For the Tiger Cub Scout adventure, Stories in Shapes, the boys use tangrams to make images. Read about a great resource to help with this requirement.
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.
Taking your Cub Scout pack hiking? Check out these resources to help you complete specific hiking requirements for multiple Cub Scout ranks.
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.
Check out these free family tree templates. You can use them for both a Tiger and Webelos/AOL elective.
Tips for attending a sporting event with your Cub Scout den.
Do you need a quick, fun Cub Scout game that can be played indoors or outdoors? The Rattlesnake game is perfect for this.
Cub Scout community service projects should be hands-on.
Find out what your Cub Scout can do on National Meteor Watch Day to complete some requirements. Will they see some meteors?
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!
Make sure your Cub Scout knows all the bicycle safety rules by using these great printables. You’ll also find resources for planning your own bike rodeo.
Learning about nutrition can be boring, but not when you have some cool Cub Scout nutrition activities & games!
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.
Easy plans for Cub Scouts to use to build a birdhouse.
The best bird identification guide for Cub Scouts whose leaders aren’t bird watchers!
Check out the fun summer activities for kids ebook, and learn how they can count toward Cub Scout advancement.
Cub Scout hiking games are a fun way to get the kids outside. The games encourage them to explore their surroundings while they’re hiking.