Cub Scout

What is Cub Scouts? What do Cub Scouts do? And what’s the mission of the program? The answer is actually pretty simple. Cub Scouts is a program within the Boy Scouts of America that serves youth from from 6 to 11 years old (with some locations piloting a program for 5-year-olds called the Lion Pilot Program). The Cub Scouts program aims to prepare youth to grow into self-reliant and dependable adults. Cub Scouts achieve this with a lineup of hands-on activities and adventures focused on:

  • Character Development
  • Spiritual Growth
  • Good Citizenship
  • Sportsmanship and Fitness
  • Family Understanding
  • Respectful Relationships
  • Personal Achievement
  • Friendly Service
  • Fun and Adventure
  • Preparation for Boy Scouts

30 Day Cub Scout

Rank Challenge

Download the pdf of your child’s current rank. Scouts love activities and doing those activities with family is what makes Scouting a family affair.

Lion Challenge

Tiger Challenge

Wolf Challenge

Bear Challenge

Webelos Challenge

NOVA STEM & STEM SCOUTS Activities

Science, technology, engineering, and math have never been so much fun, especially when they join forces with Scouting! With families spending more time at home together, STEM Scouts brings fun and educational activities for kids to enjoy. STEM Scouts offers all kinds of free resources and activities so kids can perform exciting experiments, watch cool videos, and more.

Watch and Learn

Check out tons of experiment videos on the STEM Scouts YouTube channel, then try them out for yourself with an adult. Learn about even more STEM topics with these cool videos from STEM Scouts of Central Texas. Here are some STEM activities geared toward a younger audience from the Greater St. Louis Area Council. If your child also happens to be a Cub Scout, these also serve as great service projects and rank activities!

Check out more recommended resources from the STEM Scouts team here, and find even more websites for kids here. Then, head over to STEMScouts.org to learn more about the program today. Just remember that experiments require adult supervision—which means you might just learn something new together!