Earth Day 2017 Project Ideas

Earth Day 2017 Project Ideas

We wanted to inspire some of our troops and Pioneers to be active in their community this Earth Day 2017. Here is a list of a few ideas and projects to encourage you to go out and make our world a cleaner, brighter place this April 22nd!   Make Birdhouses Photo courtesy of Troop 210 Birdhouses provide a safe place for birds to build their nests and provide for their young. They are a source of warmth in the winter and a place of safety during migration season. Spend this coming Earth Day building and placing birdhouses around your community,

Easter Bunny Treat Cups

Easter Bunny Treat Cups

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

Super Troop Award

Super Troop Award

Super Troop Award   Are your girls getting the most out of the Frontier Girls program?  The Super Troop Award was designed to help troop leaders and parents make sure that their girls are participating in all elements of the Frontier Girls program. Earning this award with your troop means that you have a well rounded and active troop. To earn the Super Troop award, troops must complete all of the requirements below.  There is a form on the Frontier Girls website under “Awards” that must be submitted each year the Super Troop Award is earned, but only has to

Frontier Girl Meeting Plans

Frontier Girl Meeting Plans

Frontier Girls Meeting Plans Even the best Frontier Girl leader sometimes needs a little help when it comes to planning meetings.  Whether you are a new leader just getting started, or an experienced leader whose life has just gone a little haywire, if you need a quick meeting plan already set up and ready to go, we have just what you need.  Thanks to Katie Lundquist, leader of Troop #159, we already have several meeting plans posted in the leader section of the Frontier Girls website and we plan to add more as often as we can.  If you have

Leaf Animal Craft

Leaf Animal Craft

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!

Thankfulness Badge Meeting Plan

Thankfulness Badge Meeting Plan

You can find the Thankfulness badge here.   Opening Activity Make a “Thankful Tree.” Cut Thanksgiving leaf shapes or hand-prints out of colored construction paper. Draw a tree trunk and branches on a piece of cardboard. Ask each girl to name things for which they are thankful and write them on each leaf. Glue the leaves. You can pin the Thanksgiving tree to a bulletin board, or butcher paper, and hang it up. (15 min) (optional requirement #13)   Flag Ceremony Present the colors, Pledge and Promise. (5 mins)   Circle Time What is thankfulness? Read a short biography or

Pumpkin Badge Meeting Plan

Pumpkin Badge Meeting Plan

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

Frontier Girls is Invited to the Ballet!

Frontier Girls is Invited to the Ballet!

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 bobbie@nutcracker.com. 2016 PERFORMANCE MARKETS AND

2016 Frontier Girls Scholarship Award Winners

2016 Frontier Girls Scholarship Award Winners

2016 Scholarship Winners by Kerry Cordy Every year Frontier Girls offers three continuing education scholarships to girls ages 16-22.  To qualify, the girls need to have earned either the Eagle/Owl WOW! Award, Diamond/Grey Diamond Award, or both the WOW! and Gem award.  Very few girls have ever accomplished this feat, but this year we had more entries then ever before.  I am so impressed with the hard work these girls put in and the impact that they have made on their communities and troops.  We take a lot of different things into consideration when deciding who to award the scholarships

Fruit of the Spirit- Badge #3: Peace

Ideas submitted by Emily Granger   The character trait of peace involves understanding others opinions and beliefs, resolving conflict quickly and fairly, and being content within your own life.  Below are some ideas for completing the Peace badge.   1.  Everyone gets into arguments sometimes, but a peaceful person should not lose their temper and should help to resolve arguments as quickly and fairly as possible. Discuss these steps with your troop on how to resolve an argument: Identify the problem. Look at it objectively. What did YOU do to contribute to the conflict? Team up to find a solution