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Campfires are a great way to spend time with your pack or family!
Photos from Akelaland Cub Scout Resident Camp's post
What are you making for dessert? Let's see what Dario made for his family during Cubstravaganza!
Our campers were super creative at Cubstravaganza!
Our daily challenges included using LEGOs or recycled materials to make a favorite food, an animal, a boat, one of the Cub Scout Essentials, and something to represent what we love about our country. Check out their awesome designs!
We challenged our Cubstravaganza Campers to make their favorite food out of LEGOs or recycled materials!
[07/14/20] Cooking over the fire with no pots or pans for Cubstravaganza!
What would you cook without pots and pans?
Our Scouts at Cubstravaganza got creative in their cooking!
Scouts camp out!
During Cubstravaganza, Scouts were challenged to create a campsite in their backyards or in their house!
Our Bear Scouts made recipe books for the Bear Picnic Basket!
Scouts making snacks for along the trail at Cubstravaganza!
Cub Scouts Can Code!
Scouts at Cubstravaganza learned how to code using Scratch and worked to earn the Cub Scouts Can Code Nova Award!
In these pictures you can see Scouts both coding in Scratch and playing the Algorithm game to practice giving instructions in code.
Scouts love to hike! During Cubstravaganza our hikers walked, hiked, and biked more than 250 miles!
Here are a few pictures our Cubstravaganza hikers shared with us.
Boats! One of our Cubstravaganza challenges was to build a boat that supported as many coins as possible!
What's for lunch? Check out what these Scouts made for their families!
Here are more campsites created out of Legos and recycled materials from our Cubstravaganza campers!
Here is Addy, a wolf Scout, showing off her 6 Essential created out of recycled materials.
Our Scouts at Cubstravaganza made one of the 6 Essentials from LEGOs or Recycled Materials!
What did you have for breakfast today? Look at all the cool breakfasts our Scouts at Cubstravaganza helped make last week!
Did you get a chance to go for a hike last week?
Hike! 2 miles
Camping with the Cubstravaganza!
Setting up camp
Our Scouts at Cubstravaganza were practicing helping their family at mealtimes this week!
Helping serve dinner (her AOL brother's foil packets!)
Our build an animal challenge! Scouts were busy building a variety of challenges throughout the Cubstravaganza!
Ben’s build an animal challenge