February 2009 Cub Scout Roundtable Issue
March 2008 Theme
Theme: "When I Grow Up"
Athlete and Engineer
Tiger Cub Activities
I Grow Up
Sam Houston Area
Setting – 10 Scouts
and Cubmaster (CM) or use less Scouts by having them read two verses), poster
boards with W-H-E-N-I-G-R-O-W-U-P on one side and verses in LARGE print on the
Scene – Scouts in a
line and each holds up his card in turn to read the verse on the back.
W We’ve had fun tonight thinking about what
we will become when we grow up.
H How we grow up is influenced by our
parents, our teachers, and our leaders.
E Every day we grow a little bit in size, in
knowledge, and in faith.
N Nothing we aspire to is out of the realm
of possibility because
I In Cub Scouting, we learn skills and
values, and we make friends.
G Growing up can be scary, but with the
R Right people to serve as examples,
O Our choices can be as many as the stars.
W We would like to thank you for bringing us
to our pack meeting tonight.
U Under your guidance and with your help, we
are looking forward to our future.
Please stand now as we retire the colors.
(Follow with a
flag retirement ceremony.)
Will I Be?
Personnel: 8 Cubs Setting:
Set Up: Each boy has a card with
these letters printed on one side and the saying on the back.
C is for Comradeship; we learn to get along.
U is for Unity; together we are strong.
B is for Boys; wild and wooly—but
S is for Scouting; fun and learning for all.
C is for Courtesy, of which we all know.
O is for Outing; we’re rarin’ to go.
U is for Universal; Scouts are known in
T is for Teamwork; we’ll lend you a hand.
Will I Be?
May I grow in character and ability as I
grow in size.
May I be honest with myself and others in
what I do and say.
May I learn and practice my religion.
May I always honor my parents, my elders,
and my leaders.
May I develop high moral principles and the
courage to live by them.
May I strive for health in body, mind, and
May I always respect the rights of others.
May I set a good example so that others may
enjoy and profit from my company.
May I give honest effort to my work.
May I regard my education as preparation for
my life in the future.
(As this Cub finishes his lines, have the boys put up the
Cub Scout sign and lead everyone in the Cub Scout Promise.)
Your Best Closing
Detroit Area Council
Narrator: Whatever we want
to be in the future, keep in mind:
"D" stands for doctor. I'll try to help sick people.
"O" stands for operator. I want to operate a big crane.
"Y" stands for youth. When I grow up I want to work with
"O" stands for outdoors. I want to work outdoors when I grow
up. I could be a lifeguard or a
"U" stands for under. Strange, but I like submarines. I will try to work under water.
"R" stands for reporter. I like to write and I want to work for
"B" stands for baseball. I hope to be a ball player.
"E" stands for engineer. I would like to build. That's the job for me.
"S" stands for sailor. I want to sail on a ship.
"T" stands for teacher. I hope to grow up to be a teacher.
Narrator: So Cubs,
"Do Your Best" whatever you do.
do our best!"
Oregon Trail Council
Personnel: Assign parts as best suits your pack
Whatever we do
When we get big
We will always
Do our best
and the Good Visitor
Great Salt Lake
Set Up: Cubmaster (CM) and Committee Chair (CC) and
four Cub Scouts
pack meeting tonight brought us all together to think about nature. We can
enjoy the great outdoors but we must think of others who will follow us.
Wherever you go in the great wide world of nature, try to be a “good” visitor
who will leave the plants and the creatures for others to enjoy after you
The only shots I took were snapshots.
I tried to walk on pathways to keep off
When I see animals or birds, I try to
remember that I am a guest in their living place and I don’t do anything to
them but look at them.
The one big thing I always do when I am
ready to go home is to look and see that all fires are out in nature’s
Cubs and Webelos like you to help keep our friends on the ball, I’m sure that
the beauties of nature will be around for years to come. Thanks Cubs, Good