Cub Scout Rank Adventures!

Resources for online Adventure Meetings

Video Resources for you Den Meetings

Produced by the teams across the nation and gathered together at the national BSA’s Scouting.org these video resources are short videos to be used as part of a virtual den meeting to help you explore every one of the Cub Scout Adventures. Check out the video for your next Adventure!

Monthly Themes to help drive Pack and Troop Programs!

Produced by the Mount Baker Council Scouting at Home Committee using the National Scouting themes for Cub’s and Scouts BSA this month to month outlines can be helpful for Den Leaders, Cubmasters, Scoutmasters and Senior Patrol Leaders in putting together program for their Den, Pack or Troop!

If you have been wondering what adventures to be working on from home, here is a list of Cub Scout Adventures with requirements that can be done from home.

Cub Scout Daily Challenges!

Introducing the 30-Day Cub Scout Challenge, a great way to keep your Scouting skills sharp without leaving home. Packed full of adventure and elective requirements, use this daily checklist as a roadmap to rank advancement.

These video challenges were created by the Boy’s Life team to introduce families who are not in Cub Scouting to th activities that are done in Cub Scouting during the pandemic. They may also be sued to help support Den Leaders in providing resources to the members of their den during virtual meetings or at home activities.

Re-charge your Cyber Chip!

Today’s youth are spending more time than ever using digital media for education, research, socializing, and fun. To help families and volunteers keep youth safe while online, the Boy Scouts of America introduces the Cyber Chip. In developing this exciting new tool, the BSA teamed up with content expert NetSmartz®, part of the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children® and training expert for many law enforcement agencies.

Protect Yourself Adventure

The Boy Scouts of America is committed to creating safe environments for Scouts and leaders. Child abuse is an uncomfortable topic but an important one for us to cover to ensure the safety and well-being of our Scouts. The Boy Scouts of America has partnered with subject-matter experts from the Barbara Sinatra Children’s Center Foundation to present the “Protect Yourself Rules” that help children recognize, respond to, and report abuse.