The Cub Scout National Summertime Pack Award recognizes packs that are active during summer. Scouts can also earn den & individual awards.
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The “Beans in a Can” game makes a great Cub Scout gathering activity.
Need funny Cub Scout jokes for your den or pack meeting? Check out 25+ hilarious jokes that are kid-friendly & Scout appropriate!
Get your free Cub Scout Blue and Gold Banquet program templates. You can personalize them with your pack’s information!
Cub Scout ornaments are a great way to commemorate your child’s time in Scouting. Grab one of these keepsakes to add to your Christmas tree.
Play this fun game to help your Cub Scouts learn what to do in severe weather situations that might occur while you’re camping.
The Protect Yourself Rules adventure and the Yo-Yo adventure have been added to the Cub Scout program. Learn all the details in this post.
Earning the Cub Scout Whittling Chip is a rite of passage for Bear Scouts as they learn pocketknife safety! See all the Whittling Chip requirements here.
Learning the Cub Scout Bobcat requirements is the first step that new Cub Scouts must take to earn their rank badge. Get a free printable to help them!
Are your Webelos working on the First Responder adventure? Learn how to make a mini Cub Scout first aid kit with ideas for 3 different containers.
Your Cub Scout can make a handmade hiking stick. This fun craft project is useful and can bring back fond memories when they hike with it for years to come.
Check out these glow stick games and activities. They can make summer nights or campouts super fun for the entire family.
These knot tying games are great to teach kiddos how to tie knots. Use them for Cub Scout den & pack meetings as well as gathering activities.
Learning the Scout Oath and Scout Law may seem difficult especially for younger kids. Use these Scout memory games to make the learning fun!
The Cub Scout Arrow of Light arrow striping details their Cub Scout career. Learn what the stripes mean and how to place them on the arrow’s shaft.
Looking for robot ideas you can make at home? Learn how to make super cool toothbrush robots. They’re fun, inexpensive, and easy to construct.
Communication is important for our Cub Scout packs and dens. A super easy and flexible way to share information with our Scouting families is through the Spond app! Read about all the features of this awesome tool!
Cub Scouts have been enjoying Scout Life magazine (formerly known as Boys’ Life) for many years. Children can find articles about fun hobbies, projects, and even Pinewood Derby cars. Find out the top 10 reasons why your Cub Scout needs a Scout Life magazine subscription.