Cub Scouts should know things like the Law of the Pack and the Cub Scout Promise. A puzzle can also be a good way to help Cub Scouts remember these.
The new BSA resource guides for dens and packs are available in PDF format online. I’m so happy to see they are not going to make us go to the Scout Shop and buy them.
With the end of school just around the corner, Tigers might enjoy making friendship bracelets to give to each other. The bracelets are very easy and inexpensive to make, so each Tiger can make several.
What’s In the Bag is a simple guessing game which can be adjusted for any meeting theme. Use it at a den meeting or a pack meeting.
A crossword puzzle for Webelos working on their Arrow of Light award or for new Boy Scouts who are working toward their Scout rank. This puzzle has clues from the Boy Scout oath, law, motto, and slogan.
This meeting plan completes the requirements for the Webelos Scientist activity badge which were started in Webelos Den Meeting Plan – Scientist Part 1. This den meeting should be held about two weeks after the first meeting.
The Scientist activity badge for Webelos can be a little intimidating at first, but as long as you are prepared and keep the activities simple it is manageable. This den meeting plan covers half of the requirements. An separate article (to be posted tomorrow) describes a den meeting plan to complete the badge.
A silly song to the tune of “Do a Deer” from The Sound of Music. Could be used to take a break in a den meeting or pack meeting or as part of a campfire program.
This springtime craft could serve as a gathering activity at a den meeting. Use it to fulfill Tiger electives, Bear electives, a construction for the Artist activity badge, or for the Cub Scout Academics and Sports program Art pin.
When I was first approached to be the new Advisor for the Venturing Crew, our district executive warned me that teenagers don’t usually plan ahead. Boy was he right!
Here is a game you can play if you have a group working on Bobcat together.