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  • blue prints (chuck boxes, tables, etc)
  • Handouts (these were handouts that I was given as a youth leader including pioneering projects, cooking gadgets, qualities of different firewood, etc)
  • Patrol Challenges created by my Dad (3 business card size games that have odd things for Scouts to do as a patrol – fun and spurs team building)
  • Historic E-Books
  • Various Scout Comic Strips

 

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Home > Resources > Ceremonies > Cub Scout

Beginning Of the Year
PROPS: Cubmaster (CM), Assistant CM (CA), 6 Cub Scouts in uniform; they enter stage, one by one, saying their parts. All remain on stage to sing with audience at end. Cub #1: Another year is starting and we'd like to welcome you. And tell you what our purpose is and what we hope to do. Cub #2: The Cub Scouts are a group of boys; they help us grow up strong. They teach us to do what's right, and fight...

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Tips For The New Cubmaster
The best (and funniest) advice I ever received on being a Cubmaster was: "You're nine. Think like it. Act like it." While a great method, and a valuable planning tool, this doesn't give much insight on how to run your monthly Pack meeting! To that end, I've written up some helpful little hints to add a little spice to your meetings, or revive a tired program!First, don't think of your meeting as a 'meeting'. Start to think in terms of a...

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Theme Midway Advice on Games
On a cold winter den meeting night, you might try some of these ideas to keep the boys warm and dry. At www.printactivities.com, you can print out a variety of word search puzzles, dot-to-dots, and mazes. Information on how to play board games can be found at www.boardgamescentral. com. Old and new games can be found on this site, along with the instructions on how to play games such as checkers, Monopoly, Life, and dominos. At www.library.thinkquest.org, you will find...

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Charlie On The MTA
Let me tell ya of a story 'bout a man named Charlie, on a tragic and faithful day. He put ten cents in his pocket, kissed his wife and family, went to ride on the M.T.A Chorus: But did he ever return? No, he never returned, and his fate is still unlearned. (Poor old charlie). He may ride forever 'neath the streets of Boston, he's the man who never returned. Charlie handed in his dime at the Kendel Square Station...

Home > Resources > Leaders > Leader Tips

Understanding Boys
To a boy, Scouting is a game, a magnificent game, full of play and full of laughter, keeping him busy, keeping him happy. A boy becomes a Cub Scout for the sheer fun there is in it. The action in Scouting appeals to the boy's impulse to do something.The basic principle in Scouting is "learning by doing". There is nothing negative in it. There are no "don'ts." Scouting doesn't say "Don't rob a bird's nest", but instead, "find out about...

Home > Resources > The Outdoors > Pioneering > Knots

Loops Nooses The Bowline
The Bowline If you just need a loop, use a Butterfly Loop. But if the task isn’t critical, and you need to thread the loop around or through something before closing the...

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Nature Is Gods Handiwork
MATERIALS: 6 Cub Scouts 6 pieces of paper with a letter of NATURE printed in itEach Cub Scout holds up his letter and read the following (glue to back of letter card)N - N stands for naturalist - All of us who love and seek to preserve nature in its purist, undisturbed state.A - A is for animals - The creatures who make their homes in the great woodland and wilderness areas of our world.T - T is for the...

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Den Safari
For the third den meeting this month, it is suggested that the den go on safari within your community. Your destination could be a nature center, wildlife refuge, or large park where local wildlife might be spotted. Or safari could be a nature ramble....

Home > Resources > Activities > Skits

Scoutmasters Saw
Announcer: This scene takes place in a hardware store near Camp _______ home of the oldest surviving Scoutmaster. Scoutmaster (very old man): "My old crosscut saw is worn out, and I need something that will let me cut more wood for camp!" Owner: "Yes, sir! For only one hundred bucks you can be the proud owner of this chain saw. I guarantee that it will cut twice as much wood in a day as your old crosscut." Scoutmaster: (Handing over...

Home > Resources > Leaders > Leader Tips

You and the Boys
Your responsibilities to boys are to:Respect their rights as individuals and to treat them as such. See that they find in Cub Scouting the stimulation, fun, and adventure they expected when they joined. Develop among them a feeling of togetherness and of team spirit that gives them security and pride. "Do Your Best" as a leader. You will find the boys full of anticipation and enthusiasm. Their viewpoint is fresh and sparkling. Any adult who works with such raw materials...

