When my older son, Parker, was a Bear Scout, my husband worked on wiring a ceiling fan for our patio. He was connecting the electrical into an outlet in one of our bedrooms, and he called Parker into the room to watch.
With my husband’s help, Parker used a pair of pliers to bend the ground wire into a hook. He then used a screwdriver to screw the outlet cover back on.
Just like that, Parker had completed part of the Bear Adventure: Baloo the Builder 1! Continue reading
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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
“Did little Johnny attend the Cub Scout den meeting when we did requirement 3?” “Was my child at the pack meeting when the park ranger talked?”
Have you ever been asked these questions? I have, and unfortunately, I don’t always have the answer! That can be frustrating when you’re compiling awards. Continue reading
One of the most important parts of Cub Scouts is advancement. Advancement is a great way to give the boys a sense of accomplishment as they complete the different parts of each adventure. Continue reading