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    This correlation is a publication of the                 Through volunteer and staff time and effort, the N, C,
N,C, Wildlife Resources Commission and a       {~        Vvildlife Resources Commission and Pines of Carolina Girl
part of the N,c' WILD environmental educa-      NOTtb_   Scout Council have worked together to produce this correla-
tion program, Girl Scout leaders, volunteers             tion, It is offered as a resource for Girl Scout leaders in North
and staff are invited to attend N,c' WILD
workshops and to utilize other program
                                               CWlrD     Carolina and across the country who are using the Project
                                                         WILD and Aquatic WILD activities to enhance the Girl
resource materials,                                      Scout program,

   For more information on N,c' WILD                         We appreciate all who assisted with the preparation and
and the other environmental education pro-               field testing of this correlation including the following:
grams of the Commission contact:
                                                         Pines of Carolina Girl Scout Council
   N,c' Wildlife Resources Commission                       (volunteers and
   Division of Conservation Education                       Correlation Committee
   512 N           Street                                      Rachel 1J0t·~p~CAn


   N,c, WILD is North Carolina's                                Melissa Boles
                           international
                              out-of-state
                    nt(crnatlon:al program
contact:
                                                                        Knowlton
          WILD                                               Cadette and Senior Girl Scout Sub-committee:
        Grosvenor Lane                                         Barbara Goldman
   Bethesda, Maryland 20814                                    Mary Beth Hall
                                                                    Simmons
                                                                        Snyder
                                                               Andrea Thomas
                                                             Council Staff
                                                               Rachelle Deats, Director of Adult
                                                                     Eatmon, Director of Communications
                                                                                           Artist


                                                         N.C. Wildlife Resources LCjm!mll§§l,)n,
                                                         Division of Conservation Educati.on
                                                            A                 Division Chief
                                                                            Youth Activities



                                                                not an official




EEO Officer
N, C.Wildlife Resources Commission
512 No          Street
C ONTENTS
    North Carolina WILD -
Girl Scout Recognitions
The following correlation is designed to assist Girl Scout Leaders when implementing N.C.
WILD, including Project WILD and Aquatic WILD, activities with their Girl Scouts. Activities
are listed for Daisy, Brownie, Junior, Cadette and Senior Girl Scout recognitions. An "Indoor!
Outdoor Activities List," an "Activity Description and Materials List" and a WILD Activity/Girl
Scout Cross-Reference are included to help you find the WILD activity appropriate for your needs.
In addition, Project WILD and Aquatic WILD activities were used to create Pines of Carolina
Girl Scout Council recognitions for each program level. A leader using Project WILD or Aquatic
WILD activities with a troop or group should choose activities appropriate to the ages, abilities and
interests of the girls.


Introduction . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4
                                                                                 •   North Carolina Zoo Badge ...................... 28

Daisy Girl Scout· . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ·5         Indoor/Outdoor Activity List . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 29
   Scrapbook Activities                                                                 Project WILD Indoor Activities
                                                                                        Aquatic WILD Indoor Activities
Brownie Girl Scout· . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6             Project WILD Outdoor Activities
   Try-Its                                                                              Aquatic WILD Outdoor Activities

Junior Girl Scout· . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9         WILD Activity Description and Materials List ....... ·31
   Badges and Signs                                                                    Project WILD Elementary, Secondary,
                                                                                          and Combination Guides
Cadette and Senior Girl Scout· ...•............... 19                                  Aquatic WILD Guide
   Interest Projects
                                                                                     WILD Activity/Girl Scout Cross Reference· ......... 44
Girl Scout Contemporary Issues· . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23                   Daisy Girl Scout
   Earth Matters                                                                       Brownie Girl Scout
   Developing Health and Fitness                                                       Junior Girl Scout
   Into the World of!oday and Tomorrow                                                 Cadette and Senior Girl Scout

