance to build and compare your own lunch menu.
This month’s craft project is a wood block lantern. Use little blocks and have big fun putting this project together.
Our Fun and Games pages are school-themed, too! Have a laugh with the jokes, and challenge yourself with the puzzles.
The usual A Lesson and B Lesson Bible studies are included…
… along with the Casey’s Cadre comic.
That’s a quick overview of the November 2021 Cadet Quest magazine. We hope you’ll read it all, learn a few things, and have loads of fun. Until the next issue, enjoy Cadet Quest!
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