Music is joy to the ears. Make an mbira, sistrum and rains stick and show it to your den. Explain how they make the music that they do and strike up the band!
America was first settled by people we call Indians. The Indian had a great variety of culture to them and many traditions that they still carry on today. Learn more about our native american heritage.
Pets make the world go round, learn about taking care of your pets including, grooming, feeding, cleaning, exercising and more. Make a poster of your favorite pet and share it with Pack 603!
What does it mean to have a duty to God in your daily life? Talk with your parents and den leader about your duty and how you carry it out. Try and earn the religious emblem of your faith!
When we collect information on problems it’s called forensics. Forensics are used to solve crimes, science problems and much more. Learn about forensics and how we use them in your community.
The best part of hiking is nature, so look around you and see how many plants, trees, animals, insect and more you can identify. Keep a log of hikes and share it with your friends in Pack 603.
Knowing how to build things is a lifelong skill and by following Baloo the builder you can build almost anything. Disvoer tools, make plans and build something fun out of wood.
Science is cool. Try your hand at generating statis electricity, determine what might sink or float, use science to change the color of something and have fun learning!
Scouts use knives as tools, learn how to be safe using a knife. Work with your den leader and Pack leaders to ear your Whittling Chip and be safe with your knife.
Bears camp in the woods, so go camping with your Den or family, make a list of what you need to eat and sleep, and stay safe on your campout. Learn more about camping with Pack 603.