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!
As of May 31, 2022, this adventure has been retired. The information about the adventure will remain here reference only.
Beat of the Drum, a Bear Elective Adventure
The Bear Den Leader guide says, “In this adventure, Bears will learn about another culture and how it might relate to them. They will have the opportunity to learn about American Indians and their customs, including crafts, ceremonies, music, and dance. They will also learn the importance of living the Scout Oath and Scout Law.”
Read on to discover this adventure’s requirements and fun ways to complete them!
Complete requirement 1 and two others from requirements 2-4.
- Learn about the history and culture of American Indians or other indigenous people who lived in your area long ago.
- Create a legend by building a diorama, writing a story, or presenting a skit.
- Complete one of the following: A. Make a dream catcher. B. Make a craft similar to one made by American Indians or indigenous people. C. Make a drum. Once your drum is complete, create a ceremonial song.
- Complete one of the following: A. Visit an Order of the Arrow dance ceremony. B. Visit an American Indian event or an event presented by other indigenous people. C. Learn and demonstrate ceremonial dance steps. D. Create a ceremonial dance.
Resources to help your Bear Cub Scout complete the Beat of the Drum elective adventure which involves learning about Native American Indian culture.