Printable Time Capsule Questionnaire for Cub Scouts

time capsule questionnaire for cub scoutsThe Webelos and Arrow of Light elective adventure, Looking Back, Looking Forward, is a fun way to show the Cub Scouts how the past has influenced the present.

One of the requirements is to “create your own time capsule.”  I’ll tell you more about the time capsules my son’s den created in a later post.

As I was planning the den meeting where we made them, I found lots of printable time capsule questionnaires.  But I wanted something that would help the boys remember their Cub Scouting career.  Since there isn’t anything like that, I decided to create my own!

time capsule questionnaire for cub scoutsThe time capsule questionnaire has two pages.  The first has questions like the name of your son’s Cubmaster and den leader, his favorite Cub Scout activities and the ranks he’s earned.  The second page has space to record all of the adventures (or belt loops and pins) he has completed and all of the day camps or resident camps he’s attended.

The plan was to have the boys fill them out and put them in the time capsule.  When they open it, they can see what their 11 year old handwriting was like.  I hope my son’s has improved by then!  🙂  If you’re making a Cub Scout scrapbook, you can put the form in there too.

To download your copy, simply click on this link.

Time Capsule Questionnaire for Cub Scouts

Even if your son isn’t working on the Looking Back, Looking Forward adventure, this is a fun way to record his Cub Scouting career.

What will you use the questionnaire for?

Yours in Scouting,

P.S.  Click here to find helpful ideas for all of the Arrow of Light adventures.

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One thought on “Printable Time Capsule Questionnaire for Cub Scouts

  1. Hank Coleman

    Great printable! Love it. I also created pre-formatted timelines to help my Webelos with the Scouting timeline and the virtual journey as well. The only change that I would have made to your printable is to ask them to list all of their den field trips and then pick their favorites. I love to see what they’ve done when they were younger with other den leaders too instead of just listing their favorites. I think they’ll only list the most recent ones if I don’t spur them to think bigger. Great post and printable! Thanks again!


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