Cub Scouts like to make things, and planning a project is one way that leaders can provide opportunities for Cub Scouts to do that. Den and Pack Meetings offer many opportunities to work on and complete projects.
In addition to satisfying the requirements of a Required Adventure or Elective Adventure, completing a project allows a Cub Scout to develop a sense of accomplishment and builds confidence and self-esteem. Completing a project that supports not only an advancement requirement, but also contributes to the completion of another is a core principle of the Total Program Integration method, which is amied at tying together as many of the activities possible to keep your program focused on building a sense of accomplishment in your Dens and Scouts.
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