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 helpful hints for planning Cub Scout projects. I share some of the things I learned when working with my Scouts on projects.
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.
Boys and rockets make a great combination, so why not host a Rocket Academy recruiting event? Read all the details here!
Cub Scout community service projects should be hands-on.
By leading their own meetings, Webelos can learn some valuable lessons that will help them with the Webelos to Boy Scout transition.
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!
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 great Cub Scout crossover ceremony to celebrate your Webelos’ transition to Scouts BSA? Check out these seven crossover ceremonies!
Wondering how the old Webelos requirements compare to the new ones? Get your copy of a spreadsheet that shows you exactly that!
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.
Help your Webelos learn about food safety while cooking outdoors.
Learn how to safely build a fire.