1. Give a report to your parents about an Adventurer function.
2. Make a reporter scrapbook that includes at least three Adventurer outings.
3. Watch or listen to the news for one week and prepare a short report on the major news items.
4. Listen to announcements at church and read the church bulletin.
a. Put bulletin announcements in your scrapbook.
b. Circle the events you were most interested in.
5. Talk with your pastor or Sabbath school teacher. In your scrapbook include:
a. A drawing of the person (include name and tell where he or she works)
b. Describe what he or she likes best about his or her work.
6. Keep your reporter scrapbook for at least two months.
1. Have a sharing time in your Adventurer meeting so each child will have practice in sharing a "report" with others. Help them learn to put events in order, and encourage them to tell their parents about an Adventurer function. Start a simple "Reporter" scrapbook. Let each child design a cover with his or her name on it. Typing paper or unlined notebook paper would be appropriate. To get started, give the children a copy of an Adventurer announcement to place in their scrapbooks.
2. Make a scrapbook story using magazine pictures or pictures the Adventurer has drawn and colored. A sibling, parent, or friend may need to help. Have the children print captions below the pictures to describe the items. Have the children share what they learned.
3. Encourage the Adventurers to listen to news on radio or television to know what is going on in the community and the world.
4. Have the Adventurers tell you about the announcements and the church bulletin. Ask which were most interesting to the children.
5. Help each Adventurer set up an appointment for an interview with a pastor, Sabbath school teacher, or school teacher. Prepare those adults for participation in this activity.
6. Work on the "Reporter" scrapbook for at least two months. Add clippings of interesting school, church, and community activities. This may be a group activity, but each child should make his or her own scrapbook.