The Webelos Cyber Chip requirements help the Scouts understand the potential impact of the internet in a more tangible way by using “Teachable Recipes.” Learn how to easily integrate this Cub Scout Cyber Chip requirement into your den meetings.
Cub Scouting’s Pinewood Derby is an exciting event! But sometimes, it can be a bit long for the younger siblings. Have the kids make Raisin Racers, a fun craft combined with a snack!
Learning the Scout Oath and Law is fun for your Cub Scouts with these simple puzzles made from craft sticks. Perfect for gathering activities or any time. Do any of you remember playing the game Pick Up Sticks where you dropped a handful of sticks on the table then tried to pick them up one …
Packs can have a simple Raingutter Regatta by turning it into a Recycled Raingutter Regatta! For this environmentally friendly activity, you don’t need kits–just stuff from your recycling bin and a few supplies.
Celebrate Campsgiving by spending time outdoors with your loved ones. You don’t have to plan an actual camping trip–just head out your back door!
Christmas gift exchange games can make your Cub Scout party super fun! Lefty Elf will have the boys laughing as they try to keep up.
Halloween Cub Scout skits are fun for October den and pack meetings! Your Cub Scouts will love acting out these 5 “creepy” skits.
Balloon games are super fun for Cub Scouts. They can be part of your planned den meeting, or you can use them any time the Scouts get restless!
Make a hero (sandwich) with your Cub Scouts! This activity works great for the Cub Scout elective adventures, Build My Own Hero and Hometown Heroes.
Service is a big part of the Scouting program. Find 27 Cub Scout service project ideas to help your Scouts reap the benefits of volunteering.
Do you need ideas on how to earn the Cub Scout National Summertime Pack Award? Look no further than this epic list of 75 activities! In addition to the award requirements, you’ll find great Cub Scout summer activities that will keep the kids engaged and involved.
Looking for fun outdoor Cub Scout games? You’ve found them! The best part is that they are super easy and need only readily available supplies.
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.
Learn how to make a tape or Saran Wrap ball! Use this when you play the Saran Wrap ball game. Perfect for family gatherings or kids parties–and Cub Scouts!
Scouting and knot tying go together. Use some of these free resources to help your Cub Scouts learn how to tie scouting knots.
Looking for ideas for gifts the boys can make? Check out this cool DIY chess board.
Do your Cub Scouts like cootie catchers? Use them to help the boys learn. Click here to grab your FREE Cub Scout cootie catcher template to create your own!