Language Strip

While Cubs usually earn this award through school work or knowing a second language, you may want to plan an evening where Cubs have an opportunity to listen to and learn a few words from a new language.


  • Demonstrate that you can communicate in a second language with others in and around your community.

You wear the Language Strip on the sash. There are Language Strips available for many languages, including sign language and braille. Ask one of your leaders about them.

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