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Citizen Requirements

Webelos Citizen Requirements 6, 7, 9, 14

What is the Name of our National Anthem? "The Star-Spangled Banner"
What war was "The Star-Spangled Banner" written during? The war of 1812.
What two countries were fighting the War of 1812? England and United State fought in this war.
When was "The Star-Spangled Banner" written? September 1814.
Who wrote "The Star-Spangled Banner"? Francis Scott Key wrote it.
Who was Francis Scott Key? He was an American Lawyer and poet.
Why did Francis Scott Key write the "The Star-Spangled Banner"? He was watching the battle at Fort McHenry, and "The Star-Spangled Banner" describes what he saw.
Who won this battle? The United States.
Right or Duty? Worship Where you live. Example of a right.
Right or Duty? Say what you think. Example of a right.
Right or Duty? Join others at a peaceful meeting. Example of a right.
Right or Duty? Own property and choose where to live. Example of a right.
Right or Duty? Vote. Example of a duty and a right.
Right or Duty? Have trial by jury. Example of a right.
Right or Duty? Keep people from searching your home without a warrant issued by a judge. Example of a right.
Right or Duty? Go to a good school. Example of a right.
We have a _____________ to use our rights in ways that do not harm other people. Responsibility
Right or Duty? Obey laws. Example of a duty.
Right or Duty? Respect the rights and property of others. Example of a duty.
Right or Duty? Help the police. Example of a duty.
Right or Duty? Keep informed on what is going on around you. Example of a duty.
Right or Duty? Help change things that are not good. Example of a duty.
Right or Duty? Pay taxes. Example of a duty.
Right or Duty? Serve on a jury when asked. Example of a duty.
Right or Duty? Serve in the millitary if you are drafted. Example of a duty.
You can save America's natural resources by _________ trees. Planting.
True or False? You should throw trash in the streams or lakes. False
True or False? Taking a short shower uses more water than a bath False
True or False? We have the duty to conserve water at home. True
True or False? Keeping our community clean is a duty that we all have. True
True or False? When in the outdoors we should practive Leave No Trace and follow the Outdoor Code. True
Name a part of the Outdoor Code. Be clean in my outdoor manners, be careful with fire, be considerate in the outdoors, or be consertvation minded.
Name a part of Leave No Trace. Plan ahead, Stick to trails, Manage your pet, Leave what you find, Respect other visitors, or Trash your Trash.
Where does citizen ship start at? It starts in the home.
A good citizen ______ the law. Obeys
A good citizen ______ the rights of others. respects
A good citizen always tries to be _____. Fair
A good citizen always tries to ______ other people. Help
You can help the police by doing what to your house? Securing it against burglars.
You should do this when you get out of the car. Lock the doors and roll up the windows.
You should do this to your bike when NOT riding it? Use a bike lock or store it inside.
If you notice something suspicious, you should ______ it to the police. Report
What would happen if we didn have laws? People would do what ever they wanted.
Laws help us to have an ______ society. Orderly
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