These knot tying games are great to teach kiddos how to tie knots. Use them for Cub Scout den & pack meetings as well as gathering activities.
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. Below, you’ll find the exact requirements. Wolf Cub Scouts are second graders. Cub Scout Wolf rank requirements include topics such as hiking, playing games, communication skills, and our duty to our country.
Wolf Rank Requirements
1. Complete each of the following Wolf required adventures with your den or family:
a. Call of the Wild b. Council Fire c. Duty to God Footsteps d. Howling at the Moon e. Paws on the Path f. Running With the Pack
2. Complete one Wolf elective adventure 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 earn the Cyber Chip award for your age.* *If your family does not have Internet access at home AND you do not have ready Internet access at school or another public place or via a mobile device, the Cyber Chip portion of this requirement may be waived by your parent or adult partner. ============================================================================== Click on the arrow by the adventure you want to review. This will show the activities for the adventure and will give you a link to a page with the articles I’ve written to help you and your Cub Scout complete them.
Wolf Required Adventures
Your Cub Scout must complete all six of these adventures to earn his Wolf badge.
Wolf Adventure: Call of the Wild
Wolf Adventure: Council Fire (Duty to Country)
Wolf Adventure: Duty to God Footsteps
Fun ideas for this adventure coming soon!
Wolf Adventure: Howling at the Moon
Wolf Adventure: Paws on the Path
Wolf Adventure: Running With the Pack
Wolf Elective Adventures
Your Wolf must complete ONE of these adventures to earn his Wolf 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.
Wolf Elective Adventure: Adventures in Coins
Wolf Elective Adventure: Air of the Wolf
Wolf Elective Adventure: Code of the Wolf
Wolf Elective Adventure: Cubs Who Care
Wolf Elective Adventure: Digging in the Past
Wolf Elective Adventure: Finding Your Way
Wolf Elective Adventures: Germs Alive!
Wolf Elective Adventures: Paws of Skill
Wolf Elective Adventures: Spirit of the Water
Click here for fun ideas for this adventure.
Make a fun popsicle stick bird feeder craft! This kids’ activity is super easy for all ages. All you need are craft sticks, glue, and string.
Kids will enjoy making a plastic bottle bird feeder. It’s a great craft activity idea for Cub Scouts, Girl Scouts, or homeschoolers.
Earning the Cub Scout Cyber Chip is a requirement for each rank in the program. Created by the BSA and Netsmartz, it is a tool to help keep kids safe when they’re online. Find out about the Cub Scout Cyber Chip requirements, the internet safety pledge, and how to update the chip.
Making a toilet paper roll bird feeder is a great activity for kids of all ages. Simple and quick, it’s a perfect recycled craft.
Take the 30 day Cub Scout challenge! Work on both required and elective adventures from your home. Get calendars for Lions, Wolves, Bears, and Webelos and Arrows of Light.
Make a dinosaur dig without Plaster of Paris! You only need cornstarch and water. Fun activity for Cub Scout Wolf adventure, Digging in the Past.
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.
Get a FREE printable Coin War game. Perfect for kids who need practice adding up coins. Great game for the Wolf Cub Scout adventure, Adventures in Coins.
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.
Has your pack defined acceptable uses of technology at Cub Scout events? You’ll need to so that the boy can earn the Cub Scout Cyber Chip.
Ahoy, mateys! Need some fun pirate skits for your Cub Scouts? Check out these scripts for 7 skits and audience participation stories.
Learn how to conduct a Cub Scout flag ceremony. Free printable cheat sheet script included! This flag ceremony can be used at den and pack meetings.
Building a chemical reaction car is super easy! Fueled by vinegar and baking soda, these cars are fun to watch. And making one will meet requirements for these Cub Scout adventures: Wolf Motor Away and Webelos & Arrow of Light Adventures in Science.