The Tiger Den, Den 4, is comprised of Scouts who are first graders or six years of age.
Cameron Baker – Den Leader
Cub Scouts earn adventures that are specific to their grade and rank. A number of adventures must be completed to earn the badge of rank for each grade level. Adventures may be earned in any order. Completion of adventures is how the aims of character, citizenship, leadership, and personal fitness are developed.
My Tiger Jungle
In this adventure, Tigers will learn that there are many types of living things that share the place where we live. All animals, plants, and insects have a purpose in our environment. It is everyone’s duty to be mindful of other creatures’ habitats. Regardless of their age, Tigers can make a difference.
Games Tigers Play
This adventure will help boys develop appropriate emotional responses, engage in shared decision making in group settings, and encourage an active and healthy lifestyle.
Tiger Circles; Duty to God
This adventure will help Tigers understand what duty to God means in Scouting, and also what it means for them and their families.
This adventure will introduce Tigers to the concept of teamwork and also to the idea that—even at a young age—they can make a difference in the world. Some of the activities in this adventure are home-based and involve the family and/or the adult partner, and others are to be performed with the den.
This adventure will introduce or reinforce healthy eating habits, including making the right food choices and practicing good hygiene. Activities will also focus on good manners at mealtime. In addition, the adventure will give each Tiger an opportunity to perform a useful service for his family.
Tigers in the Wild
Tigers will learn how to put the “outing” in Scouting with this outdoor adventure. They will start to develop an understanding of the Outdoor Ethics program as they are introduced to many skills that will be important throughout their Scouting careers.
Curiosity, Intrigue, and Magical Mysteries
This adventure helps Tigers explore how things work. Tigers and their adult partners will learn about cracking codes and solving mysteries, as well as discover how science helps us solve problems and understand why things work in certain ways.
Earning Your Stripes
In this adventure, Tigers will learn about what it means to wear Tiger orange. The color orange represents warmth, cheer, enthusiasm, creativity, and energy. Tigers are proud to wear the color orange; they like to show their enthusiasm by helping others and by using their energy to complete tasks. Helping others provides the opportunity to build self-esteem, give goodwill, and create a cheerful attitude. The warmth in the color orange is shared by using proper manners when speaking to others.
This adventure will help Tigers learn about their families and their heritage.
Floats and Boats
This adventure will teach Tigers about different types of boats, how to build a boat using recycled materials, and how to stay safe on the water.
This adventure will help Tigers realize that the Scout Law is a code of conduct they can follow to make their bodies and minds stronger.
In this adventure, Tigers will learn about their bicycles, safety gear, and how to keep safe and have fun while riding.
Sky is the Limit
This adventure will help Tigers learn about the mysterious night sky.
Stories in Shapes
This adventure will engage the boys’ imaginations and creativity as they work on some simple art projects that do not require traditional art skills.
This adventure will help boys learn about different types of games, whether individual games, team games, or initiative games. As an elective, it provides them with the chance to explore games that are new to them and to use their imaginations. It also encourages their willingness and ability to work and talk in the group.
Tiger: Safe and Smart
In this adventure, Tigers will learn that a safe child is one who is aware of his or her surroundings and knows how to respond to danger.
This adventure will engage the boys in some active games with their adult partners and establish an appreciation for activity and its role in maintaining one’s health and mental abilities.
Our past is exciting and important for Scouts to understand. Tiger Tales offers a glimpse of songs, stories, and customs that have been passed down through families and groups of people about the history of America. Some stories are about real people such as Davy Crockett or Daniel Boone. Their stories tend to be exaggerated to make them seem bigger than life. Other times, stories are about fictional characters capable of amazing things that seem impossible. Either way, tall tales and folk songs offer the spirit of American life from our ancestors telling us about their happiness, fears, dreams, and the hopes they shared.
Children love to pretend. They start at a young age by imitating what is around them. By the time they reach school age, they are ready for the next step: creating their own adventures to share. Theater provides an avenue to learn about public presentations and builds confidence in public speaking. Encouraging Tigers to perform helps them to become strong speakers and leaders, both in Scouting and in their daily lives.
The Tiger Cub Scout uniform has the following parts;
- Shirt—The official blue uniform shirt is available with long or short sleeves and has button-flap pockets.
- Pants— Shorts, long pants, skorts, and roll up pants all are in official blue.
- Belt—Official navy-blue web belt with metal buckle.
- Socks—Official socks are available in three lengths: ankle, crew, and knee. Tiger socks have an orange band on the top.
- Hat—Official blue hat with orange front and Tiger emblem.
- Neckerchief—Orange triangular neckerchief with Tiger logo. Official BSA neckerchiefs are the only neckerchiefs that are part of the uniform.
- Neckerchief slide—Official gold-tone metal slide with orange Tiger emblem. Cub Scouts may wear handmade neckerchief slides.