Tag Archives: games

By Larry Green
Dec 22, 2016

Why Are Games Important In Scouting?

For a 12 year old Scout, there is nothing much worse than going to school all day and then showing up to a troop meeting to have a merit badge class. Far too many Scouters don’t know the secret of Scouting–it’s games. We implement all sorts of lessons, but there is nothing wrong with just […]

By Aubrey Carpenter
Dec 24, 2015

Games for Heroes

Whether you’re a Scout looking for ideas for your Eagle Project or just want to make a difference this Christmas Season, you may be able to find inspiration from this simple story of service. Two teenagers wanted to show their support for their heroes, and in doing so became heroes themselves through a hobby that […]

By Darryl Alder
Jul 21, 2015

A Pioneer Day Pack Meeting

Cub Scouting has a rich heritage around Kipling’s Jungle Book, but you will find just as many Native American and Pioneer traditions. With Pioneer Day in Utah this week, it seemed appropriate to share a sample pack meeting with our readers. Pioneer Pack Meeting Agenda: Cub Scouts love to imagine they are adventuresome souls from the past. […]

By Darryl Alder
Dec 01, 2014

Cub Scout Fun for December

Christmas Reindeer Mini Donuts Den meeting treats: you can almost hear the stampede for sweets! Whip up a batch of these salty and sweet delicacies to keep your den of hungry Wolves or Bears satisfied. Don’t forget the milk! Ingredients Chocolate Frosted Mini Donuts Peanut M&M’s® Round Pearl Sprinkles Mini Pretzel Twists Instructions Press a red […]