Scouting from Home Resources for Cubs

Advancement requirements and approvals have been modified for the next 3 months in the Cub Scout and Scout BSA programs to facilitate Scouts continuing their journey with the support of family members and scout leaders. Click the resource below to see changes.

National Advancement Guidelines

Cyber Chip Recommendation for all Scouts

The Cyber Chip focuses on online safety and has an appropriate program for every grade level from K-12. As we move to utilizing web based systems and having scouts use the internet to research merit badges and do adventures make sure your Scout has taken or renewed their training this year. The Cyber Chip can be completed on the national website HERE. In addition, our week 1 LevelUp Challenge is to do or renew your Cyber Chip. You can find that resource HERE.

Cyber Chip: National Website Cyber Chip

LevelUp Challenge Week 1

Cub Scout Adventures from Home

Below we have listed all of the adventures for each rank that can be completed at home. Luckily many of these are elective adventures which you may have not completed at this point in the year. Check out the youtube video below from Cubmaster Nick at Pack 324 in Raceland, LA on how the program works from home. He also details the adventures for each rank in the video.

Lion | Kindergarten

  • Animal Kingdom | This Adventure is all about community. | Required Adventure
  • Build it Up, Knock it Down | This Adventure is all about building. | Elective Adventure
  • Gizmos and Gadgets |  This Adventure is all about motion, force and creating objects. | Elective Adventure
  • I’ll Do It Myself |  This Adventure is all about being prepared. | Elective Adventure
  • Pick My Path |  This Adventure is all about to do a good turn daily. | Elective Adventure
  • Ready, Set, Grow | This Adventure focuses on plants and gardens. | Elective Adventure

Tiger | 1st Grade 

  • Backyard Jungle | This Adventure and is very hands-on with planting something and building birdhouses — this can be done as a solo family Adventure. | Required Adventure
  • My Family’s Duty to God | This is often an “at home” adventure anyway because faith beliefs in Scouting are determined by the family. | Required Adventure
  • Tiger Bites | An Adventure that covers food choices and preparation, manners and nutrition. | Required Adventure
  • Curiosity, Intrigue, and Magical Mysteries | An Adventure about magic, codes, sign language and more. | Elective Adventure
  • Family Stories | An Adventure about family heritage. | Elective Adventure
  • Sky is the Limit |  Adventure all about the night sky, constellations, astronauts, etc. | Elective Adventure
  • Stories in Shapes | An Adventure about art. | Elective Adventure
  • Tiger-Safe and Smart | An Adventure all about home and neighborhood safety. | Elective Adventure
  • Tiger Tales | An Adventure all about story-telling, tall tales, singing. | Elective Adventure

Wolf | 2nd Grade

  • Paws on the Path | An Adventure covering hiking skills and nature and maps. | Required Adventure
  • Adventures in Coins | An Adventure about Coins. | Elective Adventure
  • Code of the Wolf | An Adventure that uses math games and secret codes. | Elective Adventure
  • Digging in the Past | An Adventure about dinosaurs, fossils andarcheology. | Elective Adventure
  • Finding Your Way | An Adventure about map and compass, hiking and a scavenger hunt. | Elective Adventure
  • Germs Alive | An Adventure about keeping clean and germs. | Elective Adventure
  • Grow Something | An Adventure about planting and make a terrarium. | Elective Adventure
  • Motor Away | An Adventure about cars, boats and paper airplanes. | Elective Adventure
  • Paws of Skill | An Adventure about fitness, sports, sporting event andobstacle courses. | Elective Adventure

Bear | 3rd Grade

  • BALOO the Builder | An Adventure covering using tools and wood tools. | Required Adventure
  • Bear Claws | An Adventure all about knife use and knife safety. | Required Adventure
  • Fellowship and Duty to God | This is often an “at home” adventure anyway because faith beliefs in Scouting are determined by the family. | Required Adventure
  • Paws for Action | An Adventure that’s all about history/patriotism, visiting a law enforcement facility, basic emergency preparedness, energy conservation and a cleanup service project. | Required Adventure
  • Bear Picnic Basket | An Adventure about cooking. | Elective Adventure
  • Make It Move | An Adventure about fun Engineering. | Elective Adventure
  • Roaring Laughter | An Adventure about Fun, Jokes, Stories andGames. | Elective Adventure
  • Robotics | An Adventure about robots. | Elective Adventure
  • Super Science | An Adventure about Fun Science experiments. | Elective Adventure
  • A World of Sound | An Adventure about World Music and Instruments. | Elective Adventure

Webelos & Arrow of Light | 4th & 5th Grade

  • Duty to God and You | This is often an “at home” adventure anyway because faith beliefs in Scouting are determined by the family. | Required Adventure
  • First Responder | An adventure, covering basic first aid and emergency preparedness.
  • Adventures In Science | An Adventure about science. | Required Adventure
  • Art Explosion | An Adventure about art. | Elective Adventure
  • Aware and Care | An Adventure about Disabilities Awareness. | Elective Adventure
  • Build My Own HeroAn Adventure about Citizen Heroes. | Elective Adventure
  • Engineer An Adventure about engineering. | Elective Adventure
  • Fix ItAn Adventure about home repairs. | Elective Adventure
  • Game DesignAn Adventure about games. | Elective Adventure
  • Looking Back, Looking ForwardAn Adventure about Your Own Timeline. | Elective Adventure
  • Maestro | An Adventure about music. | Elective Adventure
  • Moviemaking | An Adventure about moviemaking. | Elective Adventure
  • Project FamilyAn Adventure about family life. | Elective Adventure
 
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St. John the Baptist, St. Bernard, St. Charles, St. James,
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