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2015 Cub Scout Adventure Tracking: One Page

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.2015 Cub Scout Tracking sheetYesterday 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.

 

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9 comments

  • Rachel Davis

    Yep. In our LDS dens the kids do Bobcat right before they start in Wolves because we don’t do Tigers. The seven requirements are: 1. Learn and say the Scout Oath, with help if needed.
    2. Learn and say the Scout Law, with help if needed.
    3. Show the Cub Scout sign. Tell what it means.
    4. Show the Cub Scout handshake. Tell what it means.
    5. Say the Cub Scout motto. Tell what it means.
    6. Show the Cub Scout salute. Tell what it means.
    7. With your parent or guardian, complete the exercises in the pamphlet How to Protect Your Children From Child Abuse: A Parent’s Guide—Bobcat Requirements.

    So you can mark off all requirements and then cross off the little diamond next to the Bobcat badge when the kid has been awarded the patch.

  • Lisa

    What are the little boxes next to bobcat? Are they just a little mark to show that that he’s passed off the requirements for the Bobcat?

  • Jo Stanley

    These are AWESOME!!! Thank you SO much for sharing. 🙂

    We DO have a Tiger Den though so I will need to whip something up for them. Now to figure out which program to use to make them 😉

    Thanks again!

    Sincerely,
    Jo

  • Rachel Davis

    The main difference is that LDS packs don’t sponsor Tiger Cubs. We combine the Webelos and Arrow of Life requirements into one year. We also do not sponsor any over night camp out (so we have to complete those requirements in a different or have families complete them). The way we staff Cubs is a little bit different as well (although all our leaders do YPT and other Cub training).

    So you could totally use these worksheets *unless* you need one with Tiger requirements 🙂

  • Laura

    Hi Rachel,

    Can you tell me how regular scouting differs from LDS scouts? I would like to use your PDF, but we are just plain ol’ cub scouts!

  • Debbie

    THANK YOU for this. You just saved me a lot of time designing my own. Generally I enjoy creating my own, but honestly it wouldn’t end up looking much different from yours, so I can’t justify recreating this wheel. 🙂 I like your design. Thanks again!!

  • jessica

    thank you so much, I will definitely be sharing your site!

  • Rachel Davis

    So sorry, Jessica! I didn’t post with the green button which includes the PDF! It’s corrected and updated now. Just click the green box and save the PDF. Feel free to photocopy, use, and share.

  • jessica

    These pages you have made are such great resources, thank you for sharing! Could you please tell me how to download the cub scout adventure one page tracking?

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