Ideas for Cub Scouts
This 2-page checklist is designed to help Bear Cubs keep track of their completed Achievements. I have color coded each of the groups of Achievements, and labeled the requirements for them as well. This will allow the boys to see, at-a-glance, which Achievements are finished, and what they still need to work on.
This worksheet is designed to help Wolf Cubs complete requirements 8c and 8d in their Handbooks. For homework, they will help make a meal for their family and make their own breakfast. I have included check boxes for them to keep track of each requirement item, as well as spaces for drawing their meals and writing down what foods they made.
This is a safety notebook I created to help Webelos Scouts fulfill their Fitness Activity Badge requirement #2. In addition, I have added pages that fulfill requirements for Aquanaut, Communicator, Craftsman, Forester, Outdoorsman and Readyman. Each of these badges has a 'rules' component as a requirement, and I thought it would be great for boys to have them all in one place.
This worksheet pack is designed to help Tiger Cub complete all Achievement 3 requirements. Tiger Cubs will plan and practice a fire drill at home, plan what to do if lost or separated from family, talk with their Akela about healthy foods, make a MyPlate craft, learn the rules of a sport or game, and then go watch a game or sport being played.
Webelos Badge. Artist Mobile. Have boys trace their hands to make the Boy Scout Sign. The 12 dangling shapes list the points of the Scout Law. The big popsicle stick has the Scout motto and slogan. On the back of the hand a printout of the Outdoor Code. All required for Webelos badge and to be memorized for Arrow of Light.