Does your son love sports–playing or watching them? There are opportunities to do both in the 2015 Cub Scout program!
Three ranks include attending a sporting event with your den or family. The requirements are:
Tiger Adventure: Games Tigers Play 4 – Find out how being active is part of being healthy. While at a sporting event, ask a player or coach why he or she thinks it is important to be active.
Wolf Elective Adventures: Paws of Skill 6 – Visit a sporting event with your family or your den. Look for ways the team works together. Share your visit with your den. Continue reading
The new Cub Scout adventure program has several food activities. For some of them, the boys are bringing a nutritious snack to their den meetings. For others, they are planning and preparing a nutritious meal for their families or for a campout.
Regardless, the boys will need to identify healthy foods. What better way to learn than with Cub Scout nutrition games! Continue reading
The lowly paper plate is something that should be in everyone’s Cub Scout den bucket. Boys can turn them into puppets, frisbees, masks and drawing canvases just to mention a few.
They don’t need to be expensive–just a pack from the Dollar Tree. If you have a few in your supplies, you can easily play a game to keep the boys busy during a lull in a Cub Scout den or pack meeting. Continue reading