Cub Scout Archives: Bear Achievement 20 - Sawdust and Nails
Bear Achievement 20 is about hand tools. Find helps for this achievement here.
Bear Achievement 20 Requirements
Complete all three requirements.
- Show how to use and take care of four of these tools. Hammer, Hand saw, Hand drill, C-clamp, Wood plane, Pliers, Crescent wrench, Screwdriver, Bench vise, Coping saw, Drill bit
- Build your own tool box.
- Use at least two tools listed in requirement a to fix something.
The Big Book of Weekend Woodworking: 150 Easy Projects This woodworking book has plans for 150 woodworking projects for beginners. It also includes information on tools and planning
The All-New Woodworking for Kids This woodworking book has plans for almost 40 projects. It also includes information on tools, material, and safety.
BSA Bear Den Meeting 6 - More Sawdust and Nails and Games, Games, Games! This Bear Den Meeting plan completes Bear Achievement 20 – Sawdust and Nails and covers part of Bear Achievement 15 - Games, Games, Games.
BSA Bear Den Meeting Plan 5: Ways We Worship and Sawdust and Nails In this article, I'll take a look at the fifth BSA Bear den meeting plan and comment with some tips and links. This plan covers part of Bear Achievement 1 – Ways We Worship and Bear Achievement 20 – Sawdust and Nails.
Tin Can Lanterns Tin can lanterns make a very versatile craft project for Cub Scouts. You can make the holes in any pattern you like - a star for Christmas, a ghost for Halloween, a heart for Valentine's day. Webelos and Bears can probably do this project themselves with some adult supervision. Younger scouts will need more direct help from the adults.
Tic Tac Toe Game Project I thought this would make a good Craftsman project for my Webelos. We'll probably try this in December. They could make these and then give them to someone as a Christmas present.
Helps and Requirements for Bear Bear is the Cub Scout program for boys in 3rd grade. Find helps and requirements for the Bear program on this page.
Past Posts On This Day
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