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.
|Wisdom||I will listen, watch, and learn. I will use what I learn to help others and set a good example.|
|Courage||I will lead group activities, go places with my den without a parent, and sleep outside.|
|Self-Control||I 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.|
|Justice||I will not lie, cheat, or steal.|
I will include everyone when I play and I will play fair.
|Faith||I will say Grace before each meal.|
|Hope||I will look forward to tomorrow and new adventures.|
|Love||I will show love by obeying my parents, helping my friends, and respecting others.|
Boy Scout Law
|A Scout is ...||My Opportunities|
|Trustworthy||I will not lie, cheat, or steal. Other scouts will know they can always count on me.|
|Loyal||I will support the scouts in my den however I can.|
|Helpful||I will look for people that need help and things that need to be done. |
I will ask if I can help.
|Friendly||I will invite new scouts to play.|
|Courteous||I will say Please and Thank You when asking and receiving.|
|Kind||I will say good things to my den mates; never hurtful things.|
|Obedient||I will follow the directions given by the person leading an activity.|
|Cheerful||I will look for fun in all situations, even when things don't work out.|
|Thrifty||I will shop for den snacks with a parent.|
I will earn and save money for den dues.
|Brave||I will try new things, knowing that I will sometimes fail.|
|Clean||I will wash my hands before all snacks and meals.|
I will clean up after den activities.
|Reverent||I 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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