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  1. Tiger Cub The Newest Rank in Cub Scouting

  2. History of Tiger CubsHighlights: • 1982 • Introduction of Tiger Cubs, BSA • 1986-1993 • Fast Start video, iron on “paws”, Group Coach, support materials, basic training • 1996 • Tiger Cub dens part of pack, more frequent meetings, more resources, belt totem • 2001 • Tiger Cub Handbook, Tiger Cub den leader, rank advancement program

  3. Search, Discover, ShareThe Tiger Cub Task Force: • Searched out ways to enhance the program for first grade boys • Discovered, through experience and market research, elements that can help to ATTRACT and RETAIN more boys • Shared these elements in a new rank advancement program

  4. What hasn’t changed? • A LOT! • Tiger Cubs is still a fun, relatively simple program for 1st grade boys and their adult partner, who share leadership and learn about Cub Scouting. • The newly enhanced program is designed to be age appropriate for first grade boys.

  5. What’s the Point? Attract more boys and retain them longer! G T E R I C U B S

  6. Leadership • Tiger Cub den leader • Fast Start and Basic Training • Wears Adult Leader uniform • Actively participates in pack leadership meetings • Coordinates shared leadership • Adult partner • Shares in leadership of den • Participates along with boy

  7. Dens • Each month: • 2 den meetings • 1 Go See It • 1 pack meeting • Adult partner attends and participates in all activities along with the Tiger Cub • Adult partners share leadership of dens

  8. Uniform • Tiger Cubs wear official orangeuniform T-shirt • Optional: • Newly designed Tiger Cub uniform cap • Blue Cub Scout pants • Blue Web belt with Tiger Cub buckle • Blue Cub Scout socks

  9. Support • Tiger Cub Handbook • Cub Scout Program Helps • Cub Scout Leader Book • Monthly Cub Scout Leader Roundtable • Attend split session along with Cub Scout Den Leaders

  10. Advancement • Tiger Cub • The newest rank in Cub Scouting

  11. What happens to the Webelos Badge? • Diamond-Shaped Badge • If boy did not participate in Tiger Cubs • For those boys who were in Tiger Cubs but did not earn Tiger Cub rank • Oval-Shaped Badge • To aid in the transition to Boy Scouts • Worn only on tan uniform and with no other ranks or arrow points

  12. Trail to Tiger • Tiger Cub Belt Totem • Cub Scout sign • Cub Scout salute • Tiger Cub motto • Presented in a pack meeting

  13. Five Achievement Areas • Making My Family Special • Where I Live • Keeping Myself Healthy and Safe • How I Tell It • Let’s Go Outdoors

  14. Three Activities in Each Achievement Area • Family activity (white bead) • Den activity (orange bead) • Go See It (black bead)

  15. To Earn theTiger Cub Badge:

  16. Recognition • Beads are awarded in den setting • After a total of 15 beads are earned (5 beads of each color) the Tiger badge is awarded in a pack meeting • The Tiger badge is affixed to the totem and is sewn on the blue shirt when the boy transitions to a Wolf Cub Scout Den

  17. Electives • The Tiger Cub Handbook has 50 elective choices • Electives may be repeated • One yellow tiger track bead for each 10 electives completed • Tiger tracks are awarded at pack meetings • Flexible- to meet the needs of each boy

  18. Character ConnectionsConnect an activity to one of the core values of Cub Scouting • Head • What do I know? • Heart • How do I feel? • Hand • What can I do?

  19. Citizenship Compassion Cooperation Courage Faith Health and Fitness Honesty Perseverance Positive Attitude Resourcefulness Respect Responsibility 12 Core Valuesof Cub Scouting

  20. Bobcat Badge • The Bobcat badge may be earned at any time after the Tiger badge has been earned • Save for blue uniform

  21. Outdoor Programs • Yes!!! • Tiger cubs should participate in age appropriate Cub Scout camping opportunities offered by your council • Councils create outdoor opportunities • Boys like outdoor activities

  22. Final Thoughts… • Tiger Cubs are the future of a pack • Tiger Cub adult partners are the future leaders of a pack

  23. Questions and Answers