Cub Scouting is fun for the whole family. In Scouting, boys and girls start with their best right now selves and grow into their very best future selves. It’s fun, hands-on learning and achievement that puts kids in the middle of the action and prepares them for today – and for life.

And you can participate at home! Lets get started!

About our Virtual Programs

The Daniel Webster Council is excited to provide fun-filled Cub Scouting at Home activities for the whole family to participate in.

The most important help that you, as a parent/guardian, can give your child is to work with them on their Cub Scouting Adventures as they work toward their badge of rank.

Thanks to the generosity of our families donating to our annual Friends of Scouting Campaign, we’ve put together these fun-filled activities to do together at home so your Cub Scout can enjoy Scouting at home.

Webelos Tire Changing

Use the New Den Leader Experience in Scoutbook to Prepare Your Virtual Meetings

A PowerPoint presentation is available here.

From home screen how-tos to den invitations, check out the list below to see how these videos can offer you the best Den Leader Experience possible. You can also find all 17 videos at, or on the YouTube playlist here.

Although experienced Scout leaders understand the life lessons that come with building a birdhouse or taking a hike, newcomers to Scouting may not. So Scoutbook directly makes the connections for parents.

Click an Adventure below to get started

Required Adventures for Cub Scout Badges of Rank

Select Your Rank Below to Begin

Lion Rank

Kindergarten - Lion Requirements

Tiger Rank Emblem

First Grade - Tiger Requirements

Bear Rank

Third Grade - Bear Requirements

Webelos Oval Logo color-insignia-BC

Fourth Grade - Webelos Requirements

Arrow of Light Logo

Fifth Grade - Arrow of Light Requirements

Cub Scouting 30-Day Challenges

Produced and made available by Boy's Life Magazine

30-Day Challenges K-2nd Grade

30-Day Challenges 3rd-4th Grade