The Pinewood Derby is THE Cub Scout event. Here’s how we learned about creativity, challenge, and collaboration while building a tornado Pinewood Derby car.
Make an easy and inexpensive marble maze! Your Bear Cub Scout can quickly complete one of the Marble Madness requirements by following these instructions.
Looking for fun outdoor Cub Scout games? You’ve found them! The best part is that they are super easy and need only readily available supplies.
Find out how to print the new 2017 Cub Scout requirements addendum for Tigers, Wolves, Bears, Webelos, and Arrows of Light. Follow these steps so that the addendum will fit inside your son’s Cub Scout handbook.
You’ll want to commemorate your son’s Cub Scout Arrow of Light rank, and these beautiful Arrow of Light plaques are the perfect way to do that!
Enjoy the smile game as a fun Cub Scout Gathering activity!
For the Tiger Cub Scout adventure, Stories in Shapes, the boys use tangrams to make images. Read about a great resource to help with this requirement.
Pocketknife safety is important for Cub Scouts to learn. A requirement for the Cub Scout Whittling Chip, it’s also just good information for them to know.
Learn how to make a tape or Saran Wrap ball! Use this when you play the Saran Wrap ball game. Perfect for family gatherings or kids parties–and Cub Scouts!
Find out how to make a catapult for kids. Easy project with plenty of time for a marshmallow battle afterward.
Scout Sunday, Scout Sabbath, and Scout Jumuah are special days for BSA to celebrate Scouts and Scouters. There are many ways to commemorate the day.
Scouting and knot tying go together. Use some of these free resources to help your Cub Scouts learn how to tie scouting knots.
Review the Cub Scout requirements often so that your son gets credit for all of his activities.
Your Webelos can use this handy chart to keep track of his progress while he’s working on the Stronger Faster Higher required adventure.
Help your Cub Scout pick out the right personal nutritional goals for the Webelos Cast Iron Chef adventure.
Looking for ideas for gifts the boys can make? Check out this cool DIY chess board.
Do your Cub Scouts like cootie catchers? Use them to help the boys learn. Click here to grab your FREE Cub Scout cootie catcher template to create your own!
How fun is this? Your Cub Scouts can make a chess set from nuts & bolts! This is a great den activity. The boys can give their sets as gifts.