Craig: What did the math book say to the other math book? Joey: I don’t know. Craig: “I’ve got problems.”
I want to buy a camp saw that will really last. Something that can take a beating. It doesn’t need to be lightweight for packing since we usually drive to our campsites. Any suggestions?
Hawkeye: Knock, knock. Bernie: Who’s there? Hawkeye: Amos. Bernie: Amos, who? Hawkeye: A mosquito!
Ankush: What has hands but can’t clap? Willy: What? Ankush: A clock.
A book never written: “Keyboarding 101” by Ty Po.
Believe it or not, there were ways to communicate before Facebook and text messages. The brand-new Signs, Signals and Codes merit badge covers most of them.
John: Where do you go to learn more about spiders? Chris: Where? John: Their website!
Think you know St. Patrick's Day/Ireland? May the luck of the Irish be with you.
The Signs, Signals and Codes merit badge covers a number of the nonverbal ways we communicate: emergency signaling, Morse code, American Sign Language, braille, trail signs, sports officiating hand signals, traffic signs, secret codes and more.
Step-by-step instructions to build DIY wooden blinds that look great.
“I (saw) some smoke and I said that's not good,” Jared told the local paper. Have no fear; the Boy Scouts are here.
Justin: Why did the football coach go to the bank? Allen: Why? Justin: To get his quarterback!
When it comes to surviving in the wild, there's only so much you can learn from books and the classroom.
Tom: How do you spell candy with only two letters? Joe: I don’t know. Tom: C and Y!
The powerful, puffy, pink ball of cuteness returns with a brand new game that is as unusual as it is compelling.
Valuable tent buying tips, plus a look at a few of his favorite new tents.
These extreme races test human endurance, strength, courage and skill.
These two Webelos Scouts earned a BSA life-saving award for staying calm in the face of adversity.
A book never written: “What’s For Lunch?” by Mack A. Roni.
Gerik: Why do you have to be careful when it rains cats and dogs? Derek: I don’t know. Gerik: So you don’t step in a poodle!
Freddy: How does a planet clean itself? Bobby: How? Freddy: It takes a meteor shower!
A book never written: “Storing Foods” by Justin Case.
A look at what you'll find inside the March 2015 issue of Boys' Life magazine.
Here's a list of a few extinct animals, endangered species and some that might still make it back from the brink.
Check out the 2014 Boys' Life Summer Fun Photo Contest winners.
Theo: What do you do with a dead fruit? Richard: What? Theo: Berry it.
Videos of some of the sled dogs that make up Matt Failor's team, and take a tour of his sled.
Test your basketball skills against Pee Wee and the rest of the BL gang in Pee Wee's Basketball Madness.
Daffynition: Intense — Where Boy Scouts sleep.