2. Float 1 minute
Stay in the water after the swim and float on your back and your front, and demonstrate survival floating.
1. Swim 100ft
Jump into water over your head. Come to the surface and swim 100 feet, at least half of this using a backstroke.
3. Use of PFD
Put on a personal floatation device (PFD) that is the right size for you. Make sure it is properly fastened. Wearing the PFD, jump into water over your head. Show how the PFD keeps your head above water by swimming 25 feet. Get out of the water, remove the PFD, and hang it where it will dry.
4. Dive and strokes
Do a front surface dive and swim under water for four strokes before returning to the surface.
5. Rescue Methods
Explain the four basic water rescue methods. Demonstrate reaching and throwing rescues.
6. Handling of rowboat
With an adult on board, show that you know how to handle a rowboat.
7. Pass BSA Swim Test
# Jump feet-first into water over the head in depth, level off, and begin swimming. # Swim 75 yards in a strong manner using one or more of the following strokes: sidestroke, breaststroke, trudgen, or crawl. # Then swim 25 yards using an easy, resting backstroke. # After completing the swim, rest by floating.
8. Swimming Belt Loop
While you are a Webelos Scout, earn the Cub Scout Sports belt loop for swimming.
1. Art Occupations
Talk to an artist in your area or to your art teacher about the different occupations in the art field. Make a list of them.
2. Scrapbook of projects
Create a scrapbook (portfolio) of your Artist activity badge projects and show it to your den leader.
3. Original Picture, Frame it
Draw or paint an original picture out-of-doors, using the art materials you prefer. Frame the picture for your room or home.
4. Primary and Sec Colors
List the primary and secondary colors. Explain what happens when you combine colors.
5. 6 Designs from lines on computer
Using a computer, make six original designs using straight lines, curved lines, or both.
6. Family Member Profile
Draw a profile of a member of your family.
7. Clay Sculpture
Use clay to sculpt a simple object.
8. Make a mobile
Make a mobile, using your choice of materials.
9. Make a construction
Make an art construction, using your choice of materials
10. Create a collage
Create a collage that expresses something about you.
11. Art Belt Loop
While you are a Webelos Scout, earn the Cub Scout Academics belt loop for Art.
1. Persv Char Connection
With your parent, guardian, or Webelos den leader, complete the Perseverance Character Connection. 1. Know: Review the requirements and decide which ones might be more difficult for you to do. Make a plan to complete one of the harder requirements. 2. Commit: When doing the harder requirement, did you ever feel frustrated or angry? What did perseverance have to do with that? Name another type of task for which you will need to persevere. 3. Practice: Practice perseverance by following your plan to do that requirement for the Athlete activity badge.
2. Explain Ment And Phys Health
Physically and mentally healthy.
3. How to stay healthy
Explain what you as a Webelos Scout can do to stay physically and mentally healthy.
4. 5 minutes of stretching
Every time you work on requirement 5 below, start with at least 5 minutes of stretching warm-up activities
5. Do Exercises
Do as many as you can of the following and record your results. Show improvement in all of the activities after 30 days. 1. Have another person hold your feet down while you do as many curl-ups as you can. 2. Do as many pull-ups from a bar as you can. 3. Do as many push-ups from the ground or floor as you can. 4. Do a standing long jump as far as you can. 5. Do a quarter-mile run or walk.
6. Vertical Jump
Do a vertical jump and improve your reach in 30 days.
7. 50 yard dash
Do a 50 yard dash as fast as you can, and show a decrease in time over a 30 day period.
8. Ride a bike 1 mile
Ride a bike 1 mile as fast as you can, and show a decrease in time over a 30 day period.
9. Swim a quarter mile
Swim a quarter mile in a pool or lake as fast as you can, and show a decrease in time over a 30 day period.
10. Earn physical fitness pin
Earn physical fitness pin while a webelos
1. Citizen Char Connection
With your parent, guardian, or Webelos den leader, complete the Citizenship Character Connection. 1. Know: List some of your rights as a citizen of the United States of America. Tell ways you can show respect for the rights of others. 2. Commit: Name some ways a boy your age can be a good citizen. Tell how you plan to be a good citizen and how you plan to influence others to be good citizens. 3. Practice: Choose one of the requirements for this activity badge that helps you be a good citizen. Complete the requirement and tell why completing it helped you be a good citizen.
