Scout Manual for the Visually Impaired


Scouting -The Ultimate Adventure

The Adventure Begins
Page 1

Your Patrol and Troop
Page 16

Climbing to New Heights
Tenderfoot Scout
Page 29

Second Class Scout
Page 62

First Class Scout
Page 110

Star, Life and Eagle Scout
Page 166

Merit Badges
Page 184

Scouting 's Skills - Ready for the Great Outdoors

Page 196

Page 216

Page 246

Scout Service: Doing Your Part

First Aid
Page 286

Page 330

Personal Development - Prepared for Life

Making the Most of Yourself
Page 352

Getting Along with Others
Page 366

Physically Strong
Page 382

Adventure and Opportunity

Outdoor Adventures
Page 400

Awards and Recognitions
Page 408

Opportunities for Older Scouts
Page 418

History of the Boy Scouts of America

History of the BSA
Page 430

NOTE: Alternate requirements for the Second Class rank are availabel for Scouts with physical or mental disabilities if they meet the criterial listed in the Boy Scout Requirments book, No. 33215.

As you complete each requirement, ask your Scoutmaster or someone designated by your Scoutmaster to initial his or her approval.