Cub Scout Cheer Box


We love scouting!  I’ve been a den leader for nearly 3 years and I know how hard it is to sometimes find stuff to keep the boys busy (and out of trouble).  Enter the Cheer Box!

What is a Cheer Box?
It is a box filled with silly, short things for the boys to do written on little sheets of paper.  Use this ideally at a pack meeting, or camp, or whenever you have those short periods of time getting one den ready to do a skit or a presentation or whatever.  Have someone hold the box and have a scout pull a slip of paper to see which Cheer everyone needs to do.  The entire audience is expected to do the cheers, and it’s a great way to keep the boys’ attention.

Cheers include, “Pretend you are Indiana Jones and crack the whip” and “Show everyone your best fish face…..look-out, there is a shark!”

How do I make it?
In the old days, you would just get yourself a box of Cheer laundry soap to make this.  But alias, I don’t use Cheer laundry soap, but I have Photoshop.  :)

If you have a small den, this would make a great den project that could be given back to the pack.  Have the boys make up their own cheers, and put them in the box.  The sillier, the better!

Materials needed:

  • a small box – I used a fruit rope box from Costco
  • scissors
  • glue stick
  • blue paper
  • cheer box logo (available here)
  • Cheers! download them off the internet, or create your own!
    I found mine here.
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