How many times has your Cub Scout misplaced his cap? How many water bottles have you purchased to replace lost ones? Easily keep up with all your Cub Scout gear by using Mabel’s Labels!
The Cub Scout program has a vocabulary all its own! If your family is just starting out, you’ll hear Cub Scout terms being tossed around at every den and pack meeting. This list of 25 terms will help you out as you become familiar with the program.
“Why should my child be a Cub Scout?” Experiencing new things, developing character, setting goals, learning skills, and of course, being outdoors are the top five reasons why my son is a Cub Scout.
Packs can have a simple Raingutter Regatta by turning it into a Recycled Raingutter Regatta! For this environmentally friendly activity, you don’t need kits–just stuff from your recycling bin and a few supplies.
Want to find out what requirements you can cover during that activity at your next pack meeting? This “Cub Scout Connections” resource identifies common themes and shows the requirements for each rank that fit each theme. Great tool for planning multi-rank events and activities!
Enter to win 11 cool stocking stuffers for outdoorsy kids and a Boy Scouts of America stocking! These are perfect for any kids who love being outdoors.