Check out these lists of easy, no equipment needed activities that fulfill Cub Scout adventure requirements. Great for campouts and other events!
When I was at the Philmont Training Center a few weeks ago, one of our instructors told us that the Outdoor Ethics Awareness Award and the Outdoor Ethics Action Award had been retired. This wasn’t a secret, but I didn’t want to share with you until I had some documentation. The news has now been …
Great resource for planning and hosting a geocaching event for your Cub Scout den or pack!
Celebrate National Smores Day with fun ways to make the yummy camping treat, awesome recipe alternatives, and a few smores games too!
Boys and rockets are a great combination. Learn how to build & launch a rocket using 35mm film containers, Alka-Seltzers & water. Great Cub Scout activity.
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.
Looking for a unique card game to play while you’re camping? Read our review of Toasted and Roasted.
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.
The sillier, the better when it comes to Cub Scout skits! Find six simple, easy and silly skits your Cub Scouts can perform without much practice.
Play this fun game to help your Cub Scouts learn what to do in severe weather situations that might occur while you’re camping.
Need a fun way to teach your Cub Scouts campfire safety? How about with an edible campfire?