2. Names of govt offices
Know the names of the President and Vice-President of the United States, elected Governor of your state and the head of your local government.
3. History and use of flag
Describe the flag of the United States and give a short history of it. With another Webelos Scout helping you, show how to hoist and lower the flag, how to hang it horizontally and vertically on a wall, and how to fold it. Tell how to retire a worn or tattered flag properly.
4. Why respect flag
Explain why you should respect your country's flag. Tell some of the special days we fly it. Tell when to salute the flag and show how to do it.
5. Repeat and Explain Pledge
Repeat the Pledge of Allegiance from memory. Explain its meaning in your own words.
6. Explain National Anthem
Tell how our National Anthem was written.
7. Explain rights of citizen
Explain the rights and duties of a citizen of the United States. Explain what a citizen should do to save our natural resources.
8. Earn Citizenship Loop
As a Webelos Scout, earn the Cub Scout Academics belt loop for Citizenship. At a Webelos den meeting, talk about the service project Good Turn that you did.
9. Help Law Enforcement
Tell about two things you can do that will help law enforcement agencies.
10. Visit community leader
With your Webelos den or your family, visit a community leader. Learn about the duties of the job or office and tell what you have learned.
11. Write short story
Write a short story of not less than 50 words about a former U.S. president or some other great American. Give a report on this to your Webelos den.
12. Name 1 boy good citizen
Tell about another boy you think is a good citizen. Tell what he does that makes you think he is a good citizen.
13. Name 3 good citizens
List the names of three people you think are good citizens. (They can be from any country.) Tell why you chose each of them.
14. Why have laws
Tell why we have laws. Tell why you think it is important to obey the law. Tell about three laws you obeyed this week.
15. Why have govt
Tell why we have government. Explain some ways your family helps pay for government.
16. 4 ways US helps other nations
List four ways in which your country helps or works with other nations.
17. Name 3 non-profits nearby
Name three organizations, not churches or other religious organizations, in your area that help people. Tell something about what one of these organizations does.
1. Play body language
Play the Body Language Game with your den.
2. Give 3-minute talk
Prepare and give a three-minute talk to your den on a subject of your choice.
3. Invent sign or picture language
Invent a sign language or a picture writing language and use it to tell someone a story.
4. Discuss 6 methods of communication
Identify and discuss with your den as many different methods of communication as you can (at least six different methods).
5. Invent secret code
Invent your own den secret code and send one of your den members a secret message
6. Visit library
With your den or your family, visit a library and talk to a librarian. Learn how books are catalogued to make them easy to find. Sign up for a library card, if you don't already have one.
7. Visit newspaper
Visit the newsroom of a newspaper or a radio or television station and find out how they receive information.
8. Write an article
Write an article about a den activity for your pack newsletter or web site, your local newspaper, or your school newsletter, newspaper, or web site.
9. Invite comm impairment to den
Invite a person with a visual, speaking, or hearing impairment to visit your den. Ask about the special ways he or she communicates. Discover how well you can communicate with him or her.
10. Invite other language to den
With your parent or guardian, or your Webelos den leader, invite a person who speaks another language (such as Spanish, French, Arabic, Hebrew, etc.) as well as English to visit your den. Ask questions about the other language (its background, where it is spoken, etc.), discuss words in that language that den members are already familiar with, or ask about ways to learn another language.
11. Write letter on computer
Use a personal computer to write a letter to a friend or relative. Create your letter, check it for grammar and spelling, and save it to a disk. Print it.
12. Browse to 5 websites
Search the Internet and connect to five web sites that interest you.
13. Send email to friend
Under the supervision of a parent or other trusted adult, exchange e-mail with a friend or relative.
14. Earn Computers belt loop
While you are a Webelos Scout, earn the Academics belt loop for Computers.
15. Communicating belt loop
While you are a Webelos Scout, earn the Academics belt loop for Communicating.
16. Jobs in communications
Find out about jobs in communications. Tell your den what you learn.
1. Explain tool safety
Explain how to safely handle the tools that you will use for this activity badge safely.
