June 2005 Cub Scout Roundtable Issue
| Volume 11, Issue 10
July 2005 Theme
Theme: Play Ball
Webelos: Aquanaut & Geologist
Tiger Cub Activities
NASA’s Space Place where you can a lot of FUN and earn achievements and electives
Thank you, Marcia
From Connie on the Cub Scout Roundtable discussion list –
I have never seen such a comprehensive how to list in my life. Check it out.......
Or just go to www.ehow.com and see what else besides crafts they can help you with!! CD
The following site is operated by International Paper and they have FREE materials for Teachers and SCOUT leaders and others about forests and conservation and such. Posters and brochures for the Scouts. Check it out -
From Bear Leader Lisa, This site is just what its name says – so if you need plans for woodworking or how to be sure to visit -
http://absolutelyfreeplans.com/ (No www. In address)
Need games?? Go to –
The internet’s largest party game Web Site –
Here’s a link for using that old stand by – Gimp or plastic lacing. The Webmaster at this site calls it Boondoggle – Hence the name of the site –
Need some more ideas –
Check out the National Archive of Pow Wow Books –
This unofficial site has scanned copies of many, many Pow Wow Books available for your use. It is maintained by a volunteer Scouter near St. Louis, MO. Now I now where I am going to send all those books in my basement.
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