July Cub Scout Roundtable Issue

Volume 6, Issue 11

Sea To Shining Sea (Webelos Aquanaut & Geologist)



Anyone can grab a tiger by the tail
You can only survive by knowing
what to do next.

Tiger Cubs, BSA, is an exciting program of the Boy Scouts of America for first-grade boys, or those who are 7 years old, and adult family members. You and your boy will have many wonderful opportunities to search out new activities, discover new things, and share them with one another. Incidentally, "Search, Discover, Share," is the motto of Tiger Cubs. Tiger Cub groups are affiliated with a Cub Scout pack, and members of the pack hope you and your boy will become active in Cub Scouting after your time in Tiger Cubs. Tiger Cubs, BSA, is approximately a 1-year program, after which your boy is eligible to join Cub Scouting. The Tiger Cub program is designed with a minimum of organization. There are 17 big ideas. Built around each big idea are activities that you and your boy can do, and activities for the Tiger Cub group as a whole. The important thing to remember is that you and your group can choose which big ideas you want to pursue and when. The only requirement in the order of Big Ideas is to start with Big Idea #1 and to complete the Tiger Cub year with Big Idea #17. Other than those two you may choose what you want in the order that best fits your needs.

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