What Is A Cub Scout
Posted On: 2022-05-11

Equipment: At his turn each Cub Scout holds up a card
with his part written on the front (PROMISE, LAW OF THE
PACK, MOTTO, SIGN, etc.) and his lines on the back.

Cub #1: I have a promise. It has three parts and Cub
Scouts all over the nation are brothers and friends
in this promise.

Cub #2: I have a law. It is the Law of the Pack. This law
should be used daily in each Cub Scout’s life, in
all he does at home, school and play.

Cub #3: I have a motto, “Do Your Best.” This means that
I am willing to try as hard as I can in everything I
do.

Cub #4: I have a sign. This I give whenever I repeat my
promise or the Law of the Pack. The two fingers
stand for two parts of the Promise and look like a
wolf’s ears ready to listen to Akela.

Cub #5: I have a salute. My salute means that I respect my
country and flag. I give my salute like this. (Give
salute.)

Cub #6: I have a handshake. I give it with my right hand. I
have two fingers up and two fingers down. This
means that I will help others and obey the Law of
the Pack. (Give handshake.)

Cub #7: I have a uniform and am proud to wear it. It must
be neat at all times. When in uniform I try even
harder than usual to obey the Law of the Pack.

CM: Will the audience stand and recite the Cub Scout
Promise and the Law of the Pack?

CA: Now, we'd like you stay standing and salute the
flag and say the Pledge of Allegiance.