This award is designed to promote a better Pack-Troop relationship, and promote Cub interest and awareness in the Boy Scout program. The award provides interaction and preparation for the transition from Webelos to Scouts. The activity will be a planning/teaching experience for the Scouts, and a learning/doing experience for the Webelos - and an educational experience for the adults.
Webelos Activity Badges:
OUTDOORSMAN- outdoor fire safety, visit a Scout Camp, help cook meals, campfire program.
FORESTER - Identify 6 different forest trees and plants, plant 20 forest tree seedlings, discuss harm and prevention of forest fires.
NATURALIST- Identify poisonous plants and reptiles.
SHOWMAN - Sing 2 songs, one act plays, play 4 tunes on an instrument.
ARROW OF LIGHT - First Aid Requirements.
AQUANAUT - Swimming, boat safety, rescue.
CAMPING - Knots, lashings.
CONSERVATION - Outdoor Code, conservation project.
COOKING - Tote-N-Chip, fire building.
ENVIRONMENT - Plant and animal identification.
FIRST AID - Shock, bandages/slings.
MAP READING - Compass work.
SWIMMING - Swim, rescue.
Cooking: Tin can cooksets and stoves could be a troop and/or Webelos project prior to outing or project done at camp.
Resources: High Adveriture Team members, Scout Handbook, Webelos and Scout Program Helps, Boys Life, and various training session materials.
Typical Scout camps are:
Camp Kern - Southern Sierra Council
Camp Jubilee - Western Los Angeles Council
Camp Three Falls - Ventura County Council
Lost Valley - Orange County Council