The Scout Oath and Law are an important part of what it means to be a Scout. That’s why we start teaching our Cub Scouts as soon as they join.
The Oath and Law are what we strive to live by. It’s a way to helping Scouts become upstanding citizens.
Scouts start learning the Oath and Law early and repeat it often through their Scouting career.
Games are a great way to learn them. Below you’ll find links to several fun activities for your den and pack meetings.
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!
Scout Law candy wrapper kits make awesome treats for your next Cub Scout event. Find out what supplies you need and how to make these adorable gifts.
Learning the Scout Oath and Law is fun for your Cub Scouts with these simple puzzles made from craft sticks. Perfect for gathering activities or any time. Do any of you remember playing the game Pick Up Sticks where you dropped a handful of sticks on the table then tried to pick them up one …
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.
I discovered this awesome printable Cub Scout cards on Etsy! It is so cute, but in a rugged, Cub Scout way. When I saw them, I knew they would be perfect to give to our Cub Scouts as we started the new year–especially the new Cub Scouts. On a single page, you’ll find the Scout …
Cub Scouts adopted the Boy Scout Oath and Law on June 1, 2015. Read about this new change.
Learning the Scout Oath and Law is much easier when it’s a game! Check out how Quizlet, a free tool, can help.
Make learning the Cub Scout Bobcat requirements fun by playing the Bobcat Balloon Bust game.
Learning the Scout Oath and Law can be difficult for young boys. Make it fun by creating a puzzle.
New Cub Scouts of all ages must earn their Bobcat rank advancement. Games make it fun to learn, and this Bobcat rank relay race is no exception.