Draw or paint a picture, make a PowerPoint type slide, or create some other project that highlights your favorite part of the summer. Once it’s dry or ready – Take a photo and post it for everyone to see and then keep it safe in your memory box from Week 1.
Webelos can work on Art Explosion Requirement 3 with this project.
Hydration is key for everyone, especially Cubs Scouts on the go!
Water is the best way to be hydrated, but have you tried infusing water with different fruits? Try it out with your favorite berry or citrus fruit. How does it taste? You can also use melons or cucumbers for a different flavor.
Here are some more ideas: https://www.tasteofhome.com/collection/infused-water-ideas/
If you haven’t yet – Ask a family member to download the “iNaturalist” app and then take a hike and “capture” 5 plants and/or animals you’re not familiar with.
Share with your den and/or pack about the new species you learned about.
If you are unable to download the app, take photos of the species and research online to identify them.
Each rank has different requirements for the Emergency Preparedness Award – Take a look at which requirements your family has completed, and what you have left to do.
Finish up any outstanding items and submit them to your den leader – You’ll be better ready for any emergencies that arise, and you can earn a cool pin to show off your new skills.