Make learning the Cub Scout Bobcat requirements fun by playing the Bobcat Balloon Bust game.
The “Beans in a Can” game makes a great Cub Scout gathering activity.
Cub Scout leader training is available online. Read about two tips that may save you time and aggravation in the future.
Glass marble Cub Scout magnets make a great volunteer appreciation gift for den leaders. They are quick, easy and inexpensive to make.
Looking for Cub Scout scrapbook information and ideas? You can find them in this article.
Cub Scout scrapbooks are a wonderful way of preserving the memories we are making with our sons on their Scouting journey.
There is one very important tip to remember when buying your son’s Cub Scout Uniform. Read this article to find out what it is!
While the Cubmaster is the public “face” of the Cub Scout pack, the Pack Committee is responsible for the administrative details of running the pack.
Learn how to make armpit fudge for those boys who are allergic to dairy.
Learning about being courteous doesn’t have to be boring for the boys! These fun manners activities will hold their attention.
International Mud Day is a great day to teach your kids how to make a mud pie!
Fourth in the series, this article describes how gardening can be beneficial to your son while earning him Cub Scout credit at the same time.
Cub Scouts vs. Sports – Check out this fun video!
Third in a six part series, this article details all of the Cub Scout requirements and electives that going for a hike will satisfy.
Bikes and boys just go together. Take a bike ride with your son this summer, and he can get Cub Scout credit.
First in a series about earning Cub Scout credit for summer family fun activities, this article will tell you what your son can check off for a picnic.
Use Boys’ Life Magazine for fun Cub Scout pack jokes!
Purchase dollar store glass containers and etch them for permanent Cub Scout Leader appreciation gifts