Making Alka Seltzer rockets is a cool STEM activity for kids of all ages! Find out how they work and how to make, decorate, and launch them.
Learn how to make a solar hot dog cooker from a Pringles can! Super fun and easy project for kids. Perfect STEM activity for Cub Scouts.
Want a portable charcoal grill that’s perfect for camping, tailgating, or picnicking? Find out about the HERO Grill! No mess and easy to use.
A quick guide to show families how to geocache! It’s a great activity for kids. Geocaching will get Cub Scouts outdoors, which is where we want them to be.
Looking for activities for your Cub Scout recruitment, roundup, or signup night? Find 7 great ideas that will make your recruiting night a success!
One of the most popular day camp activities is the Cub Scout shooting sports program. Find out the awards requirements and safety rules.
Hiking games can make any hike more fun for Cub Scouts or for any kids! Check out these eight ideas that are sure to be hits on your next hike.
This fun Cub Scout Outdoor Code printable puzzle is a great way to introduce the Code to younger Scouts and helps the older Scouts memorize it.
Learn how to safely make s’mores on the campfire during your next campout. Keep your Cub Scouts safe around the fire as they make these easy classic treats.
Find out what the best Cub Scout tents for camping are! These 5 tents were the most recommended by Cub Scout families for fun and easy campouts.
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!
Trail mix is a tasty treat for your outdoor activities. And it’s one of the Cub Scout Six Essentials. Use one of these 10 great recipes to make your own!
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.
Make a pizza box oven with your kids! You can make s’mores without the campfire–all you need is sun. The pizza box solar ovens are quick and easy to make.
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.
Scouting and knot tying go together. Use some of these free resources to help your Cub Scouts learn how to tie scouting knots.
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.