The Frontier Girls Creed outlines the basic code of conduct we expect from our members. The creed is not just one more thing to memorize or a base for yet another craft project or song. Character traits listed in the creed can be applied to everything a troop does, so when teaching the creed don’t just have the girls say it, teach them to live it with every badge or activity planned. Below is a perfect example of how to apply each portion of the creed to a specific activity. Sylvia Duke, leader of troop #109, has been working on
by Kerry Cordy Every meeting of Frontier Girls Troop #101 starts in song. Why? Music is a huge part of our culture. It expresses emotion, sets mood, engages people and allows them to interact with others. Singing with your girls can set the tone for your whole meeting. Singing silly, active songs at the beginning of a meeting helps get the wiggles out, starts the girls off with laughter and giggles, and at the same time provides a cohesive activity that everyone can be involved in. Transitioning to quieter songs helps get everyone calmed down and ready to pay attention
Easter Bunny Treat Cups These fun and easy DIY Easter Bunny cups are a perfect craft or gift idea for this Spring! They only take about 5 minutes to make and are great for carrying treats for Easter egg hunting, pencils or pens, small trinkets or toys, and so much more! Supplies you will need: Black Sharpie or Marker Pink Sharpie or Marker White paper cups White paper Simply draw a rabbit face on your white paper cup with the black and pink markers. Trace the shape of a rabbits ear onto your piece of paper, then cut two
Idea provided by Troop 352 of Summit, MS Looking for a fun service project to create and deliver to your local police station? This is a wonderful and creative idea that is easy to do and is bound to put a smile on the faces of your local policemen. See how to do it below! Lifesavers To remind you of the many times you have been one. Smarties To give you wisdom for the split second decisions you make. Tootsie Roll To help you roll with the punches. Peppermint Patties to help you keep
This is a cute, fun craft to do during Autumn when leaves are falling to the ground to be collected and turned into art! We have a few adorable examples of some animals you can create with all different kinds of leaves. There are really no limits to what you can create. We collected big leaves, small leaves, red, green, yellow, you name it! We decided to make a turtle and a wolf. The materials we used were: Lots of colorful leaves! Elmers glue or glue sticks Scissors Construction paper Goggly eyes Markers Anything you can think of!
Pumpkin Badge Meeting Plan by Sara Rauta You can find the Pumpkin Badge here. Opening Activity Color pictures of pumpkins or draw your own pumpkins until everyone arrives. (10 mins) Flag Ceremony Present the colors, Pledge and Promise. (5 mins) Circle Time Learn a pumpkin song, such as the one below. (optional requirement 8) Play a pumpkin game, such as the one below. (5-10 mins) Craft Time Make paper pumpkins! We have included step-by-step instructions below. (optional requirement 7) (20 mins) Make Pumpkin Lapbooks. As they
Moscow Ballet invites Frontier Girls from all over the USA to many performances of its magical Great Russian Nutcracker. These shows feature beautiful, professional dancers and stunning backdrops and costumes. Attend one of these shows and deepen your appreciation for dance, art, and athleticism. Groups of 25 or more are invited to meet a ballerina!! Gather fellow Frontier Girls, friends, and family to get the best prices on great seats today! Call the official Group Sales Department at Moscow Ballet to place an order for your troop with exclusive discounts: 1-800-320-1733 or email Bobbie at firstname.lastname@example.org. 2016 PERFORMANCE MARKETS AND