Webelos Scout Virtues

Webelos Virtues

Webelos Virtues

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Virtues are good character traits.
As Webelos, we will take advantage of opportunities to build these Webelos virtues in ourselves and work towards living the Scout Law.

Webelos Virtues

Virtue          My Opportunities         
WisdomI will listen, watch, and learn. I will use what I learn to help others and set a good example.
CourageI will lead group activities, go places with my den without a parent, and sleep outside.
Self-ControlI will be responsible for my actions and not blame others. I will stop playing when it is time to work. I will treat others with respect.
JusticeI will not lie, cheat, or steal.
I will include everyone when I play and I will play fair.
FaithI will say Grace before each meal.
HopeI will look forward to tomorrow and new adventures.
LoveI will show love by obeying my parents, helping my friends, and respecting others.


Boy Scout Law

A Scout is ...          My Opportunities         
TrustworthyI will not lie, cheat, or steal. Other scouts will know they can always count on me.
LoyalI will support the scouts in my den however I can.
HelpfulI will look for people that need help and things that need to be done.
I will ask if I can help.
FriendlyI will invite new scouts to play.
CourteousI will say Please and Thank You when asking and receiving.
KindI will say good things to my den mates; never hurtful things.
ObedientI will follow the directions given by the person leading an activity.
CheerfulI will look for fun in all situations, even when things don't work out.
ThriftyI will shop for den snacks with a parent.
I will earn and save money for den dues.
BraveI will try new things, knowing that I will sometimes fail.
CleanI will wash my hands before all snacks and meals.
I will clean up after den activities.
ReverentI will learn about my religion.


 Jul 23, 2013 - Ryan Hauck
Have to ask - are "Webelos Virtues" an official part of the program?  Having trouble finding reference to them in other places, and am just wondering if I've missed something.  Thanks!
Jul 25, 2013 - Scouter Paul
@Ryan - They are part of a Webelos transition ceremony found in BSA publications, but not specifically part of the Webelos program.  Many of them do appear in the Cub Scout core values.

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