Cadette and Senior Girl Scout Recognitions· ......... 27                             Our Own Council's N.C. WILD Recognitions· ...... ·59
                                                                                       Trained Adult Patch
Girl Scout Silver and Gold Awards ................ 27                                  Participation Patch
                                                                                       Try-It
Be Your Best Service Project . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 28                Badge
                                                                                       Interest Project Patch

                                                                                     N.C. WILD and Girl Scout Events· ............•. ·65
                                                                                     Camporees, Day Events, Service Projects and Training
                                                                                        Getting Started
                                                                                        Pines of Carolina Girl Scout Council
                                                                                        N.C. WILD Workshop
                                                                                        Organizing the Event
                                                                                        Day of the Event
                                                                                        LEADEREE
                                                                                       Junior Girl Scout Camporee
                                                                                        Multi-Age Day Event
                                                                                        Continued Integration ofN.C. WILD
    North Carolina WILD (N.C. WILD) is one of the envi-
ronmental education programs provided by the North Carolina
Wildlife Resources Commission's Division of Conservation
Education. At the heart of N.C. WILD is the award-winning
international Project WILD program. Girl Scout adults can
receive training and materials- that show them how to utilize
fun, hands-on Project WILD and Aquatic WILD activities to
help Girl Scouts of all ages appreciate our shared environment
and the interconnected nature of its systems. The North
Carolina WILD program promotes awareness, decision-mak-
ing and action. Together with Project             N.C. WILD is
ideal for Girl Scout                  and events,


increases the
one's natural environment.
    Excitement and success will be created as N.C. WILD-
                                  !-,UUH"a'.lV',l, both the correla-

tion and the described
program.
     Girl           strengthens solid commitments to
the conservation of natural resources and to help
citizens for tomorrow. The Girl Scout program OlHWlrlr~Q
and healthy living as well as          attitudes for    girl, her
family, her friends and her community. By learning more about
the environment and its natural resources, we are better able to
ensure that       are used        and conserved for the future.
   It is with hope for tomorrow's future that Girl Scouts of all
    will be motivated to continue                 their concern
   their world          the creative and educational use of the
N.C. WILD program.
D AISY GIRL SCOUT
  Scrapbook Activities
The North Carolina WILD program activities can be used in conjunction with many of the activi-
ties in My Daisy Girl Scout Activity Scrapbook (1993 edition). The following chart correlates scrap-
book activities with suggested Project WILD and Aquatic WILD activities. Please refer to the
"WILD Activity Description and Materials List" in this booklet for a short description, approxi-
mate grade and necessary materials for each activity. Remember that any WILD activity may be
modified as needed to meet the ages, abilities and interests of Daisy Girl Scouts .


Scrapbook Activity page #        Project WILD Activity             •   Scrapbook Activity page #       Project WILD Activity

And My Country         p.4       CanDo!                                Painting              p.43      Color Crazy
                                 E thi -Thinking
                                                                                                       Aquatic WILD Activity:
This Is Howl           p.5       Everybody Needs A Home                                                Water Plant Art
   Help People                   Too Close For Comfort
                                                                       Ways I Fix Things     p. 45     Ethi-Thinking
Animals I Like         p.22      And The W olfWore Shoes                                               Playing Lightly On The Earth
                                 First Impressions
                                 Make A Coat!                          Shapes On A Nature p.46         Wildlife Is Everywhere
                                 Saturday Morning Wildlife                Walk
                                    . Watching                                                         Aquatic WILD Activities:
                                 Thicket Game, The                                                     Fashion A Fish
                                 What Bear Goes Where?                                                 Water Plant Art
                                 What's Wild?
                                 Wildlife Is Everywhere                Designs In Nature     p.47      Learning To Look, Looking
                                                                                                          To See
                                 Aquatic WILD Activities:                                              What Bear Goes Where?
                                 Are You Me?                                                           Wildlife Is Everywhere
                                 Fashion A Fish
                                                                                                       Aquatic WILD Activity:
Food                   p.24      Aquatic WILD Activity:                                                Water Plant Art
                                 Water We Eating?
                                                                       Colors In Nature      p.48      Color Crazy
My Numbers             p.26      Classroom Carrying Capacity                                           Surprise Terrarium
                                                                                                       Wildlife Is Everywhere
Grow Up                p.29      Wildwork
                                                                                                       Aquatic WILD Activities:
People in My           p.31      Everybody Needs A Home                                                Fashion A Fish
   Community                     Too Close For Comfort                                                 Water Plant Art

