requirements for Tenderfoot, Second Class,
and First Class ranks may be worked on simultaneously;
however, these ranks must be earned in sequence.
how to find directions during the day
and at night without using a compass.
Using a compass, complete an orienteering
course that covers at least one mile and
requires measuring the height and/or width
of designated items (tree, tower, canyon,
joining, have participated in 10 separate
troop/patrol activities (other than troop/patrol
meetings), three of which included camping
plan a patrol menu for one campout --
including one breakfast, lunch, and
dinner -- that requires cooking. Tell
how the menu includes the foods from
the food pyramid and meets nutritional
the menu planned in requirement 4a,
make a list showing the cost and food
amounts needed to feed three or more
boys and secure the ingredients.
which pans, utensils, and other gear
will be needed to cook and serve these
the procedures to follow in the safe
handling and storage of fresh meats,
dairy products, eggs, vegetables, and
other perishable food products. Tell
how to properly dispose of camp garbage,
cans, plastic containers, and other
one campout, serve as your patrol's
cook. Supervise your assistant(s) in
using a stove or building a cooking
fire. Prepare the breakfast, lunch,
and dinner planned in requirement 4a.
Lead your patrol in saying grace at
the meals and supervise cleanup.
and discuss with a selected individual
approved by your leader (elected official,
judge, attorney, civil servant, principal,
teacher) your constitutional rights and
obligations as a U.S. citizen.
or show evidence of at least 10 kinds
of native plants found in your community.
when you should and should not use
tying the timber hitch and clove hitch
and their use in square, shear, and
diagonal lashings by joining two or
more poles or staves together.
lashing to make a useful camp gadget.
tying the bowline knot and describe
several ways it can be used.
bandages for a sprained ankle and
for injuries on the head, the upper
arm, and the collarbone.
how to transport by yourself, and
with one other person, a person:
a smoke-filled room
a sprained ankle, for at least
the five most common signs of a heart
attack. Explain the steps (procedures)
in cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR).
what precautions must be taken for a
safe trip afloat.
complete the BSA swimmer test.
a helper and a practice victim, show
a line rescue both as tender and as
rescuer. (The practice victim should
be approximately 30 feet from shore
in deep water.)
Scout spirit by living the Scout Oath
(Promise) and Scout Law in your everyday
in a Scoutmaster conference.
your board of review.