Under the program revitalization effort of the Canadian Path, this article is no longer be applicable to the current program.
It remains here for reference purposes only.
For information on items replacing this topic, see Cub Scouts Arts.
Cubs develop basic knowledge and skills to help them create practical items from simple materials. 
Do any four of the following:
- Make a toy from recycled odds and ends.
- Make a toy of some reasonable size, such as a boat, model locomotive, Kub Kar, airplane, animal, etc.
- Make a project such as a farmyard, village, Noah's Ark with animals, Jungle Book scene, cottage with furniture, railroad station, etc.
- Repair two toys. Show them to one of your leaders before and after you work on them.
- Make two useful or decorative articles from wool, leather, string or other suitable material.
- Build a model kit that takes time and effort to complete.
- Make a puppet or marionette.
- Make and fly a kite.
- Part 1: Tawny Star A2
- Part 5: Tawny Star A2
- Part 6: Tawny Star A4 or Tawny Star A5
- Part 7: Tawny Star A2
- Part 8: Tawny Star A5, Artist Badge 8
- The Cub Book page 137 Helicopter
- The Cub Book pages 138-139 A Paddle Boat
- The Cub Book pages 140-141 An Easy Kite
- Taken from MEASURING SUCCESS - THE SCOUTING WAY