Arrow points can be confusing. Each part of an elective counts toward arrow points. In addition, Bears can use the requirements from any achievements they did not do as part of the Bear badge.
Cub Scout Archives: Bear Elective 9 - Art
Art is not just pictures. An artist’s skill is used to make pictures and sculptures that tell a story and are pleasant to look at. That is what art is all about. Statues and stained glass windows are made for the same reasons. Study the art around you and try your hand at making your own.
Bear Elective 9 Requirements
- Do an original art project and show it at a pack meeting. Every project you do counts as one requirement
Here are some ideas for art projects:
Mobile or wire sculpture, Silhouette, Acrylic painting, Watercolor painting, Collage, Mosaic, Clay sculpture, Silk screen picture.
- Visit an art museum or picture gallery with your den or family.
- Find a favorite outdoor location and draw or paint it.
Step-by-step, easy instructions show how to make pigs, cats, masks, monsters and more.
80-piece deluxe art set including art supplies for drawing, painting and more
Introduces children to the seven basic elements of design that will help them to take a piece of art from 'That's Nice' to 'Wow!'. These elements – line, shape, form, colour, value, texture, and space – are the building blocks that all artists use to create works from drawings and paintings to weaving and sculpture
Instructions for a fish shaped craft made from old CDs. Make one or make several and put them together as a mobile.
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.
Bear is the Cub Scout program for boys in 3rd grade. Find helps and requirements for the Bear program on this page.