POCKET KNIFE PLEDGE EBOOK

PACK Safe Knife Pledge. In return for the privilege of carrying a pocketknife to designated Cub Scout functions, I agree to the following: I will treat my. Contents. [hide]. 1 Age-Appropriate Guidelines; 2 Pocketknife Pledge; 3 Pocketknife rules. Things To Remember; Sharpening a knife. Pocketknife Pledge would be really cute to print this and attach it to the pocketknife. Tiger Cub .. Use Legos to help Cub Scouts learn the Scout Oath and Law!


POCKET KNIFE PLEDGE EBOOK

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POCKET KNIFE PLEDGE EBOOK


I will use my pocketknife in a safe manner at all times.

Pocketknife Pledge – The Idea Door

Never use a knife on something that will dull or break it. Be Careful that you do not cut yourself or any person nearby.

POCKET KNIFE PLEDGE EBOOK

Never pocket knife pledge a knife to strip the bark from a tree. Do not carve your initials into anything that does not belong to you. Be Careful that you do not cut yourself or any person nearby.

Whittling Chip Award

Never use a knife to strip the bark from a tree. Do not carve pocket knife pledge initials into anything that does not belong to you. A knife is a tool, not a toy Know how to sharpen a knife. A sharp knife is safer than a dull knife because it is less likely to slip and cut you.

I promise never to throw my pocketknife pocket knife pledge any reason. I will use my pocketknife in a safe manner at all times.

Whittling Chip

Never use a knife on something that will dull or break it. Be Careful that you do not cut yourself or any person nearby.

POCKET KNIFE PLEDGE EBOOK

Never use a knife to strip the bark from a tree. Read, understand and promise to abide by the "Knives Are Not Toys" guidelines. Pocket knife pledge, understand and promise to abide by the "Pocketknife Pledge.

Pocket knife pledge return for the privilege of carrying a pocketknife to designated Cub Scout functions, I agree to the following: I will treat my pocketknife with the respect due a useful tool.

I will always close my pocketknife and put it away when not in use. Keep it off the ground. Moisture and dirt will ruin it.

Whittling Chip Award

Keep it out of fire. The heat draws the temper of the steel. The edge of the blade becomes soft and useless.

Opening and closing your pocketknife: To open pocket knife pledge pocketknife, hold in left hand, put right thumbnail into nail slot.

Pull blade out while pushing against hinge with little finger of left hand.

POCKET KNIFE PLEDGE EBOOK