Island tug-of-war is an adaptation of traditional tug of war which not only requires strength but also agility and balance. This game is appropriate for all ages from Cub Scouts to Scouts BSA to Venturers.
Lion Adventure: Fun on the Run
Printable helps for requirements:
One of the requirements for the Lion Fun on the Run adventure is “Understand the importance of rest.” A suggested activity for this requirement is to discuss nocturnal and diurnal animals and play a matching game. I have made a set of cards to help you with this.
For the Fun on the Run adventure, Lion Cub Scouts learn about healthy habits including the importance of making good food choices and getting enough rest.
Lion is the Cub Scout program for girls and boys in Kindergarten.
In this video for the Fun on the Run Lion adventure, we learn how to make Good for You Candy. And we see some appropriate exercises for Kindergartners, including the Simon Says workout, jump rope, relay races, and ball toss.
Cub Scouts love to cook. There are several Cub Scout adventures related to cooking. And even if you aren’t working on an adventure, helping to prepare a healthy and fun snack or meal promotes independence. And it might also encourage a Cub Scout to try something new.