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Requirements may be worked on during the Webelos [[den meetings]] and the new skill practiced at home and with the help of the boy's family. The requirements are either completed during the [[den meetings]] or at home with the den leader's approval. Projects are then brought to meetings to share as well as to be approved by the [[Webelos Den Leader]] or [[Activity Badge Counselor]]. A pin is awarded upon completion of the requirements.
Requirements may be worked on during the Webelos [[den meetings]] and the new skill practiced at home and with the help of the boy's family. The requirements are either completed during the [[den meetings]] or at home with the den leader's approval. Projects are then brought to meetings to share as well as to be approved by the [[Webelos Den Leader]] or [[Activity Badge Counselor]]. A pin is awarded upon completion of the requirements.
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==Activity groups==
 
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The Webelos Activity Badges are divided into 5 groups of 4 badges each:
 
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{{List of Webelos Activity Badges}}
 
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==Webelos Colors, Compass Emblem, and Compass Points==
 
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{{Webelos Colors & Emblem}}
 
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== How to Earn An Activity Badge ==
== How to Earn An Activity Badge ==
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#:Webelos activity badge requirements are approved by the Webelos den leader or other designated person, such as an activity badge counselor. This step, which focuses on communication between a boy and an adult other than his parent, is a part of the program that helps prepare the Webelos Scouts for their [[Boy Scout Portal|Boy Scouting]] experience.
#:Webelos activity badge requirements are approved by the Webelos den leader or other designated person, such as an activity badge counselor. This step, which focuses on communication between a boy and an adult other than his parent, is a part of the program that helps prepare the Webelos Scouts for their [[Boy Scout Portal|Boy Scouting]] experience.
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{{Worksheets|Webelos Activity Badge}}
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==Worksheets==
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[[Category:Webelos Activity Badges]]
[[Category:Webelos Activity Badges]]

Revision as of 01:17, November 17, 2015

Webelos Activity Badge resources include the Webelos Activity Badge Worksheets
with the maps, charts, links, and checklists you need plus cross-references
for related Cub Scout Belt Loops & Pins and Cub Scout Awards.


Webelos Activity Badges

Level:Webelos Scout
Created:1967

Webelos Activity Badges are colorful metal emblems (pins) that may be pinned to the Webelos Colors or the Webelos cap (this is a per-Pack decision). The Activity Badges form the basis of the 15- or 18-month-long Webelos Scout Program which prepares Webelos Scouts to bridge into a Boy Scout troop.

Requirements may be worked on during the Webelos den meetings and the new skill practiced at home and with the help of the boy's family. The requirements are either completed during the den meetings or at home with the den leader's approval. Projects are then brought to meetings to share as well as to be approved by the Webelos Den Leader or Activity Badge Counselor. A pin is awarded upon completion of the requirements.

How to Earn An Activity Badge

  1. Learn the skills.
    During the activity badge period of the den meeting, Webelos Scouts receive instruction, practice what they've learned, and take part in games or contests using their new skills.
  2. Complete the requirements.
    Webelos activity badge requirements are approved by the Webelos den leader or other designated person, such as an activity badge counselor. This step, which focuses on communication between a boy and an adult other than his parent, is a part of the program that helps prepare the Webelos Scouts for their Boy Scouting experience.
  3. Receive the activity badge.
    The Webelos den leader makes certain that each boy receives the activity badges he has earned, promptly, without ceremony.

Worksheets

Optional worksheets can help Scouts organize notes, listen actively, and document their work.

The Worksheets include extra materials that the Webelos Scout will need:

  • Blank Maps
  • Graph paper
  • Checklists
  • Links to online references and free online video lessons of key skills

Click here for the Webelos Activity Badge Worksheets.

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