|The Tiger Cub program is for first-grade (or age 7) boys
and their adult partners. There are five
Tiger Cub achievement
areas. The Tiger Cub, working with his adult partner, completes 15
requirements within these areas to earn the Tiger Cub badge. These
requirements consist of an exciting series of indoor and outdoor
activities just right for a boy in the first grade.
Tiger Cubs BSA gives parents an opportunity to provide their
children with a safe, structured, and nurturing environment. Tiger Cubs and their adult
partners have fun together while developing closer family relationships. Scouting can
provide positive, enriching experiences and activities to complement a child's formal
classroom education. Scouting and education share the common goal of helping young people
grow into self-reliant, dependable, and caring adults.
Tiger Cubs BSA is a simple, fun, easy-to-operate program that helps a boy and his adult
partner gain a better understanding of and an appreciation for the community environment
in which they live, and even the world at large.
Tiger Cubs BSA offers an opportunity for boys to enter the Scouting family at an important
age. Research has shown that early involvement in values-based programs is vital to strong
character development. The longer a boy stays in Scouting, the more likely he is to
develop the values and skills needed to become an ethical and productive citizen.
|| A pamphlet is available
changes in the Tiger program.
The Tiger Cub dens are a part of the Pack. Tiger Cub dens meet on a
monthly meeting pattern of den, family, Go See It activities and
participation in the monthly Pack Meeting. There are Tiger Cub resource books and program
helps available for the Tiger Cub Den Leaders. Suggested den
meeting plans are included in the Cub Scout Program Helps, No.
| The Tiger Cub and their adult partners work out of the
Tiger Cub Handbook No. 34713, to complete achievements and electives,
and to plan activities. The Tiger Handbook is available in your Council Scout Shop for purchase.
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