Cub Scout

Boys and Girls, grades K-5, 5-10 years old.

Cub Scouting is fun for the whole family.  In Scouting, boys and girls experience hands-on learning and achievement that puts kids in the middle of the action and prepares them today to be their very best in the future.

If you want to learn about the outdoors, STEM experiments, biulding and fixing, who your neighbors are in the community, take all kinds of interesting adventures to the fire station, state parks, or the Chamber of Commerce and make new friends along the way, then the Cub Scouts is for you! Why? Because the Cub Scouting is dedicated to teaching you and your friends how to care for others and to prepare you for adventure while making it super fun. Cub Scouts is an experience you’ll never forget.



BALOO Training for adults, November 13-14. 

Virtual Crossovers are happening around the Council to keep scouts motivated

Cub Scout Rank Adventure

Download the pdf of your child’s current rank and get a head start on Scouting Adventures!

Lion Challenge

Tiger Challenge

Wolf Challenge

Bear Challenge

Webelos Challenge

NOVA STEM & STEM Scouts Activities

With families spending so much time at home together, STEM Scouts brings fun and educational activities for all kids to enjoy.  Get your family and friends involved with these free resources and activities so all kids can perform exciting experiments, watch cool videos, and more. Just remember that experiments require adult supervision—which means you might just learn something new together. They also serve as great service projects and rank activities!

STEM Scouts YouTube channel

STEM activities geared toward a younger audience. 

For Leaders

Here are a few links to resources for meetings, outings, and service activities. More resources are listed here. If you find inspiration elsewhere, let us know so we can share it with everyone.

Adult Membership Application

Cub Recruiting Booklet

Den Leader Tips & Tricks

Den Leaders on Workplace 

Den Meeting Virtual Resources- These videos tie to the “teaching moment” of a den meeting; intended to support Den Leaders as they are conducting meetings in-person, fully virtual, or through a hybrid model.To learn more about how to utilize these resources, Den Leaders can view an orientation webinar here

Fill your Den Meeting Guide

Invitation Ideas

Youth Membership Application


“If you want to go fast, go alone; if you want to go further, go together.”