1.Be an active member of your Webelos den for three months. (Being active means having good attendance, paying your den dues, and working on den projects.)
2. Complete each of the following Webelos required adventures with your den or family:
3. Complete two Webelos-Aol elective adventures of your den or family’s choosing.
- Adventures in Science
- Art Explosion
- Aware and Care
- Build It
- Build My Own Hero
- Earth Rocks!
- Fix It
- Game Design
- Into the Wild
- Into the Woods
- Looking Back, Looking Forward
- Project Family
4. With your parent or guardian, complete the exercises in the pamphlet How to Protect Your Children from Child Abuse: A Parent’s Guide, and earn the Cyber Chip award for your age.*
If your family does not have Internet access at home AND you do not have ready Internet access at school or another public place or via a mobile device, the Cyber Chip portion of this requirement may be waived by your parent or guardian.
For each adventure, the Webelos Scout must complete the requirements as outlined in the Webelos Handbook. Requirement 7 of Bobcat and requirement 4 of Webelos and Arrow of Light are identical. If a Cub Scout earns his Bobcat rank during the same year that he begins working on his Webelos or Arrow of Light rank, he needs to complete the requirement only one time.
It can happen to any one of us, your having a nice walk in the woods and your all of a sudden turned around and lost!
One of the very first things your scout will learn in Cub Scouts is the Cub Scout Sign.
In the Webelos adventure, Into The Woods, requirement 5 has the scouts looking around their homes to find items that are made out of wood and share their findings with their den.
Found on page 224 of the 1959 6th edition of the Boy Scout Handbook, the Outdoor Code reminds us of America's natural resources and how to conserve them.
Have you ever stopped and counted the rings on the log your about to place in the campfire?
n the area that I live in, there are two main groups of trees. We have deciduous (trees that lose all their leaves for part of the year), and Evergreen (trees that do not lose all their leaves at the same time).