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If you’re using a Cub Scout tracking spreadsheet for your pack’s advancement, you’ll want to take a look at this better option. Scoutbook is an incredible online tool to track your son’s Scouting journey.Continue reading →
Halloween is such a fun time for kids, and our pack meetings can make it even more exciting.
A couple of good Cub Scout Halloween skits are just the thing to get our boys in the spooky mood! While I wasn’t able to find as many as I would have liked, I have compiled a couple for you. Continue reading →
Bears and Wolves have electives related to Native American culture. They should be used to help our Cub Scouts learn about the rich culture of American Indians. Below you’ll find some activities and resources that can help complete these electives.
Wolf Elective 10 – American Indian Lore
1. Read a book or tell a story about American Indians, past or present.
2. Make a musical instrument American Indians used.
3. Make traditional American Indian clothing.
4. Make a traditional item or instrument that American Indians used to make their lives easier.
5. Make a model of a traditional American Indian house.
6. Learn 12 American Indian word pictures and write a story with them. Continue reading →
At our annual pack picnic in September, we present awards earned over the summer. Since we’re trying to add some fun to our Cub Scout awards ceremonies, I wanted to use the picnic idea as our theme.
My first thought was ants, but I couldn’t think of how to use them. Then I thought about picnic baskets, and after a quick look on Pinterest, I realized I could make them from brown paper lunch bags. They would be really cute with a red gingham napkin! But our Cub Scouts don’t want cute!Continue reading →
September 17, 1787 is the day the United States Constitution was signed, so we celebrate Constitution and Citizenship Day on September 17th every year.
One of the purposes of Cub Scouts is to learn citizenship. In fact, that’s one of the main reasons we’re involved in Scouting. I want my boys to grow up to be good citizens, and I’m not sure they can learn that without being involved in a group. Not only will they learn about citizenship, but they will also have the opportunity to practice it too.Continue reading →