As they use this pamphlet to earn the Family Life merit badge, Scouts learn the family is the basic unit of society and is important to both individuals and communities.
They will realize why it is important to know more about family life, how to strengthen their families, and how to effectively explain and discuss:
• How the actions of one family member can affect other members
• How to conduct a family meeting that could include the topics of substance abuse, the growing-up process, body changes, making responsible decisions about sex, personal and family finances, family crisis situations, effects of technology, and proper etiquette and manners
• What makes an effective father and why
• Thoughts on the father’s role in the family, including the responsibilities of a parent
This merit badge is required to obtain Eagle Scout rank. Learn More
Sturdy paper-board three-ring binder.
The “mark of the Wolf” shows up on front, with claw-slash graphics and “Cub Scouts” lettering in yellow on the blue front cover. Back cover features distressed wolf-head graphic in yellow. Spine reads “Cub Scouts” and includes the Cub Scouts logo.
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".
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