Talking Sticks A talking stick is a smaller stick - usually between 6 - 10 inches long, and normally used in groups. One person holds the stick while he or she talks. All others remain silent. When they pass the stick on, they pass the right to speak. This keeps meetings orderly and it is fun. These sticks fit in a backpack and are great around a campfire. They include the Boy Scout™ Law.
Excel Spreadsheet tracking sheet for the New Program for the WOLF Den similar to Cub Trax. This site has a lot of great neckerchief slide ideas and also other great Cub Scout Ideas compliments of Akelas Council Cub Scout Leader Training: Utah National Parks Council has planned this exciting 4 1/2 day Cub Scout Leader Training. This fast-paced and inspiring training covers lots of Cub Scout info, Cub Scouts with disabilities and much more. Akelascouncil.com
Compass Treasure Hunt -- fun game for Brownies earning their Hiker badge. You could also tie it into the A World of Girls program by putting out "treasures" from other countries (postcard, small toy, game in a foreign language, book set in a different country, etc.) for girls to find.