One of the requirements for Bear Elective 1: Space is to locate the North Star and two constellations in the night sky. This printable aid will help find it.
Tiger Cub Scouts, Tiger Adventures, and the Tiger Badge
Click on one of the links below for helps, ideas, and requirements for working on a specific Tiger adventure
Doing a scavenger hunt while hiking will help scouts really explore the world around them while they are walking. This post includes a suggested list in printable format.
Before going on a bicycle ride with a group of Cub Scouts, Boy Scouts, or Venturers, review some bike safety and etiquette rules. Includes a printable discussion aid.
Make pinhole planetariums to fulfill Cub Scout Bear Elective 1b. This project involves hammers, nails, and flashlights, so it should be a hit with the Cub Scouts. Includes patterns for the pinholes.
Most Scouts are probably familiar with the food pyramid from school. To make the nutrition and fitness components of the Scout program more interesting, turn them into a hands-on activity.
Before embarking on a boating activity with your scouts, make sure everyone is aware of the Safety Afloat guidelines.
The story of the Pony Express at a Cub Scout level. Can be used to introduce the concept of storytelling.
Fire drills are encouraged throughout scouting programs, from the Tigers to Boy Scouts. Print out a basic plan for conducting a home fire drill.
This is basically a go fish game with different types of food. I liked how the kids talked about the different types of food they saw on the cards.