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Patriotic Napkin and Utensil Holder: Independence Day is a fun holiday for making decorations. Here is a simple craft for your Fourth of July celebration which is actually functional. This one is best for the younger scouts. This craft could be used to fulfill Tiger Elective 2 – Make a decoration with your family or den. Display it or give it to someone as a gift.
Foil Pack Dinners: Many campers know that if you want a meal with little cleanup, you can cook it in a foil pack. The most typical foil pack ingredients are ground beef, potatoes, carrots, and onions. But don’t get stuck in a rut! Try some new combinations. Most foil packs contain some type of meat (beef, chicken, ham, etc.), a starch (potatoes or rice), and fruits or vegetables (carrots, apples, peppers, pineapple.
BSA provides Wolf den meeting ideas for Cub Scout den leader. Today, I’ll go through the thirteenth Wolf Cub Scout den meeting plan. This plan covers Wolf Elective 14 – Pets. If you can arrange for a veterinarian or dog trainer to help out at this meeting, it would make it more interesting for your Wolves, especially if they can bring a dog with them.
Cub Scout Jeopardy! This is especially fun for the Wolves since they are so new to the scouting program and need to learn a lot to earn their Bobcat. Using a Cub Scout Handbook, I came up with random questions. We divided into two teams. The boys always seem to enjoy a little friendly competition. Playing games is a great way to review good sportsmanship.