This year, Diwali fell on our meeting night. Between Remembrance Day program and Diwali themed program, we felt that since we do our own program as close to Remembrance Day as possible that we would do something fun for Diwali.
In the past, we’ve purchased pre-made Diya lamps, added wax and wicks…
Cub cars – probably one of the longest standing traditions of every Cub Scout’s experience in the last 50 years or so. I love how a simple block of wood can be transformed into a hot rod or a banana – it all depends on how creative the Cub…
Teamwork. Communication. Accuracy. Math. Googy-grossness. Coordination. Critical Thinking. Fun. What better way to wrap all that up into one package than to bake something?
I’ll tell you, none. Every other year with my Cub Scouts, I love to do some baking with them. Specifically, Irish Soda bread for St. Patricks…
Don’t want to decorate ornaments this year? Want to do something a little more fun and sparkly? Why no make a snow globe?
Plastic figurines (dinosaurs always are a hit)
A variety of glass jars
Clear-drying epoxy or crazy glue
Before the meeting: Make sure the jars are clean. Especially the…
It’s Kub Kars Season! It’s Kub Kars Season!
Hey Cub Scouters! It’s Kub Kars Season!
Well, not yet, but it’s only a few months away. But that doesn’t mean we can’t look ahead and think about how to get our Kub Kars done now.
I’ve heard of groups who spend 1 week a…
November 20th Meeting – Cub Scout First Aid
The very first night I was with the Pack, we asked 2 teams to make up skits of what they wanted to do this year. One of the skits showed a youth getting hurt and the other Cubs helping before the hurt…