Cub Scout Archives: Wolf Elective 11 - Sing a Long
Learn to sing lots of songs. There are glad songs and sad songs, and some are proud, like “The Star Spangled Banner.”
Wolf Elective 11 Requirements
- Learn and sing the first and last verses of “America.”
- Learn and sing the first verse of our national anthem.
- Learn the words and sing three Cub Scout songs.
- Learn the words and sing the first verse of three other songs, hymns, or prayers. Write the verse of one of the songs you learned in the space below (in the handbook).
- Learn and sing a song that would be sung as a grace before meals. Write the words in the space below (in the handbook).
- Sing a song with your den at a pack meeting.
January Cub Scout Theme - Lights, Camera, Action (Positive Attitude) BSA offers supplemental pack program ideas for each month. One theme for the January core value of Positive Attitude is a Lights, Camera, Action theme.
Auld Lang Syne Grace Here's a grace which is sung to the tune of Auld Lang Syne. This makes a really wonderful Thanksgiving grace. Or it would be a good addition to a Scout's Own prayer service.
Rags Song (A Kid's Song About a Dog) This song about a dog is mentioned in Wolf Den Meeting Plan 13 – Pets. This song is sung to the tune of Six Little Ducks.
BSA Wolf Den Meeting Plan 6: Know Your Home and Community This plan completes Wolf Achievement 4 - Know Your Home and Community, which was started in the previous meeting plan. It also includes some electives - Let's Have a Party and Sing-Along.
Addams Family Grace (Song) This favorite Cub Scout grace is a song. The tune is the theme of the Addams Family show. (Hence the name.)
Johnny Appleseed Grace (Song) Duty to God is an important part of Scouting, so don't forget to say grace at Scouting events. This is a non-denominational grace which would be appropriate at any meal.
Helps and Requirements for Wolf Wolf is the Cub Scout program for boys in 2nd grade. Find helps and requirements for the Wolf program on this page.
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