Motto, Promise, Creed Book by Kelley Klor Kelley Klor designed a wonderful printable book that gives our young members an opportunity to work through learning the Frontier Girls promise, creed and motto or the Quest code of conduct, as well
Creed/Code of Conduct Flip Book by Leanne Scholle, leader of Troop #172 in Baltimore, MD Have your members make simple picture flip books to help them learn the meaning of the parts of the Frontier Girls Creed or the
by Elizabeth Vicoryosmanson This project can be used for the T-Shirt Badge! My mom and I found a pile of 3XL turtlenecks on clearance at Wal-Mart for a dollar a piece, so I bought four to use for crafting. I
April is designated as the Month of the Military Child; a time to honor the sacrifices made by military families worldwide, with an emphasis on the experience of the dependent children of military members serving at home and overseas. Month
This a visual exercise to help kids see the lasting harm of bullying. Supplies needed: Paper Doll Tape Create a paper doll of your choice. Give your doll a name and introduce her to your group. First say something nice about
The project below was put together by “Izzy” one of our junior high members back in 2012. While it was designed for her Frontier Girls troop, it can be easily adapted for a Quest Club.