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BSA Tiger Den Meeting Plan 16 – Cleanup Treasure Hunt, What Kind of Milk?, and Snack Time

BSA provides a set of Tiger den meeting plans for Cub Scout den leaders. This is a review of the 16th den meeting plan in the series. This den meeting idea covers Tiger Elective 33 – Cleanup Treasure Hunt, Tiger Elective 23 – What Kind of Milk?, and Tiger Elective 25 – Snack Time.

You can download the complete meeting plan from the BSA website: Printable copy of BSA Tiger Den Meeting Plan 16

BSA Tiger Den Meeting Plan 16 – Cleanup Treasure Hunt, What Kind of Milk?, and Snack Time

Preparation and Before the Meeting

Communicate with the adult partners beforehand that each Tiger Cub should make a snack beforehand and bring it to the meeting beforehand. If you don’t think this will work, you could also have them make a simple snack together at the meeting.

You will also need to gather your supplies for the Cleanup Treasure Hunt. My Cleanup Treasure Hunt article has a printable list you can use.


Check my gathering activities page for some appropriate activities for your gathering time. Or play a simple game.


Start with a flag ceremony and the Cub Scout Promise.


Have them share their snack during this part of the meeting (Elective 25) and discuss the different types of milk they drink (Elective 23).


Go outside and do the  Cleanup Treasure Hunt (Elective 33). Allow some time at the end to let them talk about what they cleaned up. If any of them found anything unusual, they will want to share that.


Just do a simple closing – like the Law of the Pack.

After the Meeting

Have Tiger Cub Scouts help clean up. Dispose of the items they cleaned up. If you don’t have recycling containers at your meeting place, send those home with somebody to be disposed of properly. This is a good time to arrange for some of the other parents to help you with the next meeting.

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