Pocketknife safety is important for Cub Scouts to learn. A requirement for the Cub Scout Whittling Chip, it’s also just good information for them to know.
Scouting and knot tying go together. Use some of these free resources to help your Cub Scouts learn how to tie scouting knots.
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.
Need Cub Scout gathering activity and den game ideas? The Genius of Play website has them and also explains why play is important to a child’s development.
Is your Cub Scout working on the Bear elective adventure, Critter Care? Here you’ll find resources that he can use to fulfill the requirements.
The Cub Scout Six Essentials are the tools that our boys need for hiking and other outdoor activities. Do you know what’s included? Find out by reading up on the 6 essentials.
Cub Scout community service projects should be hands-on.
Local parks and nature centers often have great programs. Some are specifically designed for Cub Scouts.
Kids will love learning how to build a table with these plans. It’s an easy Cub Scout woodworking project that’s great for all elementary-school aged kids!
Teach your kids woodworking skills while they build this awesome chair! Perfect for the Cub Scout Webelos and Arrow of Light Build It adventure.
Get your free woodworking plans for a simple wooden tray! Kids of all ages will love building their very own tray out of wood. Perfect project for Cub Scout adventures, Baloo the Builder and Build It.
Cooking outdoors is a skill that Cub Scouts learn. If you want to go beyond hamburgers and hot dogs, visit this post for some great cookbook suggestions.
Resources to help your Bear Cub Scout complete the Beat of the Drum elective adventure which involves learning about Native American Indian culture.