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Bear LAW ENFORCEMENT IS A BIG JOB idea...Scroll down quite aways and click on who dunnit? and they have some great ideas for completing the Bear Requirement, including how to use footprints to tell height, and how to take dental impressions. Could easily be used to stage a crime investigation during a den meeting such as "who at the snack"
Fun reading activity . Blending and segmenting words with crayon resist. "I invited my little reader and explained that he needed to paint over the words SLOWLY and read as he went, then to read the whole word normally. I had to emphasize that the goal was not to guess the word after painting over the first few letters, that the right way to do it was to carefully say each sound then put the word back together."
Some Amazing ideas on How To Teach Cub Scouts and Kids About Fingerprinting. "Who Stole the Cookie from the Cookie Jar?" Use a magnifying glass to check the fingerprints and figure it out. Also a cute idea for a craft to make fingerprints into cute animals and other things.
BSA offers supplemental pack program ideas for each month. The newest theme for the August core value of Honesty will be a Kids Against Crime theme. This one was the program theme at least once in the past. So I’ll be adding some ideas related to the theme this month. Here is what the old program helps said about this theme: "Crime Prevention is everyone’s job. Cub Scouts will spend the month learning how to keep themselves, their families and their homes safe."