Many packs hold a special Arrow of Light ceremony to honor boys who have earned Cub Scout’s highest rank. Check out the top 10 Arrow of Light ceremonies.
If you want to learn how to fold Cub Scout neckerchiefs, check out this post. You’ll find out the easiest way ever to fold or roll it.
Earning the Cub Scout Cyber Chip is a requirement for each rank in the program. Created by the BSA and Netsmartz, it is a tool to help keep kids safe when they’re online. Find out about the Cub Scout Cyber Chip requirements, the internet safety pledge, and how to update the chip.
Making a toilet paper roll bird feeder is a great activity for kids of all ages. Simple and quick, it’s a perfect recycled craft.
Use this fun germ magnet game to teach kids the importance of washing their hands. Perfect for the Wolf Cub Scout adventure, Germs Alive.
Learn how to make armpit fudge! Yes, it sounds so gross, but kids love it! It’s a fun activity that is also a snack–perfect for groups such as Cub Scouts, Girl Scouts, or church youth groups.
Check out my Bitsbox review. Kids learn to code with fun activities every month. This is a great way for Cub Scouts to complete the Game Design adventure!
The Cub Scout Nova award Swing! is a great STEM activity for kids. Learn about requirement 2, and find links to all the other requirements.