1. The aim of Scouting is quite a simple one.
2. His work is merely to give the boy the ambitions and desire to learn for himself.
3. That is to done by suggesting to him activities which attract him, and which then teach him by failing to work, till he, by experience, does them alright.
4. The numerous branches and details given in Scouting for Boys merely suggest activities from which he may select those likely to catch the different kinds of boys.