This printable environmental science vocabulary puzzle will help your Scouts remember their environmental science terminology.
Puzzles make learning new concepts more fun. They are also a good way to reinforce ideas which Scouts might be starting to forget.
Kids always enjoy playing bingo, so if you are having a den or pack Christmas party, use these Christmas picture bingo cards.
A lot of the requirements for Arrow of Light have to do with learning about Boy Scouts. So to make this more fun, I made up a set of picture bingo cards.
If you are looking for a gathering activity to go with this month’s soccer theme , try this word search puzzle. As I mentioned in my post a few days ago, when teaching a new skill one of the first things you need to do is develop a common terminology.
Puzzles are a fun way to reinforce concepts with Cub Scouts. This puzzle helps Cub Scouts think about some basic bike safety concepts. It would make a good gathering activity at a pack bicycling activity or a den meeting.
This puzzle is to help your Cub Scouts meet requirement 3 for the belt loop: Explain the following terms: planet, star, solar system, galaxy, the Milky Way, blackhole, red giant, white dwarf, comet, meteor, moon, asteroid, star map, and universe.
This puzzle is for you Boy Scouts who want to inject a little fun into learning the different environmental science terms for requirement 2 for the Environmental Science merit badge.
I am going to go over some of the requirements for the Webelos badge with my den at our next meeting. We’ll use this word scramble puzzle as a gathering activity. It is based on the requirements for the Webelos badge.
When Cub Scouts enter their Webelos year, a few things change. One of the things which is different is that they work on activity badges instead of achievements.
In honor of Independance Day, here is a word search with vocabulary related to the United States Constitution.
This puzzle would make a good gathering activity for a meeting focused on Wolf Achievement 7 – Your Living World.