10th Birthday Photo Scavenger Hunt
Make sure to read through all rules before registering for the hunt.
To enter the scavenger hunt or submit photos, please email email@example.com. If you already registered for the hunt via Caspio, you will not lose what you have already submitted, but I am out of data for the software and need to finish up old school. Sorry everyone!
The Frontier Girls 10th Birthday Scavenger Hunt is based off of GISHWHES (Greatest International Scavenger Hunt the World Has Ever Seen) that is run each year by Misha Collins to support the charity Random Acts (http://www.randomacts.org/).
About Random Acts
The mission of Random Acts is to conquer the world one random act of kindness at a time. Their goal is to inspire acts of kindness around the world both big and small. They provide a vast network of caring people with the encouragement and support they need to change lives for the better. It is their belief that:
- Every individual can be a catalyst for positive change in the world and in his/her own life.
- Everyone deserves to be treated with respect.
- Each person can make a positive impact within his/her social network and community.
- Kindness breeds kindness.
- Being kind is fun!
The Frontier Girls 10th Birthday Scavenger Hunt is a points based scavenger hunt. Completion of all challenges is not needed nor expected. The idea is to earn as many points as possible in the time allotted. Bonus points are assigned for items completed with creativity and amazing photography or stories so it is easier to earn more points by doing a few items really well then by completing all the items, but with poor results. Choose your challenges wisely. Both a winning troop and a winning Pioneer will be announced at the end of the event.
Submission Tip #1 – Quantity won’t win this contest alone. Make sure you take in-focus pictures. Make them beautiful, artistic, and excellent. Frontier Girls will award extra points for amazing photography and creativity.. The more beautiful and extraordinary the photo, the more bonus points we will assign to it.
Submission Tip #2 – Write a good description. Extra bonus points may be awarded for descriptions and stories that are cleverly written.
Submission Tip #3 – Composition counts. Pay attention to the backgrounds of your images. Beautiful photos tend to get awarded more bonus points.
Submission Tip #4 – Have Fun. If you are having fun, making or doing an item, odds are the results will be great. In other words, before tackling a challenge, figure out how to make the process fun. You will likely receive more points, the more fun you have.
Participate in a community service project relating to Discover Agriculture. Examples might include helping to weed a community garden, harvesting leftover fruit or veggies to donate to a local food bank or rescue mission, or planting mini herb gardens to donate to seniors on a budget.
Participate in a community service project relating to Discover Art. Examples might include painting a community mural or singing at an assisted living facility.
Participate in a community service project relating to Discover Character. Examples might include bringing treats to your local firemen or collecting stuffed animals to donate to a local children’s hospital.
Participate in a community service project relating to Discover Health and Safety. Examples might include making “I Care” kits with combs, toothbrushes, shampoo, etc. for the homeless or painting “No Dumping, Drains to River” signs near storm drains.
Participate in a community service project relating to Discover the Home. Examples might include cleaning house for a family in need or cooking dinner for a shut in.
Participate in a community service project relating to Discover Knowledge. Examples might include hosting a story time at your local library or raise money for braille books for visually impaired people.
Participate in a community service project relating to Discover the Outdoors. Examples might include participating in a beach, forest, or creek clean up day or planting trees, bushes or plants that support local wildlife.
Participate in a community service project relating to Discover Science and Technology. Examples might include helping to teach seniors how to use cell phones and computers or creating posters to educate people on water usage and encourage them to save water.
Participate in a community service project relating to Discover the World. Examples might include making thank you cards and care packages for our active soldiers overseas or raising money for a charity that helps others around the world such as Random Acts (http://www.randomacts.org/).
Participate in a formal flag ceremony.
Participate in a flag retirement ceremony.
Make a Frontier Girls themed snow sculpture or sand sculpture.
Visit a National Park and take a picture in front of either the park sign, or something unique in the park itself.
Find the coupon section from your most recent newspaper. Cut out at least five coupons. Go to the store and leave the coupons on the shelf taped next to the relevant items with a note “From the Coupon Fairy!”
Recreate a famous painting made out of nothing but candy.
Throw a tea party.
Wear your uniform to school.
Wear your uniform to the grocery store or local mall.
Draw the Frontier Girls logo in chalk on a sidewalk, driveway, or parking lot and take a photo from above of you and your troop surrounding it.
Upcycle an object found in your household that would have been thrown away or recycled. Be as creative as you can.
Dress up as cowgirls (while still wearing your uniform/t-shirt) and have a square dance!
Hold a manicure/pedicure party and create the craziest, wackiest designs on your nails that you can think of!
Design and create your own Frontier Girls T-shirts, than take a photo wearing them in front of an American Flag.
Demonstrate the proper way to fold the American Flag.
Learn how to say your name in sign language; introduce yourself to someone who is deaf.
Write and illustrate a story about your troop going on an adventure. Submit a picture of one of your illustrations with a caption from your story.
Create a complete Frontier Girls uniform for one of your dolls.
Demonstrate proper CPR.
Do some fun and crazy make-up in the FG colors - red, white & blue! Extra points for crazy hair to match!
Make an FG uniform for your pet.
Hold a fundraiser for your troop.
Meet up and spend a few hours with another troop or Pioneer. Send us a picture of you with your new friend(s).
Wear your uniform to a theme park.
Stand in two states at once!
Do something to be noticed and send us a picture of you in your local newspaper or on TV.
Show us how you celebrate Leader Appreciation Day (February 20). How did you pamper your troop leader and show her she is appreciated?
Do something special for a parent.
Make your silliest face. (Make sure it doesn’t freeze like that!)
Create shoes out of shoeboxes to honor the many “shoebox” style charities such as Operation Shoebox, Operation Christmas Child, Shoebox Ministry, and more. Then participate in helping the shoebox charity of your choice. Send us a picture of your best shoebox shoes!