Play Dough             p.32      Aquatic WILD Activity:                Plants I Grow         p.49      Forest In AJar
                                 Water Plant Art                                                       Seed Need

Things I See           p.33      Learning To Look, Looking             Can You Make A      p. 53       Everybody Needs A Home
     Around Me                       To See                               Picture From This?
                                 Seeing Is Believing
                                 Surprise Terrarium                    Rainbow-Bridging      p.58      Color Crazy

Things I Taste         p.37      Aquatic WILD Activity:                Make A Puzzle         p.59      Color Crazy
                                 Water We Eating?                                                      Seeing Is Believing
                                                                                                       What Bear Goes Where?
Things I Count         p.40      Classroom Carrying Capacity
                                 Thicket Game, The                     Make A Dog            p.61      Color Crazy

Field Trip             p.41      Learning To Look, Looking
                                    To See
                                 Wildlife Is Everywhere
      ROWNIE
      Try-Its
The North Carolina WILD program activities can be used in meeting many requirements for
Brownie Girl Scout Try-Its found in the Brownie Girl Scout Handbook                       The
chart correlates Try-Its with suggested Project WILD and Aquatic WILD activities     0            are
listed by Worlds OfInterest in the left columno An example of a correlated               is illustrated
beside each appropriate world of interesto Suggested WILD activities appear to the righto Please
refer to the "WILD Activity Description and Materials List" in this booklet for a short description,
approximate        and necessary materials for each activityo Remember that any WILD                 may
be modified as needed to meet the ages, abilities and interests of Brownie Girl Scoutso


                                        WILD



                                                                                                           Hooks And Ladders
                                                                                                           Marsh Munchers
Animals                                                                                                    Mermaids And Manatees
                                                       Shoes                                                        Headache
                                                                                                                    Net Effect
                                Beautiful                                                                  Puddle Wonders!
                                CanDo!                                                                                     Here!
                                Classroom Carrying
                                Color
                                Environmental Barometer              Earth And                             Beautiful      The
                                Ethi-Thinking                                                              Environmental Barometer
                                 "p,nm.nrl" Needs A Home




                                Museum Search For Wildlife
                                             On The Earth
Try-It               Project WILD Activity          •   Try-It                      Project WILD Activity

Earth Is Our Home    Beautiful Basics, The              Plants                      Keeping Score
                     Environmental Barometer                                        Owl Pellets
                     Ethi-Thinking                                                  What Did Your Lunch Cost
                     Everybody Needs A Home                                            Wildlife?
                     Forest In AJar
                     Graphananimal                                                  Aquatic WILD Activities:
                     Habitat Lap Sit                                                Deadly Skies
                     Habitracks!                                                    Marsh Munchers
                     Playing Lightly On The Earth                                   Water Plant Art
                     Surprise Terrarium                                             Water We Eating?
                     Thicket Game, The
                     What's That, Habitat?              Water Everywhere            Forest In AJar
                     Wildlife Is Everywhere                                         My Kingdom For A Shelter
                                                                                    Wildlife Is Everywhere
                     Aquatic WILD Activities:
                     Deadly Skies
                     Deadly Waters
                     Hooks And Ladders
                     Marsh Munchers
                     Migration Headache
                                                        WORLD OF THE ARTS

                                                        Art To Wear
                                                                                    A
                                                                                    Color Crazy

