How do Scouts and Scouters survive buggy nights in open-air platform tents? The A-frame canvas tents have been used by generations of Scouts but are open to bugs and lots of other critters.
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While working on the Salesmanship merit badge, Scouts will learn about different types of sales and effective communications skills. They learn about presentations and put their skills into action by selling a product or service.
Working on the requirements for the Animal Science merit badge helps Scouts understand how to identify and care for various breeds of livestock. The requirements for this badge can be completed by studying beef cattle, dairy animals, horses, sheep, hogs, or avian breeds. Scouts also investigate career opportunities related to animal science.
Two Cub Scout leaders ask about how to complete the faith related requirements with Cub Scouts who are raised in agnostic homes.
A reader asks what to do when the money for the unit popcorn sale doesn’t add up.
Get this magnet for yourself or your favorite Scouter. It is a spoof of the Scout Law. It reads:
A Scouter Is… Capable, Generous Determined Patient Dependable Trusting Hopeful Fearless Flexible Humble and Exhausted
You can learn about sports, crafts, science, trades, business, and future careers as you earn merit badges. There are more than 100 merit badges. Any Scout may earn any merit badge at any time. You don’t need to have had rank advancement to be eligible.
Webelos working on the Webelos badge or the Arrow of Light are required to earn their Cyber Chip. The Cyber Chip program helps children know and follow the rules of online safety.
Scouts BSA are required to earn their Cyber Chip. The Cyber Chip program helps teens understand the responsibility that goes with using electronic devices. Topics include cell phones, cyber-bullying, and internet safety.
I share my thoughts on books, campgrounds, and products. Some of these are reviews of things I’ve stumbled across on my own. Others have been sent to me or brought to my attention.
An interpreter strip shows which languages a Scout is familiar with. It is worn above the “Boy Scouts of America” strip on the uniform. This emblem can be worn by Cub Scouts, Boy Scouts, Venturers, or adults.
Scouts BSA are required to earn their Cyber Chip. The Cyber Chip program helps youth understand how to use their electronic devices safely and responsibly.
Scouts learn about oral, written, visual, and digital methods of sharing information while working on the Communication merit badge. They share stories and information, participate in an interview, attend a public meeting, and plan a Court of Honor or campfire program. They also explore careers in the field of communication.
Scouts who are working on the Dog Care merit badge will find a number of resources are available to help them complete the requirements and answer the questions for the badge. Also check out my Dog Care merit badge page for even more resources from my site.
These resources will help you work on the Fingerprinting merit badge and answer the questions for the requirements. Also, get some ideas for activities related to fingerprinting.
Tiger Cub Scouts, Wolf Cub Scouts, and Bear Cub Scouts are all required to earn their Cyber Chip. The Cyber Chip program helps children understand how to be safe while online. All Cyber Chips will expire annually.
Cub Scouts learn to “Be Prepared” for emergency situations by working on the Emergency Preparedness BSA award. There are different age appropriate requirements for Tigers, Wolves, Bears, and Webelos. (This award is not available for Lions.) The award is a small pin. Cub Scouts who earn the award at multiple levels can wear multiple pins.
A reader’s son doesn’t want to continue in Scouts BSA: “I have tried to make it sounds really cool, he’s got friends moving up and friends in a troop now but it doesn’t seem to make a difference. I can’t force him so am I doomed to this disappointment?”
Scouts learn to manage their time, treasure, and talents while working on the Personal Management merit badge. They investigate different aspects of saving money and investing. They learn time management techniques. And they consider how their talents might lead to a future career and explore those possibilities.
A reader asks “Can someone please share with me how you run training for Chaplain’s Aide?”
Every situation is different. Whether you are new to Scouting or you have been involved for a while, sometimes it is helpful to get input from other Scouters. We are here to help each other.
Scouts learn about ecology, pollution, endangered species, pollination by bees, and other environmental topics while working on the Environmental Science merit badge. They also study how parts of the ecosystem interact through repeated observation.
The Living History feature lets Scouts experience different cultures, times, and places in an interactive and hands on manner. They witness reenactments and learn about historical events and different ways of life.
Tiger is the Cub Scout program for boys and girls in 1st grade.
A reader reports My son has been in a very small Scouts BSA Troop for 2 years now. Our scoutmaster had a meeting to discuss the fact that the boys scouting experience is very limited because of the troops size and suggested that the scouts transfer to another troop.
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A reader is looking for resources and support groups for parents of Scouts and spouses of Scouters.
This is a self contained camp stove which burns twigs, charcoal, wood pellets, etc. It has a small battery powered fan to draw air.
Tracy asked this question: Has anyone had experience combining the wolf and bear dens (due to low numbers)? Is it possible and what is the best way to do this?
In addition to ranks and adventures, Cub Scouts can earn other awards, including
Cub Scout Nova Awards and Supernova Awards,
Cub Scout Outdoor Activity Award,
Cub Scout World Conservation Award,
Emergency Preparedness BSA Award,
Recruiter Strip, and
Morse Code Interpreter Strip.