Home > Resources > Ceremonies > Flag Opening

Six Ships of Scouting
Six Cub Scouts appear in sailor's hats. They carry pieces of poster board cut out in the shape of ships. In large print are the words representing the six 'ships" of Scouting.Cubmaster: Tonight, we are going to tell you about the six ships of Scouting. These are the ships that guide us through life. 1st Mate: SCHOLAR-SHIP. This ship is very important on the sea of education. Her flag bears the symbols of the letter "A!', and a plus sign...

Home > Resources > Ceremonies > Flag

Undiscovered Secrets
No matter where you live, there is a world of undiscovered secrets of nature waiting to be explored. Farmers and naturalists are students of nature. During this month, Pack __ has studied farms and farming life and learned more about the nature of our world.A naturalist stands like Columbus on the prow of his ship, with a vast continent before him. Except that the naturalists world can be at his feet. It is as near as your back yard, a...

Home > Resources > Activities > Songs

Girl Scouts Together
Girl Scouts together, That is our song. Winding the old trails, rocky and long. Learning out motto, living our creed. Girl Scouts together in ev'ry good deed. Girl Scouts together, Happy are we. Friendly to neighbors, far o'er the sea; Faithful to country, loyal to home, Known as true Girl Scouts where-ever we roam....

Home > Resources > Ceremonies > Cub Scout

Wildlife Pledge
(Provide copies of the Wildlife Pledge below to each person in audience, and ask them to repeat it together.)I pledge to use my eyes to see the beauty of all outdoors.I pledge to train my mind to learn the importance of nature.I pledge to use my hands to help protect our soil, water, woods, and wildlife.And by my good example, show others how to respect, properly use, and enjoy our natural resources. ...

Home > Resources > Ceremonies > Cub Scout

Outdoor Festival
As the dew dries on the ground; the birds start their morning songs; the animals scout for their morning meals; the trees sway with the breezes of nature; the waters reflect the morning sun; while the sun is rising and leaves are falling. Please rise and join with me in the Pledge of Allegiance. ...

Home > Resources > Ceremonies > Cub Scout

I Am An American
ARRANGEMENT: Flags are presented in the usual manner. 12 uniformed Cub Scouts have speaking parts.1ST CUB: My country gives each one of us the opportunity to advance according to his ambition. Education is for all. I am an American.2ND CUB: My country means love of freedom, faith in democracy, justice, and equality. I am an American.3RD CUB: My country believes in the moral worth of the common man. I am an American.4TH CUB: My country gives us the privilege of...

Home > Resources > Ceremonies > Flag Opening

America Is Special To Me
Arrangement: Eight Cub Scouts in uniforms stand in a straight line. Seven boys hold poster boards, each with one letter of AMERICA on one side. The other side shows a colorful drawing by the Cub Scout that corresponds to the description or of what...

Home > Resources > Ceremonies > Cub Scout

Cub Scout Garden
As a leader reads the narration, five Cub Scouts enter in turn, carrying posters showing peas, lettuce, squash, turnips, and garden tools.NARRATOR: Here is how to plant one of those thriving, productive Cub Scout gardens that every parent wants his son to grow up in.First, plant five rows of Peas - preparedness, promptness, perseverance, politeness, and praise.Then plant five rows of Lettuce - let us be faithful, let us be unselfish, let us be loyal, let us be truthful, let...

Home > Resources > Ceremonies > Cub Scout

A Naturalist Is
No matter where you live, there is a world of undiscovered secrets of nature still waiting to be explored.A naturalist is a student of natural history which includes the many things found in nature, such as plants and animals. This month, our dens have (briefly review some of the den activities an the theme)... There are many more interesting activities to help you Cub Scouts learn more about the world of nature and to develop an appreciation of it.A naturalist...

Home > Resources > Ceremonies > Flag

Den Candle
Boys are seated in a semi-circle around the den ceremonial board.Den leader begins by reminding the boys that we use a candle to symbolize Akela, the good leader.She then lights a candle.DEN LEADER: Boys of Den ____, this light means we will follow a good leader. It even means that we will do the right things when our leader isn't present because if we don't, our leader will lose faith in us. We will lose faith in ourselves, too, because...

