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Cub Scout Tiger Cub Handbook (Tiger Cub)

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Guide to the Tiger Cub program for Tiger Cubs and their adult partners. Includes requirements for earning the Tiger Cub badge.
Paperback, 164 pages
Published January 1st 2011 by Boy Scouts of America (first published January 1st 2006)
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Robert
Jun 28, 2013 Robert rated it it was amazing
Shelves: nonfiction, scouting
My son participated as a K-Kub last year. It was a learning experience for both of us. He was so excited when he bridged to Tiger Cub. We have the summer off from scouts, but he was insistent that we pick up his handbook. I am happy we did because after reading this, I realize a lot of what we will be doing this summer will coincide with requirements he has for various activities as a Tiger Cub.

I am a fan of the detail and the organization of this handbook. Most activities are clearly explained
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Christina
Jun 17, 2011 Christina rated it really liked it
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We finished!! My favorite requirement was the interview of an older person to talk about what life was like growing up. There are many great activities here for a 1st grader and I'm impressed at the variety in the Cub Scout program and the options offered.
Chris
Feb 26, 2012 Chris rated it it was amazing
Having needed its use in "co-training" a tiger cub bunch in 2004-2005, I was mandated to look over this book. It was interesting and gave me the results the pack wanted me to achieve. When I was a kid, we never had a book. But I'm glad they have one out for these kids too.
Michelle
Helping by little boy be the best Boy Scout he can be :)
Karan Johnstone
Jul 23, 2011 Karan Johnstone rated it it was amazing
Read through this when Noah was a tiger cub in pack 1513 in Fairfax
Rebekah
Mar 14, 2013 Rebekah rated it it was amazing
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My boy is a Tiger now. He looks forward to working on acheivements and electives.
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My Tiger year wasn't fun and that is why I am glad that they changed up the schedule.
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