Make bubbles… lots and lots of bubbles….
Visit a local landmark, either manmade or natural.
Create a forced perspective photo where something is disproportionately large, weird, unusual, or scary that you would not wish to be smaller than. Make yourself look tiny in comparison. (No photoshop allowed, the photo must be actual forced perspective.)
Take a picture of yourself conquering a fear.
Drones are just the first step in machines taking over the world. Let’s end this battle before it starts! Submit a photo of your mightiest battle pose as you square off against a flying drone. Make sure to dress for battle using anything you can find in your kitchen to create your armour and weaponry.
Draw the Frontier Girls logo on an M&M
Show us your rainbow teeth!
Celebrate a year’s worth of holidays at one party and decorate accordingly!
Create a Rube Goldberg machine.
Create a giant hug.
Clean a toilet.
Connect your freckles into a freckle “constellation.”
Create a real “Mr. Potato Head.”
Hug a uniformed Veteran.
Create the Frontier Girls logo out of nothing but flowers (real or silk).
Dress as dessert fairies and bring a treat to your local fire department or police station.
Create a grid collage of everyone in your troop. Have each person hold or wear something that says something unique about them.
Beauty is on the inside. Photoshop a revised version of your reflection in a mirror. Show us a photo of you standing in front of a mirror, but the reflection we see is what you look like on the inside. Interpret this however you like.
Write the preamble to the constitution in chalk on the sidewalk, a driveway, or a parking lot. Pose with your creation while holding a piece of chalk.
Create something usable with a 3D printer and show it in use.
Plant a tree.
Do the one thing that you think, if everyone did it, would change the world for the better overnight.
Show us your idea of love.
Submit an image of you next to an active service member, with you holding up a sign with a positive message or a message of kindness or gratitude to them and soldiers worldwide.
How do you do it? Everyone on your team has such beautiful mustaches! Do you have some sort of hair growth cream you slather on or pills you all take? Let’s see a grid photo of everyone on your team that features your mustaches prominently.
Create a pizza that looks like the Frontier Girls logo.
You’ve just received an invitation to the annual Color Me Pretty Construction Paper Gala. Design and wear an elegant gown consisting of only construction paper.
Find out what your leader wanted to be when they were a kid. Make it happen.
Construct an iconic building or other man-made structure over 2 feet high out of sugar cubes.
Submit an image of you on a boat. The more unusual the boat, the more points you will receive!
Become a giant snow-globe!
Using food found in your refrigerator or pantry, recreate a national landmark.
Clearly your bicycle is underwhelming you with its current performance. Convert your bicycle into a warp-speed spacecraft. Ride it.
Hold a Rain-gutter Regatta.
Create a hat to represent what you want to be when you grow up. Extra points for each member of your troop in the picture.
Make a mosaic of the Frontier Girls logo or one of the Frontier Girls animal levels.
Create a piece of furniture that hasn’t been created yet but would be very useful. Demonstrate its use.
Build a fairy house and take a picture with it while dressed as a fairy.
If Frontier Girls were a rock band, design what our album cover would look like.
Paint a Frontier Girls themed Picasso style painting.
Play a musical instrument.
Make a mega giant ice cream sundae to share with your whole troop.
Spell out Frontier Girls using only objects found in nature.
Dress like a pirate! Extra points if you are on a pirate ship or have a live parrot!
Create a town out of match boxes.
Let’s see your interpretation of “helium pants.”
Have your troop collect litter from a beach or park. Then make a sculpture or sculptures from the trash you collect. This must be two images edited into one with the images side by side: one showing you collecting the trash, and the other showing your final creation (with the troop posed behind it.)
(Four photos joined into a single digital image). Shoot a real life comic book page. In other words, shoot 4 photographs of something that looks like it would be in a comic book or graphic novel and arrange the photos like panels onto one page. This must be an original story with original characters and it must be staged, not photoshopped. You have to figure out how to make the thought or dialogue bubbles and lettering during the shoot, they may not be photoshopped in.
Leaders/Owls - There was something you always wanted to do as a child but never did. Do it.
Create a design for a Frontier Girls flag.
Knit or crochet a scarf that is at least 12 feet long and is being worn by 3 people at one time.
Hold a first aid demonstration complete with “injured” person.
Cosplay a thunderstorm.
Throw a luau, complete with patriotic hula outfits.
Cut your hair and donate it to the hair charity of your choice. (Make sure to read all instructions from the charity first to make sure your hair qualifies.)
Visit Frontier Girls headquarters in Redding, CA and take a photo of you making a badge.
Participate in a community service project with kids from other scouting organizations such as Boy Scouts, Girl Scouts, Trail Life, American Heritage Girls, 4H, etc. Everyone in the picture must be in uniform. The more different types of scouts represented, the more points you will receive.
Cosplay Albert Einstein.
Show your skills on a stove and cook up something delicious for your family or troop. Your picture should show you cooking, not the finished meal.
Demonstrate how to tie a square knot.
Participate in the Frontier Girls March 4th holiday and send us a picture with the SWAPs you made or received.
Choose your favorite craft project and send us a collage picture that shows step by step instructions on how to make it.
Take a picture of you celebrating Frontier Girls 10th birthday on January 19.
Create a human pyramid. Everyone in the pyramid must be in uniform.
Crochet, cross stitch, embroider, or knit the FG logo.
Bake and decorate FG cupcakes or a cake with our motto or logo
Take a photo of the leaders in your troop with their arms around each other.
Take a photo of all the girls in your troop hugging your leader.
Take a picture that expresses your idea of friendship. (Troops must include at least 2 girls, but the whole troop does not need to participate)
Make a poster with your troop number and hold it up with all members of your troop gathered around!