Cub Scout Citizenship
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Belt Loop and Pin
Citizenship Academics Belt Loop
Belt Loop Requirements
Complete these three requirements:
- 1. Develop a list of jobs you can do around the home. Chart your progress for one week.
- 2. Make a poster showing things that you can do to be a good citizen.
- 3. Participate in a family, den, or school service project.
Academics Pin Requirements
Earn the Citizenship belt loop, and complete five of the following requirements:
- 1. Interview someone who has become a naturalized citizen. Give a report of your interview to your den or family.
- 2. Write a letter to your newspaper about an issue that concerns you.
- 3. Create a collage about America.
- 4. Conduct a home safety or energy audit and inspect your home. Talk with your parent or adult partner about correcting any problems you find.
- 5. Visit your local site of government. Interview someone who is involved with the governmental process.
- 6. Visit a court room and talk with someone who works there.
- 7. Go to the polls with your parents when they vote. Talk to them about their choices.
- 8. Take part in a parade with your den or pack.
- 9. List ways you can recycle various materials and conserve and protect the environment.
- 10. Attend a community event or visit a landmark in your community.
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Cub Scout Academics and Sports Program Guide, 2015 Edition (BSA Supply SKU #620714)
- Earning the Cub Scout Citizenship Belt Loop while a Webelos Scout is requirement 8 of the Webelos Citizen Activity Badge.
- Details on earning a Cub Scout Sports or Academic pin or belt loop multiple times
Related achievements, electives, or other awards
- Tiger Cub Scout
- Wolf Cub Scout
- Wolf Achievements 2, 4, & 9
- Bear Cub Scout
- Bear Achievements 3, 7f, & 24
- Webelos Scout
- Webelos Citizen Activity Badge
- Cub Scout Academics and Sports Program