                     Net Gain, Net Effect                                           Aquatic WILD Activities:
                     Plastic Jellyfish                                              Fashion A Fish
                     Puddle Wonders!                                                Water Plant Art
                     Something's Fishy Here!
                     Wetland Metaphors                  Building Art                Everybody Needs A Home
                                                                                    Too Close For Comfort
Outdoor Adventurer   Environmental Barometer                                        What's That, Habitat?
                     Habitracks!
                     Learning To Look, Looking          Colors And Shapes           Color Crazy
                        To See
                     Wildlife Is Everywhere                                         Aquatic WILD Activities:
                                                                                    Fashion A Fish
                     Aquatic WILD Activity:                                         Water Plant Art
                     Water We Eating?
                                                        Creative Composing          Animal Poetry
Outdoor Fun          Habitracks!
                     Learning To Look, Looking                                      Aquatic WILD Activities:
                        To See                                                      Aquatic Times
                                                                                    Aqua Words
                     Aquatic WILD Activity:
                     Water Plant Art                    Puppets, Dolls, and Plays   Adaptation Artistry
                                                                                    Color Crazy
Outdoor Happenings   Forest In AJar
                     Tracks!                                                        Aquatic WILD Activity:
                                                                                    Fashion A Fish
                     Aquatic WILD Activities:
                     Deadly Skies
                     Puddle Wonders!                    WORLD OF PEOPLE

                                                        Around The Wodd             Aquatic WILD Activity:
                                                                                    How Wet Is Our Planet?
Try-It                    Project WILD Activity          •   Try-It               Project WILD Activity

Careers                   Wildwork                           Hobbies              Color Crazy
                                                                                  Everybody Needs A Home
Citizen Near And Far      CanDo!                                                  What's That, Habitat?
                          Ethi-Thinking                                           Wildwork

Her Story                 CanDo!                             Sports And Games     Animal Charades
                          Ethi-Thinking                                           Habitat Lap Sit
                          Wildwork                                                Playing Lightly On The Earth
                                                                                  Qyick Frozen Critters
                          Aquatic WILD Activity:                                  Thicket Game, The
                          Aqua Words

Listening To The Past     Make A Coat!
                          Wildlife In National Symbols
                                                             WORWOFTODAyANDToMORROW       ~
                                                             Math Fun             Classroom Carrying Capacity
                          Aquatic WILD Activity:                                  Environmental Barometer
                          Aqua Words                                              Graphananimal
                                                                                  Grasshopper Gravity
Play                      Animal Charades                                         How Many Bears Can Live In
                          Habitat Lap Sit                                            This Forest?
                          Let's Go Fly A Kite                                     Make A Coat!
                          Muskox Maneuvers




                          A:
                          OhDeer!                                                 Aquatic WILD Activities:
                          Playing Lightly On The Earth                            Net Gain, Net Effect
                          Qyick Frozen Critters                                   Whale Of A Tail
                                  Grun"Th<                   Movers               Let's Go Fly A Kite

WORLD     OF WELL-BEING                                      Numbers And Shapes   Color Crazy

Dancercize                Animal Charades                                         Aquatic WILD Activities:
                                                                                  Fashion A Fish
                          Aquatic WILD Activity:                                  Net Gain, Net Effect
                          Marsh Munchers
                                                             Science In Action    Ants On A Twig
Food Fun                  Beautiful Basics, The                                   Eco-Enrichers
                          Owl Pellets
                          What's For Dinner?                 Senses               Grasshopper Gravity
                                                                                  Learning To Look, Looking
                          Aquatic WILD Activities:                                    To See
                          Hooks And Ladders                                       Seeing Is Believing
                          Marsh Munchers                                          Wildwork
                          Water We Eating?

Good Food                 Beautiful Basics, The
                          Owl Pellets
                          What's For Dinner?

