Is the new Cub Scout program scaring you as much as the rest of us? It is going to be incredible for the boys. They have put a lot of time into planning the new adventures and you will love it as soon as you can get your head around it. We are all about making it easier for all Cub Scout Leaders and Parents. We hope this new tracking sheet will help you as you start to navigate the new program.
Tracking, planning, and recognition are so important in Cub Scouts. This new tracking sheet will help you be able to keep track of where each boy is at towards the Wolf, Adventures, and Cyber Chip requirements. I like to print this tracking sheet on cardstock, and I print one sheet for each boy to be kept in my leader binder next to their tracking sheet for their Religious Award. I keep a different tab for every boy with all the tracking sheets (Age Group & Religious Award). Then I have complete information on each boy. It helps to do it this way if you do one requirement one week and a different one other weeks. Not every boy is there every week. By doing this, I can always know where each boy is at, and it is all in one place. I keep a roll, and next to the roll I write down what we did that week, and then every couple of weeks I update all the tracking sheets for every boy. If the parents ever have questions, I always have a place to look back at on the roll, and I can always copy each tracking sheet to show them where their boy is. Thanks to Jessika Vaupel from the Trapper Trails Council who shared this tracking sheet with us.
- To print this Wolf Tracking Sheet, CLICK HERE
- To print the Faith in God Tracking Sheet, CLICK HERE
- To see all the tracking sheets, CLICK HERE