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cub bucks - earn by bringing book, wear uniform, etc. use to purchase small items at the buck store - once a quarter at pack meeting.

Conservation and Scouting go hand in hand. Since getting outdoors is a big part of the Cub Scout and Boy Scout programs, it makes sense that we should teach Scouts about protecting our natural resources. The US Fish and Wildlife Service has an Endangered Species Page where you can look up endangered species in your state or even your county. There is also a Weird and Wonderful Wildlife Page on the site where kids can learn about 14 different endagered species and play some games

cool nature shoes- transform flipflops into animal track shoes using a hot glue gun and sheets of colored craft foam. let each child choose an animal--cougar, porcupine, deer. Let your creative imagination go! People are going to come behind you on the trail and think wild animals were walking here :)

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Nature Walks and Scavenger Hunts

Nature Walk & Scavenger Hunt Bags

Badge Binder - a way to keep track of badges until you do hand them out, and a way to keep spares on hand and organized.

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Paper Plate Marble Track

Paper Plate Marble Track - This would be a fun activity when doing the marble activities in Cub Scout Wolf Elective #4 or when doing the marble belt loop.

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How to Make a Mini Flyable Hot Air Balloon with Candles

How to Make a Mini Flyable Hot Air Balloon with Candles Bear cub Scout elective 6c explain how a hot air balloon works.

Team Push-up Objective : Challenge teams to figure out a way for their entire team to touch the ground with only their hands. .

Akela's Council Cub Scout Leader Training: Cub Scout Webelos and Arrow of Light PRINTABLE Tracking and Organization Work Sheet for the New Program - Free - with Adventures and Cyber Chip and Award requirements to help Leaders and Parents