2. Construct 2 wooden objects
With adult supervision and using hand tools, construct two different wooden objects you and your Webelos den leader agree on, such as the items listed below. Use a coping saw or jigsaw for these projects. Put them together with glue, nails, or screws. Paint or stain them: Book rack, Napkin holder, Shelf, Animal cutouts, Bulletin board, Garden tool rack, Weather vane, Lid holder, Tie rack, Mailbox, Letter holder, Birdhouse, Notepad holder, Desk nameplate, Toolbox, Letter, Bill, and Pencil holder, Towel rack, Bread box, Recipe holder, Key rack, Lamp stand, Measuring cup rack, Kitchen knife rack, Measuring spoon rack, Kitchen utensil rack
3. Make display stand or frame
Make a display stand, or box to be used to display a model or an award. Or make a frame for a photo or painting. Use suitable material.
4. Make four useful items
Make four useful items using materials other than wood that you and your Webelos den leader agree on, such as clay, plastic, leather, metal, paper, rubber, or rope. These should be challenging items and must involve several operations.
1. Talk to an engineer
Talk to an engineer, surveyor, or architect in your area about the different occupations in engineering. Create a list that tells what they do
2. Draw home floor plan
Draw a floor plan of your house. Include doors, windows, and stairways.
3. Visit a construction job
Visit a construction job. Look at a set of plans used to build the facility or product. Tell your Webelos den leader about these. (Get permission before you visit.)
4. Visit a civil engineer
Visit a civil engineer or surveyor to learn how to measure the length of a property line. Explain how property lines are determined.
5. Explain electricity in home
Tell about how electricity is generated and then gets to your home.
6. Build electrical circuit
Construct a simple working electrical circuit using a flashlight battery, a switch, and a light.
7. Draw 3 kinds of bridges
Make drawings of three kinds of bridges and explain their differences. Construct a model bridge of your choice.
8. Make a crane
Make a simple crane using a block and tackle and explain how the block and tackle is used in everyday life.
9. Build a catapult
Build a catapult and show how it works.
10. Earn belt loop for math
While you are a Webelos Scout, earn the Cub Scout Academics belt loop for Mathematics.
1. Tell what family means
Tell what is meant by family, duty to family, and family meetings.
2. Chart family jobs
Make a chart showing the jobs you and other family members have at home. Talk with your family about other jobs you can do for the next two months.
3. List family expenses
Make a list of some things for which your family spends money. Tell how you can help your family save money.
4. Plan 30 day budget
Plan your own budget for 30 days. Keep track of your daily expenses for seven days.
5. Engage in 4 family meetings
Take part in at least four family meetings and help make decisions. The meetings might involve plans for family activities, or they might be about serious topics that your parent wants you to know about.
6. Inspect your home
With the help of an adult inspect your home and surroundings. Make a list of hazards or lack of security that you find. Correct one problem that you found and tell what you did.
7. Prepare energy-saving plan
With the help of an adult prepare a family energy-saving plan. Explain what you did to carry it out.
8. List family fun
Tell what your family does for fun. Make a list of fun things your family might do for little or no cost. Plan a family fun night.
9. Learn to clean home
Learn how to clean your home properly. With adult supervision, help do it for one month.
10. Take care of clothes
Show that you know how to take care of your clothes. With adult supervision, help at least twice with the family laundry.
11. Plan meals for 1 week
With adult supervision, help plan the meals for your family for one week. Help buy the food and help prepare three meals for your family.
12. Earn heritage belt loop
While you are a Webelos Scout, earn the Academics belt loop for Heritages.
13. Why dispose of garbage
Explain why garbage and trash must be disposed of properly.
4. Record meals for week
Keep a record of your daily meals and snacks for a week. Decide whether you have been eating foods that are good for you.
5. Explain harm of smoking
Tell an adult member of your family about the bad effects smoking or chewing tobacco would have on your body.
6. Explain harm of alcohol
Tell an adult member of your family four reasons why you should not use alcohol and how it could affect you.
7. Explain harm of drugs
Tell an adult member of your family what drugs could do to your body and how they would affect your ability to think clearly.
1. Do Health and Fit Char Conn
With your parent, guardian, or Webelos den leader, complete the Health and Fitness Character Connection. 1. Know: Tell why it is important to be healthy, clean, and fit. 2. Commit: Tell when it is difficult for you to stick with good health habits. Tell where you can go to be with others who encourage you to be healthy, clean, and fit. 3. Practice: Practice good health habits while doing the requirements for this activity badge.
