The Tiger Den Leader guide says, “This adventure will introduce Tigers ot the concept of teamwork and also to the idea that–even at a young age–they can make a difference in the world. Some of the activities in this adventure are home-based and involve the family and/or the adult partner,m and others are to be performed with the den.”
Read on to discover this adventure’s requirements and fun ways to complete them!
Complete Requirements 1 and 2 plus at least two others.
With your parent, guardian, other caring adult, or den, talk about what it means to be part of a team. List some of the teams you are on (den, pack, family, class, etc.). and explain how you can help each one.
With your den, talk about your Tiger team. Then make a chart showing all the different ways team members can help the den. Volunteer to take your turn doing at least two different jobs, one of which is leading the Pledge of Allegiance.
With your family, talk about how family members each have a role in the family team. Then pick a job that you will do to help the team. Follow through by doing that job at least three times during the next three weeks.
With your den or family, participate as a team in a service project that helps our country or your community.
With your den, make a chart or picture showing how you and your teammates make a better team because you are alike in some ways but different in others. [/expand]
When I attended the Philmont training session for the new Cub Scout program, I heard a new term, participatory citizenship. It encompasses civic awareness and patriotism, service and stewardship. This topic was one of the organizing principles of the new Cub Scout program.
In the new program, a service project is included in a required adventure for every rank (and even some electives). Here are the requirements: Continue reading →