Cub Scout Archives: Wolf Elective 3 - Make It Yourself

Watch carpenters and craftsmen work. Learn how to handle tools; then pick a project and do it.

Wolf Elective 3 Requirements

  1. Make something useful for your home or school.
  2. Start with a recipe card holder.
  3. Use the ruler on this page to see how far you can stretch your hand. (See the handbook)
  4. Make and use a bench fork.
  5. Make a door stop.
  6. Or make something else.

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