Numbers and shapes plus an image of the Code of the Wolf Cub Scout adventure belt loop.

Code of the Wolf Adventure: Cub Scout Helps and Ideas

The Code of the Wolf Adventure belt loop, which features a detective hat.

Wolf Cub Scouts learn about numbers, measuring, shapes, and math for the Code of the Wolf adventure. They also get to try sending a message using code.

See below for a printable copy of the requirements and resources for completing this adventure.

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Related Resources for the Code of the Wolf Adventure

And here is a collection of related ideas and resources:

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