Cub Scout Leader Resources
Looking for inspiration, the insider review of past programs, or tips on carrying out an engaging Cub Scout program? Dig in and find the tools you need to provide you with the confidence to deliver the best possible Cub Scout experience.
Cub Scout Learning Library
The Boy Scouts of America’s on-demand library for adult leaders, volunteers and parents that contains information and resources for carrying out a more effective and more engaging Cub Scout program.
Shared Resources Drive
Find “tried and true” ideas and tips for your Cub Scout den or pack when you access the Shared Resources Drive.
The Shared Drive contains folders for each Cub Scout rank, full of meeting ideas, notes, and web links specific to that rank. Material that applies to all ranks can be found in the root Cub Den Leader Resources folder in either the Online Resources file or the Cub Scout Meeting Ideas file. There are separate, but similar, folders for pack meetings, general leader resources (such as a flag ceremony, etc.), and den meeting plans that do not fit a particular rank.
How to Use a Den Chief
Den Chiefs are older Scouts that have completed Den Chief training and are working towards fulfilling their leadership requirement to advance to Star rank. They assist Cub Scout den leaders in a variety of ways, including as a resource, team leader and a role model for the Cubs.
Cub Scout Roundtables
“Roundtable” meetings are held one evening a month at the Council office for all interested den and pack leaders. These organized meetings give leaders program ideas; information on policy, events, and training opportunities; and are also an opportunity to share experiences and get to know other Cub Scouting leaders.