For the Marble Madness adventure, Bears learn all about marbles and play a variety of games with them, from ringer to marble mazes.
Strategy and Thinking
For the Tiger-iffic! adventure, Tigers and their adult partners play games and can even create their own games.
For the Game Design adventure, Webelos create a game and teach somebody else how to play it. They also learn about Internet safety.
For the Collections and Hobbies adventure, Wolves start a collection and share it with their den. They also visit collection on display and play a game related to collecting.
For the Code of the Wolf adventure, Wolves explore numbers, geometry, graphs, probability, statistics, and ciphers.
For the Adventures in Coins adventure, Wolves play games and do activities related to coins. In the process, they learn all about coins.
For the Grin and Bear It adventure, Bears play a game and hold a Cub Scout Carnival at a pack meeting.
Sleeping Guard is a fun game for a den. The object of the game is for the Scouts to be quiet enough to sneak up on a blindfolded guard and steal an object. Perfect for a bunch of noisy Cub Scouts!
This badge give Scouts the opportunity to design and prototype a game. The game can be electronic, athletic, tabletop, or a pen and paper game.
I always go over terminology first when introducing something new to Cub Scouts. This is a good practice for Boy Scouts and Venturers to learn also whenever they are doing skill instruction. So if you are having a chess themed meeting or activity, make sure you are all speaking the same language first. These are […]
When you think of kids playing marbles, you are probably picturing Ringer in your mind – a circle on the ground and kids shooting at the marbles within.
This month I am focusing on classic outdoor games. One game which is fun for kids to learn is marbles. My sons have marbles and they play against each other. All you need is a shooter, some marbles, and a piece of chalk to draw the ring on the driveway. If you are going to […]