Den 10 Wolf - 2nd Grade
Welcome to the Wolf Den
Den Number 10
Robert van Benthuysen
Cub Scouting Principles
In each year of the Cub Scout Programs their will be a focus on: Character Development, Participatory Citizenship, Personal Fitness, Outdoor Skills & Awareness, and Leadership & Life Skills.
Cub Scouting Adventure Program
The Cub Scout program is divided into a series of “adventures,” where Cub Scouts (as part of their den and/or individually) will gain experiences while working on their badge of rank. The adventures focus on learning by doing instead of learning by listening. Once a Cub Scout has completed the six required adventures specific to their rank and one elective adventure of his/his den’s choosing he will have earned his badge of rank.
Each adventure is designed to take roughly three den meetings to implement, one of which may be an outing, ranging from attending a sporting event as a den, to taking a hike, to visiting a museum or going on a campout. At the conclusion of each adventure, a rank and adventure loop is awarded.
The Wolf Advancement Trail is here.
In addition to the adventures required for rank advancement, there are additional elective adventures that members of the den may earn.
This allows dens to create and customize a program for the interests of the boys in the den as well as create the opportunity for a year-round Cub Scout program.
The Wolf Elective Adventures are here.
Much of the advancement for the Wolf rank is done by the scout with his family outside of the den. The parent signs off in the scout's handbook and in Scoutbook.com, our tracking software. The Wolf program relies heavily on family involvement, but you will see this gradually change with the scout doing more with his den and more individual direction as he graduates to Webelos.
Is your Second Grader thinking about Scouts?
Then you probably have some questions...
email our Den Leader at the link above and leave your phone number or go to this page and use our online form. We'd love to talk to you about Scouting.
What the Wolfs are "Doing"...