Introducing a new adventure novel in the wildly popular "Mysteries in our National Parks" series from National Geographic - Wolf Stalker.
This series treats readers to the adventures of brother-sister sleuths Jack and Ashley Landon. Traveling with their mother, Olivia, a wildlife biologist, and their father, Steven, a nature photographer, they visit magnificent National Parks where they always seem to stumble upon a puzzle that only they can solve. These adventures will keep kids on the edge of their seats while they learn about our country’s natural heritage and the role we all have in understanding and protecting it for the future. Learn More
Each pack is encouraged to use the Wolf Pocket Certificate card to recognize each Cub Scout as he earns the rank of Wolf. This recognition takes place during the monthly pack meeting.
This item provides a sheet of 8 pocket certificates, perforated for convenience and ease of printing on home computers.
Each card includes spaces for Cub Scout’s name, den number or den name, pack number, date earned, and signatures of den leader and Cubmaster. Card should be completed using ink. Learn More
This pamphlet provides den meeting plans developed around a Scouting program year presumed to begin in early September and continue through May. Plans are intended for the den leader’s use and include:
Programming for the program/school year, including rank advancement requirements for dens meeting twice a month
Additional programming for dens meeting year-round or more than twice per month
Activities – some designed to be partially completed in one meeting and finished in another, plus other activities or skills that are natural prerequisites for things that come later in the den’s year
Den meeting plans for each rank (designed to be conducted in sequential order)
Note: local conditions (weather, events, etc.) or your den’s schedule may make altering the order of den meetings attractive. As a den leader, you may change the order as long as you make sure the change does not jeopardize the boys’ opportunity to earn their rank in the allotted time and it doesn’t disrupt the logical order of the activities and achievements. When there is any doubt, the planned order should be used. Please discuss any changes with your leadership team, as these alterations can also affect pack activities. Learn More