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.
Citizenship Football Game: This is a game I got from a fellow Scouter Mom. The purpose of the game is to reinforce the ideas which are discussed in the Webelos Citizen activity badge. So you will need to instruct the Scouts first. Then play this game to help them retain what they have learned.
The core value for Cub Scouts for the month of April is Faith. According to the program helps, faith is “Having inner strength and confidence based on our trust in God.” Our pack is chartered by a church, so incorporating faith into our Cub Scout program is natural. If you are chartered by a secular group, it could be a little tricky to navigate. Here are some ideas
Take Me Out to the Forest is a classic Scouting song. Sing it around the campfire, when you’re out on a hike, or when you are camping. It goes to the tune of Take Me Out to the Ballgame. Take Me Out to the Forest Song Take me out to the forest Let me hike in the wild. Show me a skunk and a few bear tracks. I won’t care if I never come back. But it’s look, look, look at your compass. If it rains, then it pours. And it’s ouch, slap, sting and your bit In the great outdoors!
A collection of Goodnight Moon activities for toddlers. Includes sensory, fine motor, pretend play, early literacy, early math, and language activities and also links to resources for learning about the night sky for toddlers and preschoolers.