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  1. Tiger Advancement Chart

    Tiger Advancement Chart

    $2.49
    Poster-style chart assists you in keeping accurate records as you track the progress of your Tiger den. A great display to keep the motivation and enthusiasm going at den and pack meetings! Measures 23" x 17". Learn More
  2. Wolf Pocket Certificate – 8-Sheet

    Wolf Pocket Certificate – 8-Sheet

    $1.24
    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
  3. Cub Scouts® Tiger Cub Handbook for Youth—Coil- Bound

    Cub Scouts® Tiger Cub Handbook for Youth—Coil- Bound

    $18.99
    Designed for use by first-grade boys and their adult guides, this handbook:
    • Tells about the Tiger Cub program, including information about dens, leaders, uniforms, and advancement
    • Includes ideas for planning a den program as well as advancement activities (achievements and electives)
    • Features sections on Cub Scouting’s Leave No Trace Awareness Award, the Cub Scout Academics and Sports program, the BSA Family program, Bobcat requirements, and moving into a Wolf Cub Scout den
    Coil-bound edition is perfect for use outside—coil binding holds up to tougher wear and lays flat for ease of use when book is open. Learn More
  4. Bear Den Leader Guide Book – Spanish-Language Version

    Bear Den Leader Guide Book – Spanish-Language Version

    $8.99
    This Spanish-language pamphlet provides den meeting plans developed around a Scouting program year presumed to begin in early September and continue through May. Learn More
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