Unfortunately, the Cub Scout program was again revamped in late 2016, making everything on this page obsolete, as well as all printed materials our church has purchased in the last year. Please click here for updated 2016 tracking printables.Yesterday I posted 2015 Cub Scout tracking sheets that are meant for LDS dens. Today I’m posting a one page sheet tailored for LDS cubs that is meant to follow one cub scout through his entire Cub Scout career. This is especially helpful for a den that folds in ages for den meetings or for those packs that are super organized and can hand up tracking sheets as the cub scout ages through the program. If you want to hang onto this sheet for all three years, print it on white cardstock, yes?
This would also work well for a parent who is trying to track cub scout progress.
Again, the worksheet is fairly self explanatory. X-out or fill in the bubbles when the cub scout has completed each requirement. When there is a blank rectangle, diamond, or bar shape next to the image of an award, it is meant for leaders to X-out or fill in to indicate when the patch, pin or belt loop has been awarded, or given to the cub scout at pack meeting.