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!
Communication is important for our Cub Scout packs and dens. A super easy and flexible way to share information with our Scouting families is through the Spond app! Read about all the features of this awesome tool!
Scout Law index card games are a versatile way to help teach and reinforce the points of the Law to Cub Scouts. They’re great for gathering activities!
If you want to learn how to fold Cub Scout neckerchiefs, check out this post. You’ll find out the easiest way ever to fold or roll it.
Want to know how to run your first Cub Scout den meeting? Whether this is a brand new den of Lions or a returning Arrow of Light den, these ideas will help!
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!
New Cub Scout families have a lot of things to learn, and it can be confusing! Read up on 5 important things that every Cub Scout parent should know.
Learn how to conduct a Cub Scout flag ceremony. Free printable cheat sheet script included! This flag ceremony can be used at den and pack meetings.
If you’re just starting out, this list of 25 Cub Scout terms will help you understand all the jargon that you’ll hear at all the meetings!
Use Legos to help Cub Scouts learn the Scout Oath and Law! Easily create puzzles using Legos and a labeler that are useful for several different games.
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.