Good Cub Scout gathering activities can start a meeting out on a great note. So, I was excited when I found this online puzzle maker. With A to Z Teacher Stuff, you can make your own custom word searches and crossword puzzles.
If you need a fun, quick activity to do after a passive task, energize your boys with the Rattlesnake Game!
A milk carton or a paper bag is the rattlesnake. Or if you left the milk carton at home like I did, look in your supply bin and grab something that’s about the same size to use.
Put your rattlesnake on the floor, and have the boys form a circle around it. Each boy will grasp his neighbor’s hands. Continue reading
You’ll need a length of rope (if you’re playing in the grass) or some sidewalk chalk (if you’re playing on concrete or pavement). You’ll also need balls of all different sizes–basketballs, soccer balls, beach balls, etc. Continue reading
Don’t you just love those cute little Tigers? They are adorable! But then you try to teach them the Cub Scout Bobcat requirements. Between the boys asking when they’re going home and if they’re getting a snack, it’s hard to keep their attention!
We do have to remember they’re first graders, so it’s up to us to find fun ways for them to learn the important Bobcat requirements such as the Scout Oath and the Scout Law. Continue reading
Do you need a quick game to get the boys moving? Have they sat just a little too long and need to stretch? Do you need a simple Cub Scout gathering activity?
While the Cub Scouts Good Manners Belt Loop has been retired, the Scout Law reminds us that a Scout is courteous.
These good manners activities are perfect for the Tiger elective adventure, Earning Your Stripes. They’ll also work for a pack meeting where the theme is Courteous.