The March 2010 Cub Scout Monthly Theme is “Take Flight”.
Here is the official BSA theme description:
“The Wright Brothers had a lot of courage to accomplish their dream to fly. Air has power to push and pull objects so that they can fly. This month learn all about air, what it consists of, and why it is needed to fly. Learn about gravity.
Make your own flying machines as you hear about the Wright Brothers and their invention. Explore different types of paper airplanes. Figure out which ones fly farther, higher, faster, longer, and why? Hold a pack-wide paper plane derby fun night!
How many things can you name that can fly? Study birds and their flyways. Why do some fly in a V formation?
Take flight outdoors with a den or pack kite derby this month and enjoy that air! Take a field trip to the airport, hobby shop, or a science museum. Earn the Science belt loop and pin.” [Bold added]