Home > Resources > Ceremonies > Cub Scout

Flag Scout Oath And Arrow Of Light
EQUIPMENT: 3 Candles in a holder with the Arrow of Light symbol, 1 red, 1 white, & 1 blueWEBELOS LEADER: Have you noticed the strong bond between our flag and the Scout Oath? Let me show you. (Light White candle in center)One of the colors on our flag is white. It's the symbol of purity and perfection. It is the first point of our Scout Oath, our duty to God.(Light Red candle)The color red in our flag denotes sacrifice and...

Home > Resources > Ceremonies > Flag

Outdoor Code Closing
Leader: As a citizen of the United States, I will do my best to be clean in my outdoor manners.Pack: I will treat the outdoors as a heritage to be improved for our greater enjoyment. I will keep trash and garbage out of my country's waters, fields, woods, and roadways.Leader: Be careful with fire.Pack: I will prevent wildfire. I will build my fire in a safe place and be sure it is out before I leave.Leader: Be considerate in the...

Home > Resources > Leaders > Scoutmaster Minutes

The Smallest Factory
(Show a leaf of a tree or plant. )Tonight we've been discussing the oxygen and water cycles and how food chains support life on earth. We've learned that this little leaf can work a miracle. Who can tell me what the miracle is? This leaf is a food factory - it can make food by using the sunlight to turn nutrients from the soil and carbon dioxide into food. And at the same time,...

Home > Resources > Ceremonies > Cub Scout

I Am The World
NARRATOR: I am the world - Some call me mother nature. I am the mountains and the valleys and the land and the seas. All living things exist in me from the birds of the air to the fish in the waters. You see me in the beauty of the flowers and in the glory of the trees. When ever you roam to see the wonders of the world, the animals, the plants. the moon, the stars -- All that...

Home > Resources > Ceremonies > Eagle

Lighting The Eagle Trail Ceremony
SETTING:Two lecterns, with lights, placed on either side of the stage, will simplify the presentation. A single lighted candle is placed on a table in front of the moderator.. Rank symbols are placed on low tables between the two lecterns. An unlit candle is placed in front of each symbol. Twelve small candles are set on a table to one side. Three large candles are set on a table on the other side. Lights are dimmed.PARTICIPANTSModerator Eagle Candidate Mother Father...

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Eagle Scout Challenge II
The foremost responsibility of an Eagle Scout is to live with honor. To an Eagle Scout, honor is the foundation of all character. He knows that "A Scout is trustworthy" is the very first point of the Scout Law for a good reason. An Eagle Scout lives honorably, not only because honor is important to him but because of the vital significance of the example he sets for other Scouts. Living honorably reflects credit on his home, his church, his...

Home > Resources > Ceremonies > Flag

Outdoor Opening
Personnel: Cubmaster or Den LeaderAs the dew dries on the ground, The birds start their morning song, The animals scout for their morning meals, The trees sway with the breezes of nature, The waters reflect the morning sun. While the dew is rising and the leaves are falling, Please rise and join me in the Pledge of Allegiance to our country's flag....

Home > Resources > Leaders > Scoutmaster Minutes

Being Honest by Peter Van Houten
I'd like to share an experience I witnessed last night that exemplifies the virtues of honesty and the principles of being a Boy Scout!Beyond my role of Scout leader I am also a little league coach for the minor league. I was scouting (interesting choice of terms here) the team we'll be playing tomorrow and noticed they had a very talented first baseman. He was older than the rest and already a good 5'5" tall. Unfortunately, he'd had the misfortune...

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Flounder And Fluke
The Flounder and Fluke belong to a family known as "flatfish" because they swim flat on their sides, horizontally, like swimming "doormats" as they are sometimes affectionately called. They're scrappy fighters and plentiful most of the year; you can catch Flounder off New England when it's so cold that icicles sprout from your fishing rod. They're a prized food delicacy, too. The "fillet of sole" you see on restaurant menus is usually our friend the Flounder. The true Sole, found...

Home > Resources > Ceremonies > Flag Closing

Gods Handiwork Closing
Props: Posters of scenes in nature for each Cub Scout to hold as he reads. C.S.#1: We’ve learned a lot about taking care of this wondrous planet of ours. C.S.#2: We will protect and clean up the air so we all can enjoy the stars. C.S.#3: We won’t litter our fields and streams or throw our trash on the roads. C.S.#4: We will enjoy all the sun’s beams and protect the homes of the toads. C.S.#5: Nature is truly a...

