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Rumor has it that BSA will be rolling out an Abracadabra theme for January’s core value of Positive Attitude some time in the near future. So this month I am going to highlight some ideas to go along with that magic based program theme also. This was one of the Cub Scout monthly program themes a few years back, so I’ll dig through my old notes to find what I saved.

Word on the street is that BSA will release a June Cub Scout theme called “Head West Young Man” for the June core value of Perseverance.  A pack meeting plan for this westen/cowboy theme should be available soon. How can you work this theme into your pack program? It definitely has a historical bent. Knots come to mind right away also, as well as survival skills. So here are some achievements you might be able to fit in with a “Head West Young Man” theme:

The core value for the month of April is Faith. BSA has just released a Cub Scout pack meeting plan called Cub Scouts Give Thanks related to this core value. For more ideas for use with this theme, see my Cub Scouts Give Thanks program theme page.

Wolf Achievement 12 – Making Choices is about making good decisions. This achievement presents a series of scenarios to the Cub Scouts and they must decide what they would do if they found themselves in that situation.

A picnic is a nice way to end your Wolf year. If your Wolves have not completed Achievement 8: Cooking and Eating yet, you can incorporate some of the requirements. Make sure you have enough adult help lined up for this meeting. With the grilling and the fire and the food, you will need more hands than usual.

Every month, Cub Scouts focus on a core value. The core value for the month of May is Health and Fitness. Along with the regular pack meeting plan for this core value, BSA also plans to release a Cub Cafe theme. It will probably focus on cooking, like the old Cub Cafe theme did.

The Cub Scout core value for the month of June is perseverance. Here is a brief Cubmaster minute to help Cub Scout understand why perseverance is important.

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Discover and Explore Night Sky Activities for Kids...Collection of ideas for teaching kids about moons, stars, and the night sky

Psalm 46 is probably my favorite. It lifts me up, and at the end it tells me that all I have to do to know He is near is simply quiet myself. And how hard that is sometimes as a Single Working Mother. www.thesinglemomb... Photo Credit:

This is a home safety checklist for Cub Scouts to use. It can be used with Wolf Achievement 9 (Be Safe at Home and on the Street). There is a longer BSA home safety checklist for use with some Boy Scout merit badges, but this abbreviated list will be easier for Cub Scouts to use.

I find that one of the biggest challenges as a den leader is dealing with Cub Scouts who don’t listen to another person who is speaking. In most cases, they are not being deliberately disrespectful. They are getting carried away in the moment and forgetting their manners.