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  1. Instructions Click on “View” and then “Notes Page” to view the syllabus and additional notes. When printing, go to “File”, then “Print”, then “Print What”: print both the slides and the notes pages Notes Pages: Show Resources Handout Do

  2. Welcome

  3. Opening Ceremony

  4. The Cub Scout Promise I, (name) promise to do my best To do my duty to God and my country, To help other people, and To obey the Law of the Pack.

  5. Why are you here? To learn the fundamentals of Cub Scouting To learn what Cub Scout leaders do To learn how to make Cub Scouting work To learn how to have FUN with the den and pack To learn how to have successful den and pack meetings and activities

  6. Today’s Training Models a pack meeting Starts with general information Continues with specific information Provide you with the tools to succeed

  7. What is Cub Scouting

  8. Cub Scouting Is for boys ages 7 to 11 or in the first through fifth grade Is family oriented Builds independence Gives boys skills that will be useful for their lifetime Has age-appropriate activities and lessons Is the young-boy program of BSA

  9. The Foundations of Scouting BSA Mission Statement The Scout Oath The Scout Law The Vision Statement The Aims

  10. Purposes of Cub Scouting 1. Character development 2. Spiritual growth 3. Good citizenship 4. Sportsmanship and fitness 5. Family understanding 6. Respectful relationships 7. Personal achievement 8. Friendly service 9. Fun and adventure 10. Preparation for Boy Scouting

  11. Fun and Adventure

  12. Methods of Cub Scouting Ideals Den Advancement Family Involvement Activities Uniform Character Connections Home- and Neighborhood-Centered

  13. Age-Appropriate Programs Tiger Cubs First grade Cub Scouts Wolf – second grade Bear – third grade Webelos Scouts (We’ll Be Loyal Scouts) Fourth and Fifth Grade

  14. Where Do I fit in

  15. The Scouting Organization BSA Program Support Sam Houston Area Council Bayshore District

  16. The Scouting Organization Community Support

  17. The Scouting Organization Adult Leadership Supporting Den and Pack Program Committee Chair and Members Cubmasters Assistant Cubmaster Pack Trainer

  18. The Scouting Organization Adults and Boys! Den Leaders Assistant Den Leaders Tiger Cubs and Adult Partners Cub Scouts Webelos Scouts Den Chiefs

  19. The Scouting Organization Cub Scouts Pack Leadership District, Council, and National Inverted Pyramid

  20. More Fun Cub Scouts love

  21. Safeguarding our Youth Youth Protection Two-deep leadership online training available Never one-on-one with youth Health and Safety What activities are age-appropriate? What are the BSA policies? Training available Guide to Safe Scouting

  22. 12 Core Values of Cub Scouting Citizenship Honesty Compassion Perseverance Cooperation Positive attitude Courage Resourcefulness Faith Respect Health and fitness Responsibility

  23. Become a Bobcat The first accomplishment in Cub Scouting Simple requirements It’s your turn!

  24. Cub Scout sign

  25. The Cub Scout Promise I, (name) promise to do my best To do my duty to God and my country, To help other people, and To obey the Law of the Pack.

  26. The Law of the Pack The Cub Scout follows Akela, The Cub Scout helps the pack go, The pack helps the Cub Scout grow, The Cub Scout gives good will.

  27. Tell What Webelos Means We’ll BeLoyal Scouts

  28. Cub Scout salute

  29. Cub Scout handshake

  30. Cub Scout motto Do Your Best

  31. Character Connections Honesty

  32. Child Protection Exercises

  33. Congratulations You have earned your Bobcat badge. It will be awarded later at the pack meeting.

  34. Time for a Cheer Recognition is always welcome at a pack meeting!

  35. Review and Questions

  36. Fun Comes From….. The Cub Scout month Pack organization Purpose of the Cub Scout program themes Annual program planning conference Unit budget plan Parent involvement – how to get help Activities (pack, district, and council) Resources and information

  37. The Cub Scout Month Three Den Meetings Boys and leaders Activities and advancement Build to the Pack Meeting Pack Meeting Fun Recognition Show, share and succeed!

  38. Pack Organization Chart

  39. Cub Scout Program Themes Monthly themes Provided by BSA How to have fun for a month Ideas for den and pack meetings Supported by Roundtable, Cub Scout Program Helps, Scouting magazine, and Boys’ Life Answer the questions: What should we do?

  40. Cub Scout Program Themes

  41. Cub Scout Year Annual program planning conference Decide what to do the following year Use program themes Add your own activities Pinewood derby Space derby Raingutter regatta Ensure a year-round program Summertime Pack Award Twilight/resident/family camps Quality Unit Award

  42. Pack Budget Plan Funding the pack Pack money-earning ideas Dues Council-supported fundraising programs Make Scouting affordable

  43. Parent Involvement Encourage all parents to participate Ask for help Start with just one job Ask them to do something specific Ask them to register Insurance coverage Closer relations to the unit Scouting magazine Consider Single parent families Grandparents Parent and Family Talent Survey

  44. Parent Involvement

  45. Activities Advancement

  46. Sports & Academics Program(Beltloops & Pins)

  47. Activities Camping and Field trips Tour permits

  48. Bovay

  49. Twilight Camp

  50. Scout Day