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Cub Scout Pack 903
(Evanston, Illinois)
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As a Lion, your kindergartner will make friend, laugh loud, gain confidence, discover nature, and most of all...have fun!  He'll experience the Scouting concepts of character development, leadership, citizenship, and personal fitness through engaging and exciting adventures! Your kindergartner will have a blast exploring the world around him in ways that fuel his imagination and creativity. Together, you'll take his first steps down the path to success. 

Each Lion works with his adult caregiver in the group of other Lions.  

Attached is the Lion Parent & Leader Guide.

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LionParentandLeaderGuide.pdf Lion Parent and Leader Guide  

Lions Required Adventures

Animal Kingdom

1.      Learn the role of someone who provides a service to your community.

2.      Demonstrate you know what to do in an emergency.

3.      Choose two energy saving projects to practice in your home for two weeks.

4.      Participate in a Lion den family service project for others.

Fun on the Run

1.      Learn and demonstrate three exercises you can do each day.

2.      Have Lions make a nutritious snack for the den.

3.      Understand the importance of rest.

4.      Participate as a den in Jungle Field Day.

King of the Jungle

1.      Participate in a flag ceremony with your den.

2.      Explain what it means to be a good citizen.

3.      Explain what it means to be a leader.

Lion’s Honor

1.      Show the Cub Scout sign.Tell what it means.

2.      Repeat the Cub Scout motto.Tell what it means.

3.      Show the Cub Scout salute.Tell what it means.

4.      Show teamwork and good sportsmanship by playing a game with your den.

5.      Participate in an outing.

Mountain Lion

1.      Gather the outdoor items you need to have with you when you go on an outdoor adventure, and understand how they are used.

2.    Also understand and commit to practicing the buddy system.

3.      Learn what SAW (Stay, Answer,Whistle) means.

4.    Demonstrate what you can do to stay safe if you become separated from the group when you are outdoors.

5.      Demonstrate an understanding of respect for animals and nature when participating in a learning hike.

Lions Elective Adventures

Lions may work on any of these Adventures if they wish to.

Build It Up, Knock It Down

1.      Discuss with other Lions things thatcan be built and things that can be knocked down.

2.      Discuss with other Lions how they andtheir fellow Lions can be built up and knocked down, not just physically butalso emotionally.

3.      Build structures using availablematerials.


Gizmos and Gadgets

1.      Explore properties of motion.

2.      Explore properties of force.

3.      Use household materials to crate auseful object.


I'll Do It Myself

1.      Make and use a "Lion Bag"and hanger for personal Scouting gear.

2.      Make a personal care checklist.

3.      Practice tying shoelaces.


On Your Mark

1.      Participate in a game with your den.

2.      Participate in an obstacle courserelay.

3.      Participate in a box derby race.


Pick My Path

1.      Explain that choices haveconsequences.

2.      Perform a Good Turn for anotherperson.

3.      Teach a game to another person. Thisrequirement may be accomplished at home or at the outing.


Ready, Set, Grow

1.      Visit with an individual who candemonstrate different ways to garden (outside, greenhouse, container, etc.) andthe basic skills needed to garden.

2.      Learn where the food we eat comesfrom.

3.      Plant a small container garden.


Rumble in the Jungle

1.      Play a game with rules; indicate anunderstanding of the rules and why it is important to follow the rules whileplaying the game.

2.      Choose a jungle animal that you wouldlike to be; describe the animal and why you chose it.

a. Participate in a parade with theother animals in your den.

b. Communicate with other animalsusing your animal's sounds, both as loudly as you can and as softly as you can.