grade (or graduated second grade)
In the story of Mowgli's Brothers, the young boy named Mowgli is brought
before the Wolf pack council for a decision on whether he may join the
pack. Akela the leader asks whether anyone will speak for the man cub.
Baloo the bear, who teaches the wolf cubs the law of the pack, says that
he will. As he grows older, Baloo teaches Mowgli the law of the pack and
the secret words that let him talk to the jungle animals.
If the Cub Scout has not previously earned the Bobcat Badge, it must be
A Cub Scout who has completed second grade (or is age 9) can become a
Bear Scout. To earn the Bear Badge, .a Cub Scout must complete 12 achievements
out of a possible 24 that are offered in the book. The achievements are
grouped in 4 major areas, GOD, COUNTRY, FAMILY, and SELF.
As the scout earns the Bear rank, he must complete 12 Achievements. These
achievements are divided into 116 tasks of which 80 selected tasks must
be completed. The achievements, as were the Wolf activities, are primarily
done at home and signed off by an adult family member after the boy has
completed each one. The book is then shown to the Den Leader who records
the progress and also signs the boy's book.