Learning the Cub Scout Bobcat requirements is the first step that all new Cub Scouts must take so that they can earn their Bobcat badge. Requirements are all listed here for your convenience, including a link to the pamphlet, How to Protect Your Children From Child Abuse: A Parent’s Guide.
Cub Scout gathering activities help the boys to settle down after greeting all their friends so that you can start the meeting off right.
When a Cub Scout has a food allergy, plan ahead so that he or she can share the same snack as the other kids in the den. Not only will this avoid a serious medical situation, but all the kids will feel included.
A discussion of recycling can be boring for kids. Play this fun recycling game. Kids will have a blast, and they’ll learn a lot about recycling.
Those BSA medical forms can be confusing especially for new Cub Scout families. Find out exactly what you need and why this Boy Scouts of America form is so important.
Participating in scouting activities gives you quality time with your son. This is one of the greatest benefits of Cub Scouts.