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Protect Yourself Rules Preview Adventure


This Adventure is a Preview Adventure which is currently under review.
See the information on Scouting.org. It may be earned by Cub Scouts in each level
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Note: For Cub Scout ranks; Tiger, Wolf, Bear, Webelos, and Arrow of Light the Cyber Chip requirement may be replaced with earning the Protect Yourself Rules Adventure. Lions do not have a Cyber Chip requirement for rank. If Cub Scouts use the Protect Yourself Rules Adventure in place of the Cyber Chip requirement, the adventure can not be used as an elective for rank. There are different requirements for the Protect Yourself Rules Adventure for each Cub Scout Rank, as shown below.


Lion strip
LION REQUIREMENTS

Complete each of the following:

  1. Watch the Protect Yourself video lessons for this adventure.
  2. Identify the difference between a safe touch and an unsafe touch.
  3. With your adult partner, practice Shout, Run, and Tell.

Workbook for use with these requirements: PDF Format DOCX Format


Tiger Badge
TIGER REQUIREMENTS

Complete each of the following:

  1. Watch the Protect Yourself video lessons for this adventure.
  2. Identify the difference between a safe touch and an unsafe touch.
  3. With your adult partner, make a list of five trusted adults.
  4. With your adult partner, practice Shout, Run, and Tell.

Workbook for use with these requirements: PDF Format DOCX Format


Wolf badge
WOLF REQUIREMENTS

Complete each of the following:

  1. Watch the Protect Yourself video lessons for this adventure.
  2. Demonstrate how you would say "No!" to someone who is doing something that makes you feel uncomfortable.
  3. Identify five trusted adults, and share this list with your parent or legal guardian.
  4. Describe the characteristics of a "safe stranger."

Workbook for use with these requirements: PDF Format DOCX Format


Bear Badge
BEAR REQUIREMENTS

Complete each of the following:

  1. Watch the "Protect Yourself" video lessons for this adventure.
  2. Explain the difference between a safe touch and an unsafe touch.
  3. Identify five trusted adults and share this list with your parent or legal guardian.
  4. Describe "personal space." and complete the Personal Space Bubble.
  5. Come up with three different ways to say no to someone who touches you on a private body part.

Workbook for use with these requirements: PDF Format DOCX Format


Webelos Badges
WEBELOS REQUIREMENTS

Complete each of the following:

  1. Watch the "Protect Yourself" video lessons for this adventure.
  2. Know the six Protect Yourself Rules.
  3. Describe what cyberbullying is and identify things you should never tell about yourself to others when online.
  4. Describe three ways to get out of a situation with someone who is making you feel unsafe.
  5. List five safe adults you could tell if someone has made you feel unsafe.

Workbook for use with these requirements: PDF Format DOCX Format


Arrow of Light Badge

ARROW OF LIGHT REQUIREMENTS

Complete each of the following:

  1. Watch the "Protect Yourself" video lessons for this adventure.
  2. Know the six Protect Yourself Rules.
  3. Describe what cyberbullying is and identify things you should never tell about yourself to others when online.
  4. Explain what you would do if you or a friend felt unsafe at home.
  5. List five safe adults you could tell if someone has made you feel unsafe.
  6. Name two of Scouting's Barriers to Abuse that adults are to follow.

Workbook for use with these requirements: PDF Format DOCX Format

Source: https://www.scouting.org/programs/cub-scouts/preview-adventures/protect-yourself-rules/


Page updated on: May 15, 2021



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