The aim of the Technik-Sternli is to teach children age-appropriate Jungschart techniques. Relays are ideal for regularly refreshing all technical areas.

The diamond knot is a beautiful decorative knot.

Taster afternoon of the Jungschar Benaja Seedorf with:

- ropeway
- big rope bridge
- picnic

Experiencing history: Hebrews/Egyptians with the plagues that go with it

The board loop is used to attach a board for a swing, for example. Two loops are placed around the board and the inner loop is then pulled over the board.

The tether knot is suitable for tying people up. It is further developed from the pole knot.

The mason's knot is suitable for attaching to trees or for hauling beams and logs with a rope. It is a tapered loop and holds only under tension. The knot is also called a carpenter's knot.

The Bretzel, also called Schiffer or half blow, is used to fasten a taut rope to a tree or mast. He is a tapered noose.

Adventure with the EXPLORER youth group, Uznach

Jungschar program, invited: non-believing youth

The stopper hitch is a knot that clamps when loaded and slides when unloaded. Similar to the Prusik.

To knot the monkey fist (a ball) is not so difficult and does not take as much time as many think. The monkey fist is mainlyused as a decorative knot.

According to Wikipedia, the monkey fist is also called Schmeissknoten, Kindskopf or Monkeyhead.

Relay? No! No way. That's way too dangerous, and what could happen there!

We want to show you that abseiling doesn't have to be any more dangerous than playing cross-country in the woods. If you observe the basic safety precautions, then abseiling becomes a good and special event that will be remembered for a long time.

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for complete article with pictures of knots, carabiners, etc

The sheet hitch is a suitable knot to connect unequal thicknesses. It is related to the Samaritan and the bowline.