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Venturing Ranger Award Ceremony
The Ranger Award is one of the most prestigious and challenging achievements in the Venturing program. It recognizes exceptional proficiency in a wide range of outdoor activities, as well as a commitment to outdoor safety and leadership. The Venturing Ranger award ceremony is a special occasion that celebrates the recipient’s hard work and dedication to the Venturing program.
Climbing Merit Badge Helps and Documents
While working on the requirements for the Climbing merit badge, Scouts learn to safely reach new heights. They learn the verbal signals for climbing and how to care for rope and equipment. Then they demonstrate their skills by climbing and rappelling.
OA Troop Representative Description and Self Evaluation
The OA Troop Representative is a youth leadership position within a Scouts BSA troop. They serve as a liaison between the Order of the Arrow and their troop, working to promote and support OA activities and initiatives within the troop.
Lions or Eagles Cubmaster Minute (Trustworthy)
This Lions or Eagles Cubmaster Minute will help Cub Scouts reflect on the values of responsibility and trustworthiness.
Four Facts Game
Four Facts game is an icebreaker game. It would also work well with any activity relating to personal history or storytelling. I think it could also be worked into a discussion about honesty.
SCOUT Water Safety Chant
As the weather heats up, many young Cub Scouts are excited to jump in the water and start their aquatic adventures. However, it is crucial to teach them about water safety before they dive in. The Cub Scout program has a helpful tool for introducing younger Scouts to water safety rules, the SCOUT water safety chant.
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I am teaching an Art Merit Badge this summer and would love some ideas and information.
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Webelos First Responder Adventure: Cub Scout Helps and Ideas
First Responder is one of the Webelos Adventure Requirements. For this adventure, Webelos learn some basic first aid and emergency preparedness skills. They learn to respond to situations like choking, shock, bites and stings, cuts, cuts, burns, and more.
Troop Guide Description and Self Evaluation
One leadership position in a Scouts BSA troop is the Troop Guide. This role is usually filled by an older Scout who has a good understanding of the “Scout way” of doing things. The Scout way is much different from the “Cub Scout way” of doing things, and Troop Guides are responsible for helping new Scouts learn and adopt these new ways of doing things.
The Fleur de Lis and Scouting
The Fleur de lis is a symbol with a rich history and deep meaning in the scouting movement. It has been associated with scouting since the very beginning, and it remains a powerful symbol to this day. Lord Baden-Powell, the founder of scouting, had a particular affinity for the symbol and saw it as the perfect symbol for the scouting movement.
Learning About Endangered Species
Conservation and Scouting go hand in hand. Since getting outdoors is a big part of the Cub Scout and Scouts BSA programs, it makes sense that we should teach Scouts about protecting our natural resources.
Cub Scouts Can Code Nova Award (Computer Technology) Helps and Documents
Cub Scouts Can Code is the Cub Scout Nova Award for investigating computer technology. To earn this award, Cub Scouts explore topics such as computers, algorithms, conditionals, and programming . They must also complete one of their adventures related to digital technology or do a related investigation.
Assistant Patrol Leader Description and Self Evaluation
The Assistant Patrol Leader is a youth member of a Scouts BSA Troop who is appointed by the Patrol Leader and leads the patrol in his absence. The position of Assistant Patrol Leader does not qualify for the leadership requirements for advancement. (See the leadership positions listed in the Star, Life, and Eagle requirements in the Scouts BSA handbook.)
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