2. Complete Safety Notebook
With a parent or other adult family member complete a safety notebook, which is discussed in the booklet "How to Protect Your Children from Child Abuse " that is in your Webelos handbook.
3. Plan a week of meals
Read the meal planning information in this chapter. With a parent or other family member, plan a week of meals. Explain what kinds of meals are best for you and why.
8. Read BSA Choose to Refuse
Read the BSA booklet Choose to Refuse. Discuss it with an adult and show that you understand the material.
1. Map out US forests
Make a map of the United States. Show the types of forests growing in different parts of the country. Name some kinds of trees that grow in these forests.
2. Draw plant and tree layers
Draw a picture to show the plant and tree layers of a forest in your area. Label the different layers. (If you don't live in an area that has forests, choose an area that does and draw a picture of that forest.)
3. Identify 6 trees
Identify six forest trees common to the area where you live. Tell how both wildlife and humans use them. (If you don't live in a region that has forests, read about one type of forest and name six of its trees and their uses.)
4. Identify 6 plants
Identify six forest plants (other than trees) that are useful to wildlife. Tell which animals use them and for what purposes.
5. Draw how a tree grows
Draw a picture showing: * how water and minerals in the soil help a tree grow * how the tree uses sunlight to help it grow
6. Draw growth rings
Make a poster showing a tree's growth rings or examine the growth rings of a tree stump. Explain how the rings tell its life history
7. Collect 3 kinds of wood
Collect pieces of three kinds of wood used for building houses. Tell what kinds of wood they are and one place each of them might be used
8. Plant 20 seedlings
Plant 20 forest tree seedlings. Tell how you planted them and what you did to take care of them after planting.
9. Describe wildfire pros cons
Describe both the benefits and the harm wildfires can cause in a forest ecosystem. Tell how you can prevent wildfire.
10. Draw urban forestry plan
Draw your own urban forestry plan for adding trees to a street, yard, or park near your home. Show what types of trees you would like to see planted.
1. Collect 5 specimens
Collect five geologic specimens that have important uses.
2. List minerals in products
Rocks and minerals are used in metals, glass, jewelry, road-building products, and fertilizer. Give examples of minerals used in these products.
3. Make mineral hardness scale
Make a scale of mineral hardness for objects found at home. Show how to use the scale by finding the relative hardness of three samples.
4. List materials in home
List some of the geologic materials used in building your home.
5. Draw cause of volcano
Make a drawing that shows the cause of a volcano, a geyser, or an earthquake.
6. Explain how mnts formed
Explain one way in which mountains are formed.
7. Describe fossils
Describe what a fossil is. How is it used to tell how old a formation is? Find two examples of fossils in your area.
8. Visit geological site
Take a field trip to a geological site, geological laboratory, or rock show. Discuss what you learned at your next Webelos den meeting.
9. Earn geology belt loop
While you are a Webelos Scout, earn the Cub Scout Academics belt loop for Geology.
1. Complete Resp Char Conn
With your parent, guardian, or Webelos den leader, complete the Responsibility Character Connection. 1. Know: List all the tasks you can think of that are necessary in keeping a household in good shape. Name the tasks that are your responsibility. Tell what it means to be responsible for these tasks. 2. Commit: Talk about what happens when people do not do their jobs. Tell why it is important to be helpful and to be responsible. List ways that you can be more responsible on your own. 3. Practice: Choose one of the requirements and show how you are responsible by doing that task well for two weeks.
2. Wash a car
Wash a car with adult.
3. Change a tire
Change a tire on a car with adult.
4. Replace a car bulb
With adult supervision, replace a bulb in the taillight, turn signal, or parking light or replace a headlight on a car.
5. Check oil and tires
With adult supervision, show how to check the oil level and tire pressure on a car.
6. Repair a bike
Make a repair to a bicycle, such as tightening the chain, fixing a flat tire, or adjusting the seat or handlebars.
7. Oil bike chain
Properly lubricate the chain and crank on a bicycle.
8. Inflate bike tires
Properly inflate the tires on a bicycle.
