Cub Scouts


Cub Scout classes are designed to complete one Adventure in two hours. Tiger Cub Adventure classes are for Scouts in 1st Grade; Wolf Cub Adventure classes are for Scouts in 2nd Grade; Bear Cub Adventure classes are for Scouts in 3rd Grade. Sessions will run from either 10 a.m.-12 p.m. or 1-3 p.m. Note: a chaperone must stay with the Scout.


Tiger Cubs

  • Curiosity, Intrigue & Magical Mysteries – Discover some new magic tricks and the awesome science behind them.
  • Sky is the Limit – Take a tour of the night sky, exploring planets, stars and constellations. See a show in the newly renovated Burke Baker Planetarium.
  • Tigers in the Wild – Learn how to be prepared for a hike, the Outdoor Code and what plants to explore and avoid, while exploring the environment.

Wolf Cubs

  • Air of the Wolf – Investigate the science behind air.
  • Cubs Who Care – Learn how people with disabilities overcome their challenges.
  • Digging in the Past – Take your dinosaur adventure to the next level with the largest paleontology hall in North America. (STEM/Nova)
  • Germs Alive – Explore the world of germs, mold and snot to keep yourself healthy. (STEM/Nova)
  • Grow Something – Grow some plants and vegetables to find out how sun, soil, shade and fertilizer affect plants.
  • Motor Away – Discover different ways to make and propel vehicles. (STEM/Nova)

Bear Cubs

  • Beat of the DrumLearn about the crafts, music and dancing of Native Americans.
  • Critter CarePets are fun and exciting to own! Learn the responsibilities of owning a pet, if you have one or thinking about asking for one. Requirements 1B, 2B & 3A will be covered.
  • Forensics – Explore the science used to solve crimes. (STEM/Nova)
  • Make It Move – Learn about simple machines and how to make everyday tasks easier. (STEM/Nova)
  • Robotics – Learn about robots in our world, and build your own. (STEM/Nova)
  • Super Science – Conduct experiments on density, static electricity and others while exploring the world of science. (STEM/Nova)

HMNS Cub Scouts – Tiger Cub – Curiosity, Intrigue, and Magical Mysteries

HMNS Cub Scouts – Tiger Cub – Sky is the Limit

HMNS Cub Scouts – Tiger Cubs – Tigers in the Wild

HMNS Cub Scouts – Wolf Cub – Air of the Wolf

HMNS Cub Scouts – Wolf Cub – Cubs Who Care

HMNS Cub Scouts – Wolf Cub – Digging in the Past

HMNS Cub Scouts – Wolf Cub – Germs Alive

HMNS Cub Scouts – Wolf Cub – Grow Something

HMNS Cub Scouts – Wolf Cub – Motor Away

HMNS Cub Scouts – Bear Cub – Beat of the Drum

HMNS Cub Scouts – Bear Cub – Critter Care

HMNS Cub Scouts – Bear Cub – Forensics

HMNS Cub Scouts – Bear Cub – Make it Move

HMNS Cub Scouts – Bear Cub – Robotics

HMNS Cub Scouts – Bear Cub – Super Science


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