                          Aquatic WILD Activities:
                          Hooks And Ladders
                          Marsh Munchers
                          Water We Eating?
   UNIORGIRLS
   Badges and Signs
 he North Carolina WILD program activities can be used in meeting many requirements for Junior
Girl Scout proficiency badges found in Girl Scout Badges and Signs and in the Junior Girl Scout
Handbook (1994 editions). The following chart correlates badges with suggested Project WILD and
Aquatic WILD activities. Badges are listed by Worlds ofInterest in the left column-numbers and
letters refer to specific badge activities. An example of a correlated badge is illustrated beside each
appropriate world of interest. Suggested WILD activities appear to the right. Please refer to the
'WILD Activity Description and Materials List" in this booklet for a short description, approxi-
                                                                                                                        SCOUTS®
mate grade and necessary materials for each activity. Remember that any WILD activity may be
modified as needed to meet the ages, abilities and interests of Junior Girl Scouts.


                                           WILD                                                                     WILD

                                                                        Architecture              3       Polar Bears      Phoenix?


                                                                                                                      A Habitat
Dabbler                    B.l            On Nature
                                  Pond Succession                       Art in the Home           5

                                 Aquatic WILD Activities:
                                 Blue Ribbon Niche                      Art in the Round          7       Tracks!
                                 Kelp Help
                                 Mermaids and Manatees                                            9       Museum Search For Wildlife
                                 Micro Odyssey
                                 Watered Down History                                            11                 WILD

                        B.l               WILD Activity:
                                         Plant Art                      Art to Wear              A.6      Make A Coat!

                        B.2           Kingdom For A Shelter             Books                     2       And The W olfWore Shoes

                                           WILD                                                   4


                        D.l       Animal                                Ceramics and             1, 7

                                                                                                                    WILD


                                                                        Communication Arts        4       To Zone




                                                                                                  6


                                                                                                  7       Does Wildlife Sell ~"l~'H'L,LU~0

                                                                                                  8       'Wildlife In National

                                                                                                 11                           Wildlife
                        G.l                 On Nature

                                                                        Dance                     2                 Weather
  Badge                  #      Project WILD Activity          •   Badge                 #     Project WILD Activity

  Drawing and Painting 1, 2, 8, 9 Aquatic WILD Activity:           Dabbler (continued)         Aquatic WILD Activities:
                                  Riparian Retreat                                             Blue Ribbon Niche
                                                                                               Edge Of Home, The
                         2      Aquatic WILD Activity:                                         Micro Odyssey
                                Edge Of Home, The
                                                                                         A.2   Eco-Enrichers
                         5      Aquatic WILD Activities:                                       Grasshopper Gravity
                                Mermaids and Manatees                                          Microtrek Scavenger Hunt
                                Micro Odyssey
                                                                                               Aquatic WILD Activities:
                         8      Migration Barriers                                             Micro Odyssey
                                Pond Succession                                                Water Canaries

                                Aquatic WILD Activities:                                 B.l   Ants On A Twig
                                Kelp Help                                                      Color Crazy
                                Mermaids and Manatees                                          Eco-Enrichers
                                Micro Odyssey                                                  What's Wild?
                                Watered Down History                                           Wildlife Is Everywhere
                                                                                               Wild Words
                        (all)    Color Crazy
                                                                                               Aquatic WILD Activity:
  Musician               2       Power Of A Song, The                                          Blue Ribbon Niche

      Photography        7       Photos Keep It Happening!                               B.2   Animal Poetry
                                                                                               Power Of A Song, The
                                Aquatic WILD Activity:                                         Too Close For Comfort
                                Edge Of Home, The                                              Wildwork

      Popu1ar Arts       1      Wildlife In National Symbols                             C.2   What's For Dinner?

