Create a pack handbook that helps keep families informed.
A bike rodeo can be a fun way to teach bike safety to the boys in your pack — and to promote Scouting in your community.
Ideas from experts: How to spare the rod when disciplining your children.
Just because a boy has a food allergy, doesn’t mean he can’t participate in Cub Scouting. Here’s how to make your pack welcoming to those with food allergies.
Does your pack feel compelled to offer a helping hand to families who wish to join Scouting but might need financial assistance for uniforms, camp or other expenses? Here’s how you can help.
Ready to roll? Here’s how to craft the perfect Cubmobile car and let gravity do the rest.
Try one of these exciting themes — like Star Wars — at your pack’s next blue and gold banquet.
How can your unit create a culture that expects and encourages training? Two longtime Cub Scouters share their advice.
Cub Scouting isn’t just about earning the next pin, patch, bead or belt loops. Read how these Cub Scout leaders focus both on advancement and fun.
Don’t let homesickness sidetrack your Scouts’ summer camp plans.
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