The Rainy Day Resource Page
Guide to Activities for Children
a computer section, an active section and an Easy Recipes section. How to make
lots of gloppy stuff – Play Dough, Edible Peanut Butter Play Dough, Kool Aid
Play Dough, Salt Clay, Finger Paint, “Oobleck” or Play Slime and more. Check it
25 Ways to Recruit Cub Scouts
Santa Clara County Council
article has lots of ideas of things that leaders and Scouts can do in
preparation not only for a Joining Night but all year long and in a variety of
settings. They may seem obvious but they are easy to do and are great
conversation pieces while creating awareness of Cub Scouting in your community.
leaders, you are Cub Scouting’s best sales force. This guidebook has been
created by the staff of the Santa Clara County Council to assist leaders in
offering a series of quality invitations to each and every young man. The goal
is to leave no stone unturned. This collection of invitation ideas, will help
ensure that no boy gets left behind, left out of the opportunity to build a
pinewood derby car, or left out of the opportunity to “Do His Best”.
challenge - use these ideas. Use your imagination and to help spread the
excitement of the Cub Scout program.
National Quality Unit Award
Here is a
great site to learn all about the National Quality Unit Awards. The history,
the evolution, the patches, …
Youth Protection Training
and you can see if your council is signed up to use the on-line youth Protection
Training offered by National -
from Famous CEOs, Athletes, Coaches, Political/Military leaders
Prints of Boy Scout Images Art of Norman Rockwell and Csatari
The SM's Other Handbook
manage a troop, maintain your sanity, and make a difference
Davey and Goliath
link to an old TV show my younger brother used to watch when he was a Cub
Scout. It is a series about a boy and his dog. It has been updated and is
under direction of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America. Davey and
Goliath brings moral and faith-based values to a new generation of children in
lively and engaging ways.
Mothers Against Drunk Driving
Youth Education Life Line (YELL)
(Youth Education Life Line) is an affinity group within
ACT UP formed in 1989 to work on AIDS issues facing young
people,especially AIDS education.
monitored and raised public awareness about AIDS education in the public schools
and advocated a comprehensive, reality-based approach to HIV prevention for
Students Against Drunk Driving
mission, simply stated, is to provide students with the best prevention and
intervention tools possible to deal with the issues of underage drinking, other
drug use, impaired driving and other destructive decisions.
American Cancer Society
American Heart Association