Lion Scout: Ready, Set, Grow

In this Adventure Lion Cub Scouts learn about gardening and where food comes from. They also plant their own container garden. Lions in the jungle are always on the hunt for food; they have to spend much  of their time looking for something to eat. We need food as well so we can  grow big and strong. Real lions can’t grow a garden, but Lion Scouts can!  When the Lions learn basic gardening skills, they are learning a valuable way  to grow their own food. They are also developing a connection and seeing the  importance of the natural world.

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In the box your will receive:

  • Official BSA Good Turn Challenge Coin

  • Printed Lesson Guide

  • Printed Choice and Consequences Game

  • Printed Everyday Heroes Cards

  • Index Cards

  • Pick My Path Adventure Belt Loop

  • Pair of Binoculars

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cub scouts

Your Scouting adventure starts here! Cub Scouting is all about building confidence, communications and peer interaction skills in a fun and engaging small group environment.

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Backyard Scouting is a combined adventure of four Boy Scout Councils in Northern Illinois and Southwest Wisconsin. We are working together to bring you an unparalleled experience to your home during these unprecedented times while still keeping the "outing" in Scouting this summer!

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