(Disclosure: This is a sponsored post but all thoughts are my own.)
When I was growing up, my mom was a boy scout leader for my brother’s den and I helped with child care and watched the siblings of the scouts. Scouting was always something I wanted to put Jacob and Lucas in so, sure enough, as soon as Jacob was ending his Kindergarten year I signed him up for Cub Scouts. He looks so cute in his scouting uniform!
What I love about the Boy Scouts of America is that they have such a positive impact on the youth that participate in their programs. They provide kids with activities that allow them to try new things, from fishing to woodworking to archery, that build self-confidence. Scouting builds character, encouraging children to serve others. Children also have a chance to connect with other kids outside of school and provides a new place for them to make new friends.
Even better than all the other benefits is that scouting can be a great family bonding time. Recognizing the difficult daily balance parents strive to achieve between spending time with their children and fulfilling their other responsibilities including work, the Boy Scouts of America shows parents how they can “Build an Adventure” with their children today with unique, life-changing experiences their kids can’t get anywhere else. The possibilities for adventure are endless and entirely attainable—even for families who have a lot of demands on their time.
Want to learn more about how you can build an adventure with your son? Visit beascout.org.
2 thoughts on “Build An Adventure With The Boy Scouts Of America”
I could not agree me. As an Eagle Scout, I could not wait to start the adventures with my son. I remember telling my Dad,”Just think Dad, in 6 years we get to do Scouts again”. He was so excited, but unfortunately we had to do it without him. But I try to lead my son and the boys in my Den.