This is a brain-science themed scavenger hunt game intended for Primary school, and played Around school.
I created this for my Junior Girl Scouts to help earn their Detective Badge. It is totally free to download, enjoy
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March 12th was the first meeting that Girls Scouts had. Find a Calendar with that date on it!
Find the grades you have to be in to be a Junior Girl Scout and write them down.
Juliette wanted all girls to be active! Do 5 jumping jacks while reciting the Girl Scout promise!
Juliette loved animals. Find a picture of an animal and write down what it is.
Girl Scouts have flag ceremonies for many reasons. Find a flag and say the Pledge of Allegiance!
The Girl Scout Law says to be a sister to every Girl Scout. Go and hug a sister Girl Scout.
Juliette Low was nearly deaf, but she still succeeded! Cover your ears to experience being deaf.
Girl Scouts use a Friendship Circle. Find something in the shape of a circle and write down what it is!
Find something the same color as the color uniform that Juniors wear. Then write it down.
When Juniors bridge, they get a rainbow patch. Find all 7 colors of the rainbow and write them down.
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