This is a marine-mammals themed scavenger hunt game intended for Primary school, and played other.
I created this game as a fun icebreaker for a new Daisy and Brownie troop.. It is totally free to download, enjoy
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Find the Girl Scout promise and say it out loud.
March 12, 1912 was the 1st Girl Scout meeting. Find a calendar and shout "Thank you, Juliette" because you are happy you are here.
Juliette's nickname was Daisy. Go hug a Girl Scout Daisy and write her name here:_______________
In Girl Scouts, we are very involved in making our world a better place. Find the Kaper Chart and write who is helping to clean here: ____________
Find something green in honor of Girl Scouts.
Juliette wanted girls to get involved in more physical activities. Run around the room 1 time and do 5 jumping jacks.
Juliette loved animals. Find a picture of an animal, cut it out, and glue it to the back of your paper.
Girl Scouts have a flag ceremony. Find a flag in the room and say the Pledge of Allegiance.
Juliette was nearly deaf but that didn't stop her from succeeding. Cover your ears to experience how she lived every day.
Camping and hiking are some of the activities that Girl Scouts do. Can you find a camp on your Daisy or Brownie map?
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