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Fun and Active Programs That Can be Enjoyed at Home

Use Tabs Below for Age/Grade/Program Specific Information

The Cub Scout Motto
Do Your Best!

The Cub Scout Sign
Hold your right arm up straight and make the “peace” sign.

The Cub Scout Salute
Use when you are in uniform to salute the American Flag. Make the Cub Scout Sign, then place your index and third finger together. Place the tip of your index and third fingers to the edge of your right eyebrow.

The Cub Handshake
Let’s not practice this one for now.

Cub Scout Rank Advancement

OTHER ACTIVITIES AND RESOURCES FOR YOUNG BOYS & GIRLS AGES GRADES K-5

DO THIS FIRST – ALL YOUTH SHOULD TAKE CYBER CHIP FOR THEIR SAFETY!
Click on the appropriate grade level and watch the required videos.

30 DAY CHALLENGE (Thank you Hawkeye Council):

Campcraft Videos from National

Check out What Other Scouts Around the World are Doing @ Home

COVID-19 Unit Operations and Advancement [Rules from National -August 30]

Cub Scout Adventure Bingo

Den Leader Experience Sandbox 

Den Leader Experience on Scoutbook

Free Digital Boys’ Life Magazine

From the Earth to the Moon

Handwashing Songs

Heart Hunters Social Distancing Scavenger Hunts

How to Use Zoom

Indoor Scavenger Hunt

25 Fun Things to do When You are Stuck Inside

Pi Day Experiments

Sample Pack @ Home Communication (Thank you Pack 3782)

Scouting @ Home Resources from the National Office

Service Projects You Can Work on From Home

Virtual (FREE) Field Trips

Scout Oath, Law, and Promise

The Scout Oath or Promise
On my honor, I will do my best
To do my duty to God and my country and to obey the Scout Law;
To help other people at all times;
To keep myself physically strong, mentally awake and morally straight.

The Scout Law
A Scout is Trustworthy, Loyal, Helpful, Friendly, Courteous, Kind, Obedient, Cheerful, Thrifty, Brave, Clean, and Reverent.

Merit Badges & Workbooks Conducive to Working on @ Home

Bay-Lakes Council Guidance Regarding Online Merit Badges

Merit Badges
For Boys & Girls 11 years old and up.  Registered Scouts BSA members must have Unit approval and a Merit Badge Counselor to work on Merit Badges, contact your Unit leader.

Young people can learn at meaningful levels about many topics by working on Merit Badges. Below is a list of Merit Badges that you can work on at home. If you are a Registered Scouts BSA Member, work with your Unit Leadership to identify a registered Merit Badge Counselor so that you can officially earn the Merit Badge for your Scout Advancement.  If you are not a registered member, fell free to work on an at home Merit Badge, and have your Parent or Guardian sign off on the Certificate of Achievement when you are done.  Remember:  Don’t just complete the workbook…if it says Demonstrate, or Show, you must actually do the task.

Please check the Other Resources section of this website frequently to sign up for Virtual Merit Badge Classes, and other @ Home Opportunities.

A LISTING OF ALL MERIT BADGES CAN BE FOUND HERE.

Remember:  For members to officially get credit for Merit Badge work, they must work through their units and an approved Merit Badge Counselor.

OTHER ACTIVITIES AND RESOURCES FOR YOUNG MEN & WOMEN AGES 11 & ABOVE

DO THIS FIRST – ALL YOUTH SHOULD TAKE CYBER CHIP FOR THEIR SAFETY!
Click on the appropriate grade level and watch the required videos.

Birdfeeder Project w/ Parent

Campcraft Videos from National

Check out What Other Scouts Around the World are Doing @ Home

COVID-19 Unit Operations and Advancement [Rules from National -August 30]

Free Digital Boys’ Life Magazine

From the Earth to the Moon

Handwashing Songs

Heart Hunters Social Distancing Scavenger Hunts

How to Conduct a Board of Review by Video Conference

How to Use Zoom

Indoor Scavenger Hunt

Pi Day Experiments

Scouting @ Home Resources from the National Office

Scouts BSA Adventure Bingo

Service Projects you can Work on from Home

30 Day Scouts BSA Challenge (Thank you Hawkeye Council)

25 Fun Things to do When You are Stuck Inside

Venturing Bingo

Virtual Troop Meeting (Michigan Crossroads Council)

Virtual Troop Operations (Thank You Troop 73 – Appleton)

A Weekly Outdoor
Cooking Series
With Pat Klapatch

Check back each week for another delicious new meal that is bound to become one of your own standards.

BBQ Bean Bake

September 11th, 2020|0 Comments

Nice, and meaty with a great BBQ flavor, this hearty dish will please your Scout Unit or Family on a cold fall day, or take any picnic menu to the next level! [...]

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