  Theater               7,9     Visual Vocabulary                                        D.l   CanDo!
                                                                                               Environmental Barometer
                                Aquatic WILD Activity:                                         Habitracks
                                Marsh Munchers
                                                                                               Aquatic WILD Activities:
      Visual Arts        1       Color Crazy                                                   Blue Ribbon Niche
                                                                                               Edge Of Home, The
                                Aquatic WILD Activity:
                                Edge Of Home, The                                        D.2   CanDo!
                                                                                               Environmental Barometer


                                      @
                                                                                               Habitracks
                                                                                               Improving Wildlife Habitat In
  WORLD OF THE OUT-OF-DoORS                                                                        The Community
                                                                                               Playing Lightly On The Earth
  Dabbler               A.l     Everybody Needs A Home                                         Thicket Game, The
                                First Impressions
                                Good Buddies                                                   Aquatic WILD Activities:
                                Habitat Rummy                                                  Blue Ribbon Niche
                                Learning To Look, Looking                                      Edge Of Home, The
                                    To See                                                     Riparian Retreat
                                Microtrek Scavenger Hunt
                                My Kingdom For A Shelter                                 E.l   Habitracks
                                Owl Pellets
                                Urban Nature Search
                                What's That, Habitat?
                                Wild Words
                                Wildlife Is Everywhere

49>
Badge                #    Project WILD Activity          •   Badge                  #    Project WILD Activity

Outdoor Creativity   6    Visual Vocabulary                  Outdoor Fun in          7   Learning To Look, Looking
   (continued)            Wild Words                            the City (continued)        To See
                                                                                         Microtrek Scavenger Hunt
                          Aquatic WILD Activities:                                       My Kingdom For A Shelter
                          Blue Ribbon Niche                                              Qyick Frozen Critters
                          Micro Odyssey                                                  Urban Nature Search
                          Puddle Wonders!                                                Who Fits Here?
                                                                                         Wild Words
                     7    Lobster In Your Lunch Box                                      Wildlife Is Everywhere
                          What Did Your Lunch Cost
                             Wildlife?                                                   Aquatic WILD Activities:
                          What's For Dinner?                                             Deadly Waters
                                                                                         Edge Of Home, The
                          Aquatic WILD Activity:                                         Puddle Wonders!
                          Water We Eating?
                                                                                    8    Aquatic WILD Activities:
                     8    Animal Poetry                                                  Fishy Who's Who
                          Power Of A Song, The                                           Net Gain, Net Effect
                          Visual Vocabulary                                              Water We Eating?

                     9    Animal Poetry                                             10   Wildwork
                          Power Of A Song, The
                          Wild Words                                                11   CanDo!
                                                                                         Enviro-Ethics
                          Aquatic WILD Activity:                                         Keeping Score
                          Aqua Words                                                     Litter We Know

                     10   Wild Words                         Small Craft            4    Ethi-Thinking
                                                                                         Litter We Know
Outdoor Fun          5    Animal Poetry                                                  Wildlife Is Everywhere
                          Ants On A Twig
                          Environmental Barometer                                        Aquatic WILD Activities:
                          Habitracks                                                     Deadly Waters
                          Let's Go Fly A Kite                                            Dragonfly Pond
                          Microtrek Scavenger Hunt                                       Marsh Munchers
                          OhDeer!                                                        Riparian Retreat
                          Playing Lightly On The Earth
                          Qyick Frozen Critters              Swimming               4    Aquatic WILD Activities:
                          Thicket Game, The                                              Fashion A Fish
                          Tracks!                                                        Fishy Who's Who

                          Aquatic WILD Activity:             Troop Camper           2    Ethi-Thinking
                          Alice In Waterland                                             Playing Lightly On The Earth