9. Change skate wheels
Change the wheels on a skateboard or pair of inline skates.
10. Replace lightbulb
Replace a light bulb in a fixture or lamp
11. Arrange a storage area
With adult supervision, arrange a storage area for household cleaners and other dangerous materials where small children cannot reach them.
12. Build a stool
Build a sawhorse or stool to be used around your home
13. Help with lawncare
Help take care of the lawn.
14. Arrange lawn storage area
Arrange a storage area for hand tools or lawn and garden tools.
15. Store garden tools
Clean and properly store hand tools or lawn and garden tools in their storage area.
16. Label garden tools
Label hand tools or lawn and garden tools.
17. Assemble toolbox
Put together a toolbox for common repairs around the house. Be sure the toolbox and tools are stored safely.
1. Complete Respect Char Conn
With your parent, guardian, or Webelos den leader, complete the Respect Character Connection. 1. Know: Tell what interested you most when completing the requirements for this activity badge. Tell what you learned about how you can show appreciation and respect for wildlife. 2. Commit: Tell things that some people have done that show a lack of respect for wildlife. Name ways that you will show respect for and protect wildlife. 3. Practice: Explain how completing the requirements for this activity badge gives you the opportunity to show respect.
2. Collect insect zoo
Keep an insect zoo that you have collected. You might have crickets, ants, or grasshoppers. Study them for a while then release them. Share your experience with your Webelos den.
3. Set up aquarium
Set up an aquarium or terrarium. Keep it for at least a month. Share your experience with your Webelos den by showing them photos or drawings of your project, or having them visit to see your project.
4. Visit Nat Hist Museum
Visit a museum of natural history, nature center, or zoo with your family, Webelos den, or pack. Tell what you saw.
5. Watch for birds
Watch for birds in your yard, neighborhood, or town for one week. Identify the birds you see and write down where and when you saw them.
6. Learn bird flyways
Learn about the bird flyways closest to your home. Find out which birds use these flyways.
7. Learn poisonous plants
Learn to identify poisonous plants and venomous reptiles found in your area.
8. Watch 6 wild animals
Watch six wild animals (snakes, turtles, fish, birds, or mammals) in the wild. Describe the kind of place (forest, field, marsh, yard, or park) where you saw them. Tell what they were doing.
9. Give ecosystem examples
Give examples of: * A producer, a consumer, and a decomposer in the food chain of an ecosystem * One way humans have changed the balance of nature * How you can help protect the balance of nature
10. Identify local animals
Identify a plant, bird, or wild animal that is found only in your area of the country. Tell why it survives only in your area.
11. Learn aquatic ecosystem
Learn about aquatic ecosystems and wetlands in your area. Discuss with your Webelos den leader or activity badge counselor the important role aquatic ecosystems and wetlands play in supporting lifecycles of wildlife and humans.
12. Understand litter danger
Look around your neighborhood and identify how litter might be dangerous to the birds and other animals. Clean up the litter. Identify what else you might do to make your neighborhood safer for animals.
13. Earn wildlife conserve belt loop
While you are a Webelos Scout, earn the Cub Scout Academics belt loop for Wildlife Conservation.
1. Wear camp outfit
Present yourself to your Webelos den leader, properly dressed, as you would be for an overnight campout. Show the camping gear you will use. Show the right way to pack and carry it.
2. Enjoy evening campfire
With your family or Webelos den, help plan and take part in an evening outdoor activity that includes a campfire.
3. Overnight family campout
With your parent or guardian, take part in a Webelos den overnight campout or a family campout. Sleep in a tent that you have helped pitch.
4. Overnight troop campout
With your parent or guardian, camp overnight with a Boy Scout troop. Sleep in a tent that you have helped pitch.
5. Understand Leave No Trace
During a Webelos den meeting, discuss how to follow the Leave No Trace Frontcountry Guidelines during outdoor activities.
6. Do outdoor conservation
Participate in an outdoor conservation project with your Webelos den or a Boy Scout troop.
7. Discuss outdoor fire safety
Discuss with your Webelos den leader the rules of outdoor fire safety. Using these rules, show how to build a safe fire and put it out.
