- A post-campout checklist every Scout or Venturer needs
- Remember STEM as you craft your unit’s Annual Program Plan
- Build an Adventure: Inside the BSA’s new campaign to recruit Scout families
- Merit badge requirements completed but no blue card — now what?
- OA Lodge History Initiative makes sure no story is forgotten
Health and Safety
By replacing bug juice and soda with water, your pack, troop, team, crew, ship or post can be a part of the effort to Drink Right, Move More, Snack Smart.
The Boy Scouts of America's permission slip, officially called the Activity Consent Form and Approval by Parents or Legal Guardian, is a bilingual document.
Get one of these for everyone in your unit by completing three easy steps. Drink Right, Move More, Snack Smart. Those six small words hold big power. Power to make your unit,
Deciding which version of the BSA’s Annual Health and Medical Record you need shouldn’t raise your blood pressure. And starting today, you’re getting a
Holly and Ron Miller never want another parent or Scout leader to suffer like they have. On Jan. 16, 2010, their 12-year-old son Ian Joshua Miller was on a Scout trip to a
MPAA ratings — G, PG, PG-13, R — take the guesswork out of deciding which movies are appropriate for your son or daughter. Fortunately, deciding which Scouting activities
In a life-threatening situation outdoors, a Scout’s skills are only as good as his memory. That’s why mnemonic devices — popular for schoolchildren memorizing
Can’t swim the 100-meter butterfly in less than 50 seconds? That’s OK — nobody but Michael Phelps can. But I did just hear about a swimming record you and your
For anyone who’s seen a Boy Scout patrol return from grocery shopping with six family size bags of sour-cream-and-onion potato chips. For anyone who has set out snacks
(Update, April 2, 2013) Please read a special message at the end of the post. Knives. They may be the source of the most confusion within Scouting circles. I’ve heard
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