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Bobcat Badge

 

The Bobcat Badge is the first badge that all boys earn, regardless of age or grade. Prior to beginning work on requirements for any rank, each Scout must complete 7 requirements that introduce them to the Scouting Program and lay a foundation that they will build upon for the remainder of their Scouting career. The requirements for the Bobcat Badge are listed below:

 

  • Learn and say the Scout Oath, with help if needed.

 

On my honor I will do my best

To do my duty to God and my country

and to obey the Scout Law;

To help other people at all times;

To keep myself physically strong,

mentally awake, and morally straight.

 

 

  • Learn and say the Scout Law, with help if needed.

 

A Scout is Trustworthy, Loyal, Helpful, Friendly, Courteous, Kind, Obedient, Cheerful, Thrifty, Brave, Clean, and Reverent.

 

For clarification of all twelve points of the Scout Law, please click here.

 

  • Show the Cub Scout Sign. Tell what it means.

 

The two fingers of the Cub Scout Sign stand for the two points of the Cub Scout Promise - to help other people and to obey.

The two fingers of the Cub Scout Sign stand for the two points of the Cub Scout Promise – to help other people and to obey.

 

 

  • Show the Cub Scout Handshake. Tell what it means.

 

When you shake hands, use your right hand, Put the first fingers along the inside of. your friend's wrist~This means that you are brothers in Cub Scouting and that both of. you help other people and obey the Law of the Pack.

When you shake hands, use your right hand, Put the first fingers along the inside of. your friend’s wrist~This means that you are brothers in Cub Scouting and that both of. you help other people and obey the Law of the Pack.

 

 

  • Say the Cub Scout Motto. Tell what it means.

 

Do Your Best!

 

This means to try as hard as you can in everything you do.

 

  • Show the Cub Scout Salute. Tell what it means.

 

The two fingers stand for the two points of the Cub Scout Oath - to help other people and to obey.

The two fingers stand for the two points of the Cub Scout Oath – to help other people and to obey.

 

 

  • With your parent or guardian, complete the exercises in the pamphlet How to Protect Your Children From Child Abuse: A Parent’s Guide-Bobcat Requirements.
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