Fast Tracks for Tiger Cub Scouts

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Revision as of 19:42, May 1, 2009

Fast Tracks for Tiger Cub Scouts:
Fast Tracks is a series of den meeting plans (two den meetings per month) designed to be used in conjunction with the youth handbooks. By following the these plans, active Scouts can earn their Tiger, Wolf, Bear, or Webelos rank by February, usually in time for the Blue & Gold Banquet. After these meetings, Scouts continue to meet to work on other electives, Belt Loops and Pins, and other Cub Scout Awards through the rest of the year. All Cub Scouts must first earn their Bobcat Badge.

Use the Fast Tracks as-is or as a resource for your own meeting plans. MeritBadge.Org offers a wealth of other resources to get you started, Belt Loop and Pin Worksheets and Cub Scout Monthly Themes with Program Helps! Also see the Fast Tracks FAQ.

Active Scouts can earn their Tiger Award in four months.
File (PDF Image:Pdficon small.gif)Achievement(s) covered
All Tiger Meeting Plans in One Document
IntroductionIntroduction to Fast Tracks for Tiger Cub Scouts
Den meeting #1Bobcat badge (partial)
Achievement 1: Making My Family Special (1F partial, 1D)
Den meeting #2Bobcat badge (completion)
Achievement 1: Making My Family Special (1F completion, 1G)
Den meeting #3Achievement 3: Keeping Myself Healthy and Safe (3Fa partial, 3Fb, 3D, 3G partial)
Elective 28: Smoke Detectors
Den meeting #4Achievement 3: Keeping Myself Healthy and Safe (3Fa completion, 3G completion)
Den meeting #5Achievement 5: Let's Go Outdoors (5F, 5D, 5G)
Elective 6: Song Time
Den meeting #6Achievement 2: Where I Live (2F, 2D)
Achievement 4: How I Tell It (4F partial, 4D)
Den meeting #7Achievement 2: Where I Live (2G)
Achievement 4: How I Tell It (4F completion)
Den meeting #8Achievement 4: How I Tell It (4G) - All Tiger Award requirements completed!
Den meeting #9Elective 1: How Do You Celebrate?
Elective 2: Making Decorations
Den meeting #10Elective 13: Making Change
Elective 50: Banking
Den meeting #11Elective 21: The Show Must Go On
Elective 47: Reduce, Reuse, Recycle
Elective 14: Reading Fun
Elective 7: Play Along!
Den meeting #12Elective 41: Transportation
Den meeting #13Elective 26: Phone Manners
Elective 27: Emergency!
Elective 15: Our Colorful World
Elective 12: A Friendly Greeting
Den meeting #14Elective 43: Pet Care
Elective 31: Learn About Animals
Den meeting #15Elective 33: Cleanup Treasure Hunt
Elective 23: What Kind of Milk?
Elective 25: Snack Time

See also

Cub Scout Leader portal

MeritBadge.Org is your online Scouting University with everything from Getting Started to Bridging:

  • Nameplates - Official BSA Name plates for your uniforms.

See the Cub Scout Leader Resources for the Pack Organization Chart and much more.

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