Cub Scouts

Cub Scouts, Cubs or Wolf Cubs are programs associated with Scouting for young children usually aged 7 to 12. A participant in the program is called a Cub. A group of Cubs is called a ‘Pack’.

The Wolf Cub program was originated by The Boy Scouts Association in the United Kingdom in 1916 to provide a program for boys who were too young to be Boy Scouts. It was adopted by many other Scouting organizations. Many Scouting organizations, including The Scout Association, no longer use the Wolf Cub program and have replaced it with other programs but have retained the name Cubs. Others, including Traditional Scouting organizations, maintain the original Wolf Cubs program.

The Aims of Cub Scouting are the same as the other divisions—build character, learn the responsibilities of citizenship, and develop personal fitness.


Cub Scout Promise

I promise to do my best

To do my duty to religion and my country,

To obey the Cub Scout Law,

To do a good deed everyday.

Law of the Pack

The Cub Scout obeys Akela.

The Cub Scout makes himself/herself useful.

The Cub Scout keeps trying to better.

Cub Scout Motto

Do Your Best

The Cub Scout sign identifies the youth as a Cub Scout and is used when giving the Cub Scout Promise or the Law of the Pack. The Cub Scout salute is used when saluting the Flag of the country. The handshake is used as a token of friendship and identity

Cub Scout Publications

English Version

Application Forms for Badges




Gold Star Final Badge

Cub Scouts Badges