Litter to Glitter

February Pack Meeting Plan – Litter to Glitter (Resourcefulness)

The Cub Scout core value for the month of February is Resourcefulness. BSA has a Cub Scout pack meeting plan called Litter to Glitter related to this core value. The Litter to Glitter meeting plan features ideas for the core value of resourcefulness – games, group activities, songs, and more.

For more ideas for use with this program theme, see the Litter to Glitter page.

The core value of Resourcefulness should still be the focus for the month.  Here is how the BSA plan suggests tying together this theme with February’s core value of  Resourcefulness:

Resourcefulness is using resources to their fullest. Part of being resourceful is learning not to be wasteful and to recycle items to make something new and wonderful from something old. Used items can also be repurposed, or used for something other than their original purpose. One example is using an empty tissue box to store recyclable plastic grocery bags that you can then use as wastebasket liners. By being resourceful we also help take care of our planet by converting litter we have into useful objects, thus turning litter into glitter.

Cub Scout Pack Meeting Plan for February- Litter to Glitter (Resourcefulness)

This Cub Scout pack meeting plan includes the following – all within a respect theme. See the meeting plan for details.

  • Gathering activity – Recycling puzzles and games
  • Opening ceremony – “Litter to Glitter” Opening Ceremony or “C-U-B-S” Opening Ceremony
  • Resourcefulness Prayer
  • Recycled cheer, Clean Air cheer, Noise Pollution cheer, Reduce Reuse Recycle cheer
  • This Little Piece of Mine song (sung to the tune of This Little Light of Mine)
  • Recycle Song (sung to the tune of This Old Man)
  • Trash Monster audience participation
  • Activity – Den Demonstrations, Blue and Gold Banquet
  • Mobius Strip activity
  • Resourceful Recognition Ceremony with recycled box luminary
  • Resourcefulness Cubmaster Minute
  • Looking at Things Differently Closing Ceremony
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