Outdoor Fun in       1    Playing Lightly On The Earth                              8    Grasshopper Gravity
   the City                                                                              Habitracks
                                                                                         Learning To Look, Looking
                     3    Let's Go Fly A Kite                                               To See
                                                                                         Wild Words
                     7    CanDo!                                                         Wildlife Is Everywhere
                          Everybody Needs A Home
                          Graphananimal                                                  Aquatic WILD Activities:
                          Habitat Rummy                                                  Micro Odyssey
                          Habitracks                                                     Water Canaries
                          Habitrekking
                          Improving Wildlife Habitat                                9    Habitat Lap Sit
                             In The Community                                            Microtrek Scavenger Hunt
                                                                                         Playing Lightly On The Earth
                                                                                                                        ~
Badge            #                                                               #            WILD

   Community    3, 8         Planning For People                  Fibers         1   Deadly Links
                                 And Wildlife                  and Farming           Eco-Enrichers
                                                                                     Enviro-Ethics
Women Today      1           Wildwork                                                E thi -Thinking
                                                                                     Wild Words

                                                                                 3   Deadly Links
WORLD OF TODAY AND TOMORROW
                                                                                            WILD Activities:
Dabbler         B.1          Wild Words                                                    Waters
                                                                                               Who
                B.2          Water's        On?!                                              Net Effect
                             Wild Words                                              Water We

                                                                                            Links
                                                                                     Enviro-Ethics

                D.2          Let's Go     A Kite

                H.2

                                                                                 8            Links
                             Too Close For Comfort
                             Wildwork                                            8   Eco-Enrichers
                                                                                     Forest In

                                                            Plants and Animals   1   Good Buddies
                                                                                     Habitat



                             Water Canaries
                             Watershed                                           2   Animal Charades
                                                                                                    'T"
                             Whale Of A Tail                                         Beautiful       Ihe
                                                                                     What's Wild?
                1.1          Environmental Barometer
                                                                                     Make Coat!
                                                                                     Museum Search For

                             Urban Nature Search                                     Good Buddies
                             Wildlife Is
                                                                                 5   Forest    A




                     6

                         5

                 8


                2,                           For Wildlife                        9   VVildwork
Badge                   #       Project WILD Activity          •   Badge                   #       Project WILD Activity

Science Discovery       3       Aquatic WILD Activities:           Service Project                 Flip The Switch For Wildlife
                                Deadly Skies                           (continued)                 Improving Wildlife Habitat In
                                Water Canaries                                                         The Community
                                                                                                   Keeping Score
                        9       Museum Search For Wildlife                                         Litter We Know
                                                                                                   Urban Nature Search
Your Outdoor            2       Playing Lightly On The Earth                                       Water's Going On?!
   Surroundings
                                                                                                   Aquatic WILD Activities:
                        3       E thi -Thinking                                                    Alice In Waterland
                                Playing Lightly On The Earth                                       Deadly Skies
                                                                                                   Deadly Waters
                                Aquatic WILD Activity:                                             Plastic Jellyfish
                                Something's Fishy Here!                                            Something's Fishy Here!

                        4       Here Today, Gone Tomorrow          Shadow Someone                  Wildwork




                        8
                                Aquatic WILD Activity:
                                Water Plant Art

                                Habitracks
                                                                   SIGN OF THE SUN
                                                                                       a
                                                                      Look for the badges in the Junior Girl Scout correlation,
                                                                   pages 9-18.
IUNIORAIDE
                                                                   Service Project                 CanDo!
                        5       Environmental Barometer
                                How Many Bears Can Live
                                   In This Forest?                 SIGN OF THE WORLD
                                Learning To Look, Looking
                                   To See                             Look for the badges in the Junior Girl Scout correlation,
                                Thicket Game, The                  pages 9-18.