Home > Resources > Ceremonies > Flag

Patriotic Opening 1
PERSONNEL: Narrator and 6 or more Cub Scouts.EQUIPMENT: American flag, tape player, recording (such as America the Beautiful or This is My Country), Pack flag.ARRANGEMENT: The color guards advance the flags in the normal manner while the patriotic tape is playing.They come to the front and stand at attention, facing audience while narrator reads the ceremony. The tape player volume should be turned down to provide background music during narration.NARRATOR: The heritage of freedom that is ours today was won...

Home > Resources > Ceremonies > Flag Closing

Lost Election Closing
A merchant in a small town ran for an office and was overwhelmingly defeated. He polled so few votes that he appeared ridiculous in the eyes of his neighbors, and both his social and business standing were in danger. It’s hard to be laughed at and still hold your ground. But this merchant was a good sport. What is more, he knew the perils of becoming the town joke. So he beat the town to it! The morning after the...

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Advancement01
Advancement is one of the methods we use to achieve Scouting's aims of character development, citizenship training, and personal fitness. Everything a Cub Scout does to advance is designed to achieve these aims and aid in his personal growth. Advancement is a process by which a boy progresses from badge to badge, learning new skills as he goes. We should remember that badges are simply a means to an end and not an end in themselves.Cub Scout advancement is not...

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An Eagle Closing
There are 48 kinds of eagles in the world. Only the Bald Eagle and the Golden Eagle breed in the United StatesMany Bald Eagles have been killed by hunters and trappers. There are now only about 15,000 left in the United States.Many people fear that the eagle will become extinct. In 1940 the Bald Eagle was protected by Federal laws, but not until 1962 were Federal laws protecting the Golden Eagle enacted.Before the laws were passed protecting them, many Eagles...

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Save it for Us
The next time you’re outside, pause a moment to look at the old trees. They have sheltered countless generations of wildlife and have withstood years of extreme weather and the abuses of man. They’ve seen children playing at their roots and climbing in their branches. They’ve heard the conversations of war and peace of the men gathered in their generous shade. Listen to the brook as it whispers of its secret travels nurturing the earth along the way. Look into...
Recipes

Crunchy Granola Suite
2 cups rolled oats
2 cups flaked wheat
1 cup bran
1 1/2 cups chopped nutmeats -- your choice
2 tbs brewer's yeast
2 cups dry milk
1 cup honey
1/2 cups oil
1/4 tsp ground ginger
1/4 tsp cloves
1/4 tsp allspice
1/2 tsp cinnamon

Combine the dry ingredients. Over low heat combine dry ingredients with honey and oil. Mix until ingredients are warm and sticky. Spread in a thin layer in a large pot lid and bake in a Dutch oven at low heat for 45-60 minutes or until brown but not burned. Let cool slightly, then cover with wax paper and press into solid cake. Let cool and cut into bars or squares. Wrap in waxed paper and store in zip-lock bags until ready to eat.

Hooter Sandwiches
8 slices turkey lunch meat
8 slices cooked ham lunch meat
8 slices Swiss cheese
16 slices rye bread
1 1/2 cup flour
1 tbs baking powder
1 1/3 cup water
1 egg, beaten oil powdered sugar

Place 1 slice turkey on 8 slices of bread. Top with slice of Swiss cheese and slice of ham. Top with remaining bread. Cut each sandwich into quarters. Use toothpicks to hold together. Mix flour, baking powder, and salt well. Add water to beaten egg and add to flour mixture. Mix well. Dip each sandwich quarter into batter. Heat 1in oil in large skillet. Fry dipped sandwiches until golden brown. Remove toothpicks and sprinkle with powdered sugar. Serve warm.  A taste treat from Fuzzy and the Hooters.

Thoughts to Ponder

Be Proud

You can't watch TV or read a newspaper today without hearing the word "community." Theres talk about the black community, the Hispanic community, the business community, and the scientific community. Wherever there are people with the same interests, they're a community.

You're part of a community, too. It's our neighborhood (or town). As a resident ofthis community, you have some common interests with everybody else who lives here. You want it to be clean and safe with pleasant streets, good schools, and friendly people-a place you can be proud of.

Well, there's something you can do about that.

In fact, were going to do something about it next week with our Good Turn. But you can do more. You can avoid littering, for example, and it won't hurt you to pick up other people's litter either. You can be a good citizen in school and thus make your school better.

Be proud of your community. And let's all do our part to make it a place to be proud of.

 

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