Personnel: Narrator and a den of uniformed Cub Scouts.
Equipment: Cards with words printed on them for each Cub Scout, and an upright stand such as a ladder for each sign to be attached at the appropriate time.
Narrator: We think of Cub Scouting as a ladder of good citizenship. Let us show you what we mean.
Cub #1 Friendship. We make lots of friends in our school, church, neighborhood, den and pack.
Cub #2: Teamwork. We learn how important it is to work with others as a member of a team.
Cub #3: Dependability. We learn to be places when we promise and to do our part.
Cub #4: Leadership. We learn to lead games and help with other den and pack activities.
Cub #5: Honesty. We learn to tell the truth, to handle money, and to understand what honesty means.
Cub #6: Loyalty. We learn to be true to our friends, our parents, and our den and pack, and to honor our country and its flag.
Cub #7: Good Will. We like to help our school, church, neighbors and those less fortunate than we. Good will projects make us feel good.
Cub #8: Responsibility. We learn to be responsible for certain jobs, our own belongings, things about our home, and for the property of others.
Narrator: Good Citizenship. Through Cub Scouting experiences, boys learn things that help make them better citizens as they grow into manhood.