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.
Cub Scouting is all about adventure! To earn their rank badge, Cub Scouts complete seven “adventures,” which are collections of themed, multidisciplinary activities. They also complete safety exercises.
Tiger Scouts are first grade boys and girls. To participate in Cub Scouts, Tigers must have an adult partner attend all meetings with them. Tiger Scout requirements explore topics such as nature, games, teamwork, and healthy eating.
Tiger Rank Requirements
1. Complete each of the following Tiger Required Adventures with your den or family:
a. My Tiger Jungle
b. Games Tigers Play
c. My Family’s Duty to God
d. Team Tiger
e. Tiger Bites
f. Tigers in the Wild
2. Complete one Tiger Elective Adventures of your den or family’s choosing.
3. With your parent or adult partner, complete the exercises in the pamphlet How to Protect Your Children From Child Abuse: A Parent’s Guide, and watch the Protect Yourself Rules video for your grade.
Tiger Required Adventures
Your Cub Scout must complete all six of these adventures to earn his Tiger badge.
Tiger Adventure: My Tiger Jungle
Tiger Adventure: Games Tigers Play
Tiger Adventure: Tiger Circles: Duty to God
Fun ideas for this adventure coming soon!
Tiger Adventure: Team Tiger
Tiger Adventure: Tiger Bites
Tiger Adventure: Tigers in the Wild
Tiger Elective Adventures
Your Tiger must complete ONE of these adventures to earn his Tiger rank badge. But you aren’t limited to just one–your family or your den may choose to do as many of these as you would like.
Tiger Elective Adventure: Curiosity, Intrigue, and Magical Mysteries
Tiger Elective Adventure: Floats and Boats
Tiger Elective Adventure: Good Knights
Tiger Elective Adventure: Rolling Tigers
Tiger Elective Adventure: Sky Is the Limit
Tiger Elective Adventure: Stories in Shapes
Tiger Elective Adventure: Tiger-iffic!
Tiger Elective Adventure: Tiger: Safe and Smart
Tiger Elective Adventure: Tiger Tag
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