Beltloops and more….

Update – July 15, 2014

We regret that this year our Belt Loop Bazaar has been cancelled. This is a result of low enrollment.

However, we are glad to announce many other Cub events are being held or conducted, such as: Cub Day Camp, Oso weekend events, Newport Seabase Sailing , Lost Valley Camp adventures and loads of fun at Irvine Ranch Education Outdoor Center.

So, “Do not miss out  on Summer Scouting actiivities” and join an adventure at one of these other great Scouting locations.

Posted by Mark Pugh – OCBSA Webmaster/It

 

This years Beltloop Bazaar promises even more than before. Please check out the other website pages posted on this new website. Do not forget to open the attached file, print and mark your calendar.

The Belt Loops offered are Art, Astronomy, Chess, Computers, Geography, Geology, Language & Culture, Map & Compass, Weather, Wildlife Conservation, Badminton, Fishing, Marbles, Ultimate Frisbee, Volleyball, Archery and BB Shooting

Beltloop Bazaar Flier 2014

Beltloop Bazaar Booth Commitment Form

Cub Scout Academics is a great way to help fulfill the aims of Scouting–building character, developing citizenship, and encouraging mental and physical fitness. Through the subjects offered in the Cub Scout Academics program, a boy can stretch his mind–exploring the wonders of science, learning to better appreciate the arts, improving his sense of responsibility, and understanding and valuing his heritage. Cub Scout Worksheets are available for each beltloop and pin.

Cub Scout Academic Belt Loops – To view specific requirements click below.

Cub_Scout_Art Cub_Scout_Astronomy Cub_Scout_Chess Cub_Scout_Citizenship Cub_Scout_Collecting
Cub_Scout_Communicating Cub_Scout_Computers Cub_Scout_Disabilities_Awareness Cub_Scout_Family_Travel Cub_Scout_Geography
Cub_Scout_Geology Cub_Scout_Good_Manners Cub_Scout_Heritages Cub_Scout_Language_and_Culture Cub_Scout_Map_and_Compass
Cub_Scout_Mathematics Cub_Scout_Music Cub_Scout_Nutrition Cub_Scout_Pet_Care Cub_Scout_Photography
Cub_Scout_Reading_and_Writing Cub_Scout_Science Cub_Scout_Video_Games Cub_Scout_Weather Cub_Scout_Wildlife_Conservation

 

Cub Scout Sports

The Cub Scout Sports program provides Cub Scouts with the opportunity to become aquainted with and participate in all kinds of sports–summer and winter sports, indoor and outdoor sports, active and less-active sports, and team and individual sports. When implemented properly, the program is an active physical fitness program for Cub Scouts.

A Cub Scout may participate in Sports activities in his unit, in his community, or by himself. However the boy participates, he will have fun learning a new sport, developing new skills, competing with his peers, and being recognized. Throughout his experience in the program, the Cub Scout is encouraged to learn and practice good sportsmanship, and to do his best.

Cub Scout Sports emphasizes participation of the family by involving an adult partner. The pack will introduce the boy and his family to habits that may carry through many years. Cub Scout Worksheets are available for each beltloop and pin.

Cub Scout Sports Belt Loops

Individual Sports


Archery

Badminton

BB-Gun Shooting

Bicycling

Bowling

Fishing

Golf

Gymnastics

Hiking

Horseback Riding

Ice Skating

Marbles

Physical Fitness

Roller Skating

Skateboarding

Snow Ski and
Board Sports

Swimming

Table Tennis

Tennis

Team Sports


Baseball

Basketball

Flag Football

Golf

Gymnastics

Hiking

Hockey

Kickball

Soccer

Softball

Ultimate

Volleyball

Team Sports

Recognitions for the Cub Scout Academics and Sports program Belt Loops – Belt loops are awarded to boys who complete the three belt loop requirements in an academic subject or sport. Participation can take place individually or with the family, in the den or pack, or in the school or community. Academics belt loops are gold, and Sports belt loops are silver, with the exception of Archery and BB Shooting, which are copper colored.Belt loops may be worn with the Cub Scout uniform on the Cub Scout belt. Webelos Scouts who have chosen to wear the khaki uniform may still wear the blue Cub Scout belt so as to display the belt loops they have earned.

Pins- Tiger Cubs, Cub Scouts, and Webelos Scouts may choose to continue their involvement in an Academics or Sports area and earn the pin. Pins may be worn on the Cub Scout Academics and Sports letter

Earning Loops and Pins multiple times Academics and Sports Letter. The Academics and Sports letter (“C”, No. 00805)) is available to boys for displaying Academics and Sports pins that Tiger Cubs, Cub Scouts, and Webelos Scouts earn. The letter, representing “Cub Scouts,” can be worn on a sweater or jacket, or displayed or framed. It does not go on the uniform. There are no specific requirements for earning the letter, as it is designed merely to display pins.

Pocket Certificate – The Cub Scout Academics and Sports pocket certificate (No. 33711A) is available as immediate recognition for boys involved in the program.

Activity Medals – Medals come with blue and gold ribbons and are available in gold (No. 00936), silver (No. 00935), and bronze (No. 00934). Pack leaders may choose to award medals to boys for special recognition in the program.

Trophies – A trophy for the Cub Scout Academics and Sports program is available for presentation to boys, dens, or families at events such as pack and den tournaments. There are no specific requirements for the trophies.

Participation Emblem – This emblem (No. 00803) is available to all boys and adults who participate in the Academics and Sports program. Individuals may purchase them, or packs may decide to award them to everyone involve