Cub Scout Bear Handbook Electives >>>CLICK HERE<<< Tiger Cubs, Wolf and Bear Cub Scouts, and Webelos Scouts have the Earn the Cub Scout Leave No Trace Award (Bear Handbook, Elective 25h). Boys who join the Cub Scout program on June 1, 2015, or later must Begin using the new Bear Handbook adventure electives) by using Webelos activity.
• Secure a Tiger Cub Handbook • Read the Parent Introductory Section • Help your Tiger learn the Tiger Motto • Think about volunteering to be the Tiger Cub Den Leader or assistant for your den all the boys need your help. • Read this memo again. Save it for reference, along with all other correspondence.
(also a new addition IS the Tiger Cub Handbook!) The Tiger Cub Handbook is the basic manual for Tiger Cubs and their partners. This book contains topics for the Den meetings. It also has suggestions for family activities between meetings. The Tiger Cubs are now considered to be "Cub Scouts" and will have all the same opportunities for ... Tiger Cub. To begin his path to the Tiger Cub rank, the Tiger Cub (age 7) must learn the Cub Scout promise, the Cub Scout sign, and the Cub Scout salute. When he has learned these, he gets his Tiger Cub emblem, which is a tiger paw with four strings for beads. He wears the emblem on his right pocket. /Data/Sites/9/media/cub-scout-archery-1-102x140.png /Data/Sites/9/media/cub-scout-archery-1-75x103.png /Data/Sites/9/media/cub-scout-archery-190x262.png The Tiger Electives. After completing the fifteen Achievements required for the Tiger Cub Rank Badge, the Tiger Cub can be awarded Yellow Tiger Track Beads which are attached to the Totem at the Pack Meetings. One bead is awarded for each group of TEN Electives the Tiger Cub completes. Joining Cub Scouts in 5th Grade!!! • Shall utilize the new program requirements and handbook!! • They MAY substitute any of the new program WEBELOS required adventures for the three required electives of Arrow of Light! 18" Boys joining Cub Scouts after May 31, 2015 and meeting the qualiﬁcations to join an AOL den on these achievements or electives from your son’s Tiger Cub Handbook: . To help prepare, please have your son complete the _____ which he received at the den meeting (if you need another, please let me know) or review those requirements in your son’s Tiger Cub Handbook. Our special guest leaders planning to
Monthly Club Day Schedule Info: Club schedule 19-20 All Schedules.pdf Clubs 2019-2020 Updated 1-20.pdf CLUB NEWS. Ambassadors. Be sure to turn in your activities sheet for January Oct 31, 2010 · Advancements can be a nightmare to track! So Dave Blodgett of Pack 1196 in Manassas, VA, set to work developing an Excel-based Bear Achievement Tracker that was designed specifically for tracking Bear Achievements and Electives. This was the birth of the free Excel Cub Scout Trackers in September 1997. A great Cub Scout Website for your Pack to use. Sleek and packed with info. Used by hundreds of Packs across the country. Goal is that the leaders contribute to its content - not just you. Best on the market. Donate if it delivers on it's promise. Tiger Leader Go See It Handbook ... Additional Go See It Locations for non-meeting electives. These visits are not part of the den meeting plans and are optional ... Tiger Elective Adventure: Earning Your Stripes. Complete the following requirements. Show your loyalty to Tiger orange by bringing in and sharing with your den five items that are the color orange. Demonstrate loyalty over the next week at school or in your community. Share at your next den meeting how you were loyal to others.