December Cub Scout Roundtable Issue
Volume 7, Issue 4
What Do You Do at Holiday Time (Webelos Craftsman & Citizen)
Good citizenship is emphasized throughout Scouting. Being a good citizen means helping other people, knowing the history of our country, appreciating the contributions and sacrifices of others who have made our country better, knowing our public officials, understanding how our government works, obeying the laws, and doing things that will benefit the community.
Den Activities/Field Trips
Cub Scout Uniform
Materials: Denner out of uniform
When preparing for the uniform inspection have the Webelos tell what is wrong with the Denner.
(Be sure to have fun with this. I've seen something similar and the scouter was wearing fuzzy bear slippers, coat was on backwards, etc. Baloo)
Citizen Work Book
1. The first words of the Declaration of Independence are:
"We hold these truths to be self-evident"
"We, the People of the United States"
"When in the course of human events"
"Four score and seven years ago"
2. The first draft of the Declaration of Independence was written by:
3. The Constitution of the United States was signed in what year?
4. What is the minimum age for a President of the United States, and in what document is this stated?
5. Which amendment to the Constitution
provided for the abolition of slavery?
6. A senator serves a term of:
7. What is the maximum number of years a President may serve?
8. Which amendment to the Constitution guarantees freedom of speech?
9. What legislative body has the sole power to impeach a President?
10. Who takes over in the event of death of the President?
1. "When in the course of human events"
2. Thomas Jefferson
4. Age 35, as stated in the Constitution
6. Six years
7. Ten years (two terms plus the remainder of a predecessor's term if 2 years or less)
8. First Amendment
9. House of Representatives
10. Vice President
Liberty Bell Slide
Materials: Thin wood, copper colored paint, ring for back, PVC, cut thinly
Trace this liberty bell pattern onto cardboard, cut out and use to make shapes on wood.
Have boys cut wood. Sand and paint with the copper colored paint. Make the simulated crack with a fine-tipped black marker. Attach ring to rear of slide.
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