NOTE: This part of the Boomerang should be done LAST.
(The Cub has thus had time to work on and understand
the Promise and Law while achieving the other parts.)
|Duty to God|
|Write a prayer and read it to your pack||Have a pack prayer-book that someone can take home each week to write a prayer in (and draw a pic to match it). Those doing this section thus can do it as “their turn”, without it being an odd thing to include in the Pack Closing.|
|Promise and Law||
Talk to your leader about how you do your best to live up to your Cub Scout Promise and Law
It is probably best to remind the cub(s) of this section a week or two before testing to give them a chance to think about their answers properly beforehand.
There are many games to help the cubs remember the law and promise.
I have not yet managed to find a tune to suit the Cub Promise, but this one will help them to remember the law....
Cubs Scouts are Loyal
|Do a good turn for someone at home and tell your leader about it.||The sections on Law & Promise and Service should to be done individually with a leader, rather than in a group, but can be done as a discussion with all cubs, so even the older cubs are reminded of this part of their promise.|
|Breaking the Cycle|
1. Talk with your leader about why bullying is not acceptable at Cub Scouts and discuss the pack code
2. Contribute to the annual review of Pack Code and sign
Breaking the Cycle was added in late 2016 - for those with older Cub Scout Record Books (Yellow book), here are replacement pages you can download, print and stick into your book. They also include the Camping award and Messengers of Peace award as well.
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