Youth Handbooks

Each Cub Scout has a handbook to help them along their trail. Tiger Cubs use the Tiger Cub Handbook with activities in the Den, at home, and in the community. Wolf Cubs have a handbook that will help them along the Wolf Trail where they learn more about themselves and their families. Bear Cubs have a handbook that takes them even further,but they get to choose the achievements they complete. Webelos have a larger handbook with 20 Activity Badges they can work on in the 2 years they are Webelos.

Another good source of information for Cub Scouts is the magazine BSA published 12 times each year. This is the Boys' Life magazine. It is full of stories, games, jokes, and letters that are fun to read. You will be learning new things while reading. This is one magazine your teacher will not mind you reading at school, once your work is done.


Cub Scout Tiger Cub HandbookExternal Link
This book for first-grade boys and their adult partners tells about the Tiger Cub program and gives information about dens, leaders, uniforms, and advancement.

Cub Scout Wolf HandbookExternal Link
Second-grade boys use this book as they move along the trail to earn their Wolf badge.

Cub Scout Bear HandbookExternal Link
Boys in the third grade do the achievements in this book to earn their Bear badge.

Cub Scout Webelos HandbookExternal Link
Boys who are in the fourth or fifth grade use this handbook as Webelos Scouts. Everything in the Webelos Scout program is more challenging than what younger boys in the pack do.

Boys' Life MagazineExternal Link
Boys' Life is the magazine for all boys. The Boys' Life Web site has information about the current issue, games to play, projects to download, and more.