Published six times a year, Scouting magazine offers information, instruction, and inspiration for leaders in Scouting. But more than that, Scouting is a family magazine.
Many parents of Scouts find Scouting magazine to be a valuable resource. It helps them keep up with developments in Scouting, and the magazine provides a wealth of information about parenting and working with youth. The “Family Talk” column offers parents advice on effective ways to help their children stay healthy, handle their schoolwork, overcome shyness, discover hidden talents, and cope with tragedy. The “Family Together” articles are inspirational profiles of families who work, play, live, and grow together.
At the Scouting magazine Web site—www.scoutingmagazine.org—you can access the full content of issues dating to September 1998, plus selected articles from even earlier editions, in a format that can be easily searched and scanned. The site also has additional online resources that complement the magazine.