Camping Activities for Kids - Camping and Hiking Activities and Games.....magnifying glass game during down time
Do you have a Pack hike planned for this spring? If not, now is the time. Planning a hike is not difficult. First, select a location. Try someplace different that you haven’t been for a couple of years. Ask at Roundtable if you aren’t familiar with many trails in your area. Or do an urban hike. If you live in a neighborhood with light traffic, a hike to a local ice cream shop and back will be a hit with your Cub Scouts. Or hike in a historic district.
I Thought Scout Uniforms were Fireproof: Putting the Fun in Scouting by author Shane Barker. Finally! A perfect resource for any leader who’s ever had trouble creating scouting programs and activities compelling enough to compete with school, sports, jobs, and the thousands of other activities in your scout’s life. These ideas, hints, and tips will spark your imagination and make scouting activities the highlight of your boys’ week.
The International Activity Badge recognizes scouts who have participated in international activities. The requirements vary by council, so you will need to check with your local council to find out what the specific requirements are. Typically, a Scout will need to do a combination of international activities, such as visiting Scouts in another country, participating in a World Jamboree, assisting international Scouts when they visit the US, or being pen pals with Scouts in a different country.
Webelos Badge Scramble Puzzle: I am going to go over some of the requirements for the Webelos badge with my den at our next meeting. We’ll use this word scramble puzzle as a gathering activity. It is based on the requirements for the Webelos badge.