8. Assist with campout meals
With your accompanying adult on a campout or outdoor activity, assist in preparing, cooking, and cleanup for one of your den's meals. Tell why it is important for each den member to share in meal preparation and cleanup, and explain the importance of eating together.
9. Do 3 mile hike
Discuss with your Webelos den leader the things that you need to take on a hike. Go on one 3-mile hike with your Webelos den or a Boy Scout troop.
10. Whip and fuse rope ends
Demonstrate how to whip and fuse the ends of a rope
11. Set up tent
Demonstrate setting up a tent or dining fly using two half hitches and a taut-line hitch. Show how to tie a square knot and explain how it is used.
12. Visit boy scout camp
Visit a nearby Boy Scout camp with your Webelos den.
1. Complete Cour Char Conn
With your parent, guardian, or Webelos den leader, complete the Courage Character Connection. 1. Know: Define the importance of each courage step: Be strong; Be calm; Be clear; Be careful. Explain how memorizing the courage steps helps you to be ready. 2. Commit: Explain why it is hard to follow the courage steps in an emergency. Tell when you can use the courage steps in other situations (such as standing up to a bully, avoiding fights, being fair, not stealing or cheating when tempted, etc.) 3. Practice: Act out one of the requirements using these courage steps: Be strong; Be calm; Be clear; Be careful.
2. Explain First Aid
Explain what first aid is. Tell what you should do after an accident.
3. Explain how to get help
Explain how you can get help quickly if there is an emergency in your home. Make a Help List of people or agencies that can help you if you need it. Post it near a phone or other place with easy access.
4. Show heimlich
Demonstrate the Heimlich maneuver and tell when it is used.
5. Explain hurry cases
Show what to do for these "hurry cases": * Serious bleeding * Stopped breathing * Internal poisoning * Heart attack
6. How to treat shock
Show how to treat shock.
7. Show first aid
Show first aid for the following: * Cuts and scratches * Burns and scalds * Choking * Blisters on the hand and foot * Tick bites * Bites and stings of insects other than ticks * Poisonous snakebite * Nosebleed * Frostbite * Sunburn
8. Safe swim
Tell what steps must be taken for a safe swim with your Webelos den, pack, family, or other group. Explain the reasons for the buddy system.
9. Explain 6 bike rules
Explain six safety rules you should follow when driving a bicycle.
10. Explain safety equipment
Explain the importance of wearing safety equipment when participating in sports activities (skating, skateboarding, etc.)
11. Create fire escape plan
Make a home fire escape plan for your family.
12. Explain first aid kit
Explain how to use each item in a first aid kit.
13. Show home accident risks
Tell where accidents are most likely to happen inside and around your home.
14. 6 car safety rules
Explain six safety rules you should remember when riding in a car.
15. Attend first aid demo
Attend a first aid demonstration at a Boy Scout troop meeting, a Red Cross center, or other community event or place.
1. Complete Pos Att Char Conn
With your parent, guardian, or Webelos den leader, complete the Positive Attitude Character Connection. 1. Know: Discuss with your parent, guardian, or your Webelos den leader, what it means to have a positive attitude and the "BEST" steps you can take to have a positive attitude. (Believe it can happen, Expect success, Set your mind, and Try, try, try. 2. Commit: Plan with your parent, guardian, or your Webelos den leader, how you will apply the "BEST" steps for a positive attitude in doing your school-work and in other areas of your life. 3. Practice: Do your "BEST" to have a cheerful and positive attitude while doing the requirements for this activity badge.
2. School grades
Have a good record in attendance, behavior, and grades at school.
3. School activities
Take an active part in a school activity or service.
4. Value of education
Discuss with your teacher or principal the value of having an education.
5. Write school benefits
List in writing some important things you can do now because of what you've learned in school.
6. Earn language belt loop
While you are a Webelos Scout, earn the Cub Scout Academics belt loop for Language.
7. Mathematics belt loop
While you are a Webelos Scout, and if you have not earned it for another activity badge, earn the Cub Scout Academics belt loop for Mathematics.
8. Chess belt loop
While you are a Webelos Scout, earn the Cub Scout Academics belt loop for Chess.
9. Diff kinds of schools
Trace through history the different kinds of schools. Tell how our present public school system grew out of these early schools.
10. School system chart
Make a chart showing how your school system is run.
