Our kids need to know how and when to call 911. These fun activities include tips and ideas on teaching this emergency preparedness life skill.
There are several benefits to buying your child’s next Cub Scout handbook or manual in the summer. Keep ’em busy and complete some requirements at the same time!
Are your Webelos working on the First Responder adventure? Learn how to make a mini Cub Scout first aid kit with ideas for 3 different containers.
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.
One of the tenants of Scouting is a reverence to God and a respect for all religions. And for Scouting families who want to go the extra mile, the Cub Scout Religious Emblems program is there. Read on to learn how your Scout can earn emblems in your faith of choice!
Check out these 15 Cub Scout Blue and Gold centerpieces for your next banquet. From simple to elaborate, you’ll find the perfect one for your pack’s event!
Looking for ideas for awesome DIY Pinewood Derby awards? Check out these that are made from old car parts! Learn how one Cubmaster created these.
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.
Step by step, how to make the cutest campfire cupcakes, using pretzels and hard candy. Fun idea for a camping birthday or the Blue and Gold Banquet!
Learning the Cub Scout Bobcat requirements is the first step that new Cub Scouts must take to earn their rank badge. Get a free printable to help them!
The most exciting Cub Scout event is the Pinewood Derby. But your Cub Scouts may need some help with their cars. Check out these 10 Pinewood Derby books.
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.
Learn about the three types of pocketknives with this fun activity. This is one of the requirements for the new Cub Scout Bear Claws Adventure.
Ahoy, mateys! Need some fun pirate skits for your Cub Scouts? Check out these scripts for 7 skits and audience participation stories.
Use these fun Pinewood Derby food ideas to turn your race into a party! Your Cub Scouts and siblings will love the festive refreshments and treats.
Need some Pinewood Derby refreshments that Cub Scouts will love? Check out the car and stop light made from Rice Krispie treats!
Add some excitement to the big race with these 4 healthy Pinewood Derby snacks. Cub Scouts and parents both will love them!