Scouts use the Cooking Merit Badge Pamphlet to earn the Cooking merit badge, which introduces principles of cooking that can be used both at home or in the outdoors. Scouts who earn this badge will learn about food safety, nutritional guidelines, meal planning, and methods of food preparation, and will review the variety of culinary (or cooking) careers available. Completion of this merit badge is required to earn Eagle Scout rank. Learn More
Each troop is encouraged to use this single card as recognition for each Boy Scout as he completes the joining requirements and earns the rank of Scout. This is a great item to use during a presentation at a unit court of honor.
Individual pocket certificate measures approximately 2" x 3" and includes spaces for entering Scout’s name, council it was earned in, unit type, unit number, and scoutmaster signature.
Designed to be completed using an ink pen. A Boy Scout Rank Pocket Certificate 8-sheet (item 627522) is also available.
This is a restricted item. Available only in your local council trading post or Scout Shop with required paperwork.
Natural-wood craft sticks are used for many Cub Scout Adventure projects. And this large 300-pack is perfect for day camps and year-round use.
Pack includes 150 blue sticks and 150 yellow. Each stick measures 6" x ¾".
Perfect for Cub Scout Bears earning their Whittling Chips, this kit includes:
• Four bars of soft carving soap (each 4½" long x 1" high x 3" wide)
• Four stencils: bear, fleur-de-lis, arrowhead, and fish Learn More