Cub Scouts should complete three of the following:
Find out about a place of worship (preferably different from your own) in their local community. Find out what happens there and tell other Cub Scouts about it. If possible you should visit a place of worship or meet a religious leader.
Organise a fundraising event for a charity of their choice.
Over a period of a month take good care of a pet. Make a record of how you have cared for your pet, for example, food, exercise, and cleaning/grooming.
Meet or visit someone who helps your local community, such as a police officer, a fire fighter or lifeboat crew member. Explain to others what you have learned and how we can help them to do their job.
Find out what hazards there could be in your home, meeting place or campsite. Help other Cub Scouts to be aware of any dangers.
Learn the following basic first aid: controlling bleeding, burns and scalds, airway protection and how and when to get help.