Cub Scouting in the outdoors happens all year long.
Summer is a busy time outdoors. Everywhere there is color and life. Now is the time for insects. Observe a caterpillar, watch an ant colony, study life under a rock or log, spy on a spider, lie on your stomach with a magnifying glass and be a giant in a miniature jungle. Be a nature snoop: go slowly, watch, listen, touch, smell. Summer also brings an endless variety of outdoor activities, such as swimming parties, picnics, ice-cream socials, fishing derbies, physical fitness competitions, treasure hunts, obstacle courses, Cub Scout day camp and resident camp.
The above training tip was taken from the Cub Scout Leader Book. You can find it at your Council Shop.
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