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Fire Safety: What would you do if?

Toilet Paper Game. A little something to do before starting badge work. Cool.

Get ready for bird watching and #GBBC by learning the names of your own backyard birds. Take this online quiz. Printables too.

Having fun with your kids is not only good for them, it's good for you! - Kids Activities Blog

More Than the Mulberries: award ideas on a tight budget

Cub Scout PDFs of leader book, how to book, webelos leader book, belt loop guide, resource guide, etc

old-prepper: stayset: STAYSET KNIFE GUIDE  www.setstore.co.uk/ Old School

Does your group need a service project? Write letters to the troops together! operationwritehom...

A Cupcake for the Teacher: Fire Safety Plus a Freebie!

BroomAndPotato Game and other great games for scouting...and parties

Stand Up Popsicle Photo Frames. Good idea for Tiger scouts

Bear Den Meeting Plans: Shavings and Chips - Cub Scout Bear den meeting plans are step by step guides to carrying out a den meeting. This plan covers Bear Achievement 19 – Shavings and Chips, which is all about pocketknives.

Soap Box First Aid Kits -- good towards earning the GS first-aid/safety pin #familyfun

spring break–fun games for kids *supplies found around the house! Dozens of ideas for fun activities with common household items. Summer break, snow days, Christmas holidays, indoor games, outdoor games.

tin can races - Wolf Scouts have this as an elective!

Jug Catch - One of my favorite things to do as a child, and my mom continued to do it with kids as a PE Teacher until she retired (2010). SUCH a fun and easy activity! (We used yarn balls.)

Match Words to Pictures - Wolf acheivement 5

Not just for scouts - whenever you are faced with a large group of kids, nothing gets them moving like a "repeat after me" song or two! Definite lifesaver when you have idle time. Songs with lyrics and videos for you to learn!

Simple Catapults- these are a great construction project and the kids love making the catapult & launching objects.

This is a game we played at a Pack meeting about a month ago. The goal is for two Scouts to work together to make a simple lunch. The challenge is that they each have one hand tied behind their back. This forces them to communicate to get the job done. The Scouts at the meeting really had fun with this.

Make your own harmonica - simple craft that will delight your kids!

Cub Scout Game Ideas - Some fun ideas even if not for Cub Scouts!

Pocketknife Pledge...would be really cute to print this and attach it to the pocketknife

For my third grade teacher friends- A worksheet on the new USDA food recommendations. You know I don't agree with these guidelines completely but cute follow up to what you cover.