New skills, character building, social development, family bonding, mind-challenging fun. Most parents agree they want to give their children the opportunity to cultivate all of these as they grow up. And the Boy Scouts of America covers it all for its current members. But is the program right for your son?
Instead of us explaining why it undoubtedly is, we’ll let the true expert (a Cub Scout mom) give you the scoop.
Mom blogger Scarlet Paolicchi shares on her Family Focus Blog how her son’s experience in the Scouting program runs the gamut in youth development, not only bettering her son but also her whole family. In fact, as aptly put in her blog’s name, the post focuses on what Boy Scouts of America offers her whole gang.
Scarlet explains, “As a family, we all enjoy that Boy Scouts encourages us to get out and do fun activities as a family (even sisters get to join the fun) like camping, exploring caves, and learning new skills such as archery.”
Read more about what keeps Scarlet’s family engaged in the program and how adding a Scout to your family is a good thing for every member. Check it out on her blog here.