Games Tigers Play requirement 3 is an example of boys interacting at pack meetings. It reads, “Make up a new game, and play it with your family or members of your den or pack.”
Critter Care is a Bear adventure that shows an example of a boy participating in a pack meeting. Requirement 3 is, “Make a poster about your pet or a pet you would like to own. Share your poster with your den, pack, or family.”
Neither of these adventures require that the activity be done at a pack meeting, but it is one of the options. This is a great way to have your Cub Scout be more involved in his pack.
The best way to make sure your Cub Scouts have an opportunity to finish their adventure requirements at a pack meeting is to add it to your pack meeting plans. And I have a handy resource to make this easy for you!
Annaleis Smith, a Cub Scout leader from the Utah National Parks Council, compiled a list of the adventure requirements that can be done at a pack meeting. She has graciously allowed me to share it with you. You can download the document by clicking the link below:
This isn’t the first time that Annaleis has allowed me to share one of her resources. She was on a task force for her council that found correlations between the LDS Faith in God program and the Cub Scout program. You can get a copy of their document here.
A huge thank you goes out to Annaleis! Thanks so much for allowing me to share this awesome resource!
Yours in Scouting,
P.S. For more pack meeting ideas and information, check out these posts!