From the 2016 Cub Scout Roundtable Guide:
- Cub Scouting home page
- Guide to Advancement
- Guide to Safe Scouting
- Forms (incident information reports, first-aid logs, etc.)
- Roundtable support page including best practices
- Journey to Excellence home page
- ScoutSource page
- Guide to Awards and Insignia
- Adult training page
- Bryan on Scouting
- Program updates
- Newsletter, planning calendar, and poster templates
- How to Create a Troop Facebook Page:
- Social Media Guide
- Baloo's Bugle
- Merit Badge
- US Scouting Service Project
- Be a Scout
- CubCast monthly podcast
- Social Media sites:
BSA Cyber Chip
The program is set up for individual Scouts, but going to a library or a school where there are multiple computers would allow a den or pack to do it all at once.
To earn the Cyber Chip, do the following:
- Read, commit to, and sign the Level I Internet Safety Pledge (BSA Cyber Chip blue card).
- Watch the video “Bad Netiquette Stinks” at http://NetSmartz.org/scouting/.
- On the same website, play the “Router’s Birthday Surprise” interactive adventure, and print the completion certificate to give to your den leader.
- Show and tell your family, den leader, den, or pack what you have learned.