Category Archives: Art Belt Loop

2016-01-25 Scout Crafts “Bendaroos”

Today our pre-tiger scouts got to experience new crafts skill with Bendaroos. These scouts used their imaginations and crafts skill to make something out of Bendaroos. They sure did had a lot of fun with it.



April 04-06, 2014 : Cub Scout Rocket Camp

We all had a ton of fun. I think the parent were the one that needed the nap instead of the kids.

We saw all the rocket launch: it was AWESOME!!
– Sebastian: “That Guy”
– Micheal: “Hot Rod”
– Nathan: “Lighting Bulb”
– John: “Silver Bullet”
– Hailey: “Polka”
– Prince :
– Duke :

All the scouts had accomplished all their activities. Some of the activities they had done and earned towards their arrows, belt loop & pin, their scout book requirement.

– Camping (Leave no Trace behind)
– Toss
– Sling Shots
– Archery
– BB gun shooting
– UFO decorating : ART
– Key Chain making
– Moon walking
– rock climbing
– Bouncer
– water rocket
– Airplane gilding
& others.

AND also AMAZING so proud of those scout that did a skit in front of 600+ people. Thank you Mrs. Klee for writing, coordination and directing them.


Dinner Time!! 


Our audiences “campfire” gathering for our performers

& This is how we end the night…. DESSERT!!

Earning Art Belt Loop

It was very eventful night at the Scout Mansion. Eight boys had participated to earn their Art Belt Loop.

On June 24th I had schedule an art teacher/illustrator to come in to scout mansion from 7pm-8pm. A very special thanks to Alvina Kwong. She had illustrated for couple of children books. A very talented young women that is willing to come in from Chino Hill to teach the scouts about some art. Scouts are allow to be on hands with pencil, color pencil and learn how to do basic drawing and cartoons.

Please check out some of her work she had done previously and a little about her.

Here is the list that I have that the boys had completed their requirements for the Art Belt Loop

  1. Make a list of common Materials used to create visual art compositions
  2. Demonstrated how six of the following elements of design are used in drawing: Lines, circles, dots, shapes, colors, patterns, textures, space, balance, or perspective
  3. Identify the three primary colors and the three secondary colors that can be made by mixing them

Awesome Job Boys! High Five!!!


Now on the way to work on the art pin in the near future.