11. Best and worst of school
Ask a parent and five other grown-ups these questions: * What do you think are the best things about my school? * What are its main problems?
12. Explain education jobs
List and explain some of the full-time positions in the field of education.
13. Help with schoolwork
Help another student with schoolwork. Tell what you did to help.
8. Model rocket
With adult supervision, build and launch a model rocket. (NOTE: You must be at least 10 years old to work with a model rocket kit sold in stores.) Describe how Newton's third law of motion explains how the rocket is propelled into the sky.
9. Explain fog
Explain what causes fog. Show how this works.
10. Make crystals
Explain how crystals are formed. Make some.
1. Bernoulli's Principle
Read Bernoulli's Principle. Show how it works.
2. Pascal's Law
Read Pascal's Law. Tell about some inventions that use Pascal's law.
3. Newton's first law
Read Newton's first law of motion. Show in three different ways how inertia works.
4. Earn science belt loop
While you are a Webelos Scout, earn the Cub Scout Academics belt loop for Science.
5. Atmospheric pressure
Show the effects of atmospheric pressure.
6. Air pressure
Show the effects of air pressure.
7. Water pressure
Show the effects of water pressure. This may be combined with atmospheric pressure or with air pressure.
11. Center of gravity
Explain how you use your center of gravity to keep your balance. Show three different balancing tricks.
12. 3 ways eyes work
Show in three different ways how your eyes work together, and show what is meant by an optical illusion.
13. Earn weather belt loop
While you are a Webelos Scout, earn the Cub Scout Academics belt loop for Weather.
14. Earn astronomy belt loop
While you are a Webelos Scout, earn the Cub Scout Academics belt loop for Astronomy.
1. Show sports signals
Show the signals used by officials in one of these sports: football, basketball, baseball, soccer, or hockey.
2. Explain sportsmanship
Explain what good sportsmanship means.
3. 2 ind sports belt loops
While you are a Webelos Scout, earn Cub Scout Sports belt loops for two individual sports ( badminton, bicycling, bowling, fishing, golf, gymnastics, ice skating, marbles, physical fitness, roller skating, snow ski and board sports, swimming, table tennis, or tennis).
4. 2 team sports belt loops
While you are a Webelos Scout, earn Cub Scout Sports belt loops for two team sports ( baseball, basketball, soccer, softball, volleyball, flag football, or ultimate).
1. Review timetable
Get a map or timetable from a railroad, bus line, airline, subway, or light rail. The line should serve the place where you live or near where you live. Look up some places it goes.
2. Plan trip with timetable
Use a timetable to plan a trip from your home to a city in another state by railroad, bus, airline, or ferry.
3. Plan trip with internet
With the help of your parent, guardian, teacher, or librarian, use a map site on the Internet to plan a trip from your home to a nearby place of interest. Download and/or print the directions and street map showing how to go from your home to the place you chose.
4. Go on trip
With your parent or guardian, take a trip to a place that interests you. Go by car, bus, boat, train, or plane.
5. Determine trip cost
Figure out what it costs per mile for the trip you took or planned to fulfill requirement 2, 4, 6, or 7. (Don't forget to include getting back to your starting point.
6. Plan 4 nearby trips
Decide on four nearby trips you would like to take with your parents or guardian. Draw the route of each trip on a highway map. Using the map, act as navigator on one of these trips. It should start at your home, be at least 25 miles long, and have six or more turns..
7. Plan 2-day trip
Decide on a trip you would like to take that lasts at least two days. Pack everything you would need for that trip.
8. Check car first aid kit
Check the first aid kit in the family car to see if it contains what is needed. Explain what you found.
9. Learn map symbols
Look at a map legend on a road map of your area. Learn what the symbols mean. Show your den members what you have learned.
10. Find shortest route
On a road map of your area, find a place of interest, and draw two different routes between it and your home. Use the map legend to determine which route is shorter in miles.
11. List safety precautions
Make a list of safety precautions you, as a traveler, should take for travel by each of the following; car, bus, plane, boat, train.
12. Belt loop for Geography
While you are a Webelos Scout, earn the Cub Scout Academics belt loop for Geography.
13. Belt loop for map
While you are a Webelos Scout, earn the Cub Scout Academics belt loop for Map and Compass.