• National ScoutParents Initiative Launch Plan
    • Explains how the initiative works and some key ingredients to the success of the launch.
  • National Parent Initiative Launch Plan PowerPoint
    • This PowerPoint can be used to help explain the National Parent Initiative to your executive board, district and council leadership, units through roundtables, or community groups. It can be adapted to fit your local situation and involvement in the program.
  • ScoutParents unit coordinator fast start video
    • This training is accessible through the online learning center by connecting through a Scouters personal MyScouting account. It is designed to be the fast start training for this leadership role in Scouting. This training can also be linked by going to the Web site www.scoutparents.org for any adult connected to Scouting.
  • ScoutParent Orientation Video
    • This DVD is a basic orientation for all parents in Cub Scouting to be viewed shortly after they sign their son up in Cub Scouting. It is also available on the www.scoutparents.org Web site.
  • Mission Family PowerPoint
    • This PowerPoint can be viewed by any adult or parent to help them understand the program their child has joined and the values it will provide in support of their family. It can also be viewed by going to the www.scoutparents.org Web site.
  • Ways to involve parents in their Pack
    • This is an excel spreadsheet of tasks that every unit performs during the year and will help to tell parents what they can do to support their child in the unit by helping out with at least one specific task annually. It is explained in common terms for everyone to be able to understand. It is not an all inclusive list, but can guide a unit as to what tasks are needed.
  • Ways to involve parents in their Team/Troop
    • This is an excel spreadsheet of tasks that every unit performs during the year and will help to tell parents what they can do to support their child in the unit by helping out with at least one specific task annually. It is explained in common terms for everyone to be able to understand. It is not an all inclusive list, but can guide a unit as to what tasks are needed.
  • Ways to involve parents in their Crew/Ship
    • This is an excel spreadsheet of tasks that every unit performs during the year and will help to tell parents what they can do to support their child in the unit by helping out with at least one specific task annually. It is explained in common terms for everyone to be able to understand. It is not an all inclusive list, but can guide a unit as to what tasks are needed.
  • Family Fun in Scouting flyer lists items available through supply
    • This flyer provides a current listing of items and prices available for sale through Supply to use in support of the ScoutParents initiative. Some of the items listed can be customized for the council or district for use with their units.
  • Let's Go Scouting comic book
    • This comic book format provides an easily readable pamphlet for use with Tiger Cubs and their familes.
  • Cub Scout volunteering indicator form
    • This 11x17 form can be used with new parents in surveying their interests and talents at becoming involved with the unit.
  • Boy Scout volunteering indicator form
    • This 11x17 form can be used with new parents in surveying their interests and talents at becoming involved with the unit.
  • ScoutParents bumper sticker
    • This bumper sticker is designed to be used as a promotional item to provide for parents in identifying their involvement and connection as a ScoutParent.
  • Scouting Orientation Guide pamphlet
    • This 28-page pamphlet provides an overview of all age levels of the Scouting program and tells parents about the advancement program, values, highlights of the history, and several other areas of interests about Scouting.
  • Scouting Builds more than just campfires brochure
    • This brochure provides an overview to tell about the values of Scouting. It can be used to provide insight to new parents, civic leaders, or potential supporters of Scouting.
  • Scouting the Chartered Organization brochure
    • This brochure gives the potential chartering organization an overview of what Scouting is all about and their responsibilities in chartering Scouting in their organization, as well as what the council provides in support of their efforts. A tool to assist in helping sell the program to a potential organization.
  • ScoutParents helping Packs flyer sample
    • This flyer is a sample one-page flyer that gives a quick reference list of tasks a parent can do to help their son's pack.
  • Cub Scout Pack adult participation form
    • A sample of a form to be used with Cub Scout parents to secure their involvement in the pack's program during the year.
  • Boys' Life Magazine
    • Boys’ Life magazine is the flagship youth publication of the Boy Scouts of America. Each issue contains information about monthly Cub Scout program themes and a Boy Scout program feature. Published in two demographic editions, Boys’ Life serves the reading level needs of boys, lst grade through high school. The mission of Boys’ Life is to entertain and educate America’s youth and to open their eyes to the joyous world of reading. The subscription fee is $1.00 per month for Scouts, $2.00 per month for non-Scouts.
  • Scouting Magazine
    • Published by the Boy Scouts of America for all BSA registered adult volunteers and professionals, Scouting magazine offers editorial content that is a mixture of information, instruction, and inspiration, designed to strengthen readers' abilities to better perform their leadership roles in Scouting and also to assist them as parents in strengthening families.