                                Aquatic WILD Activities:           Chapter 3 (Handbook)            Lobster In Your Lunchbox
                                Alice In Waterland                                                 What Did Your Lunch Cost
                                Aqua Words                                                            Wildlife?
                                Fashion A Fish                                                     What's For Dinner?
                                Hooks and Ladders
                                Marsh Munchers                                                     Aquatic WILD Activity:
                                Puddle Wonders!                                                    Water We Eating?
                                Water Plant Art
                                Wetland Metaphors                  Chapter 4 (Handbook)            Wildwork

                        7       See Dabbler badges lists           Service Project                 CanDo!
                                                                                                   Flip The Switch For Wildlife

SIGN OCTIlE RAINBOW         11'111                                                                 Improving Wildlife Habitat In
                                                                                                       The Community
                                                                                                   Keeping Score
   Look for the badges in the Junior Girl Scout correlation,                                       Litter We Know
pages 9-18.                                                                                        Urban Nature Search
                                                                                                   Water's Going On?!

SlGNOFlliESA1HLm            liE ~I                                                                 Aquatic WILD Activities:
                                                                                                   Alice In Waterland
   Look for the badges in the Junior Girl Scout correlation,                                       Deadly Skies
pages 9-18.                                                                                        Deadly Waters
                                                                                                   Plastic Jellyfish
Service Project                 CanDo!                                                             Something's Fishy Here!
CADETTE AND SENIOR GIRL SCOUT
        Interest Projects
The North Carolina WILD program activities can be used in meeting many requirements for Cadette
and Senior Girl Scout Interest Projects found in the Cadette and Senior Girl Scout Interest Projects book
(1987). The following chart correlates interest projects with suggested Project WILD and Aquatic
                                                     \

WILD activities. Interest Projects are listed under Worlds ofInterest in the left column. An example
of a correlated Interest Project is illustrated beside each appropriate world of interest. The numbers
refer to specific interest project activities. Suggested WILD activities appear to the right. Please
refer to the ''WILD Activity Description and Materials List" in this booklet for a short description,
                                                                                                            GIRL SCOUTS®
approximate grade and necessary materials for each activity. Remember that any WILD activity may
be modified as needed to meet the ages, abilities and interests of Cadette or Senior Girl Scouts .


Interest Project        #        Project WILD Activity             •   Interest Project        #         Project WILD Activity

                                                                       Visual Arts (continued) 5         Learning To Look, Looking
                                                                                                            To See
WORLD OF THE ARTS                                                                                        Spider Web Geometry

Dabbler                  5       Power Of A Song, The                                           6        Does Wildlife Sell Cigarettes?



                                                                                                              ~
                         8       Photos Keep It Happening!
                                                                       WORLD OF THE OUT-OF-DOORS
Creative Writing         1       Wild Words
                                                                       Dabbler                  1        No Water Off A Duck's Back
                         4       Interview A Spider                                                      Pond Succession
                                 Learning To Look, Looking                                               Water's Going On?!
                                     To See
                                 Stormy Weather                                                          Aquatic WILD Activities:
                                 Power Of A Song, The                                                    Aquatic Roots
                                 Visual Vocabulary                                                       Riparian Retreat
                                                                                                         Watershed
                                Aquatic WILD Activity:                                                   Water Wings
                                Riparian Retreat
                                                                                               2         Environmental Barometer
                         6       Animal Poetry                                                           Drawing On Nature
                                                                                                         Habitrekking
Music                    6       Power Of A Song, The                                                    Wild Words

Museum Discovery         6       Rare Bird Eggs For Sale                                        9        Aquatic WILD Activity:
                                                                                                         Riparian Retreat
                        12      Aquatic WILD Activity:
                                Designing A Habitat                                            11        Bird Song Survey
                                                                                                         Drawing On Nature
The Performing Arts      1       Animal Charades
                                 Visual Vocabulary                     Animal Observation       1        Learning To Look, Looking
                                                                                                            To See
Photography            All       Photos Keep It Happening!
                                                                                               2         Ants On A Twig
Prints And Graphics     10      Aquatic WILD Activity:                                                   Bird Song Survey
                                Water Plant Art                                                          Drawing On Nature
                                                                                                         Grasshopper Gravity
Visual Arts             1        Cartoons And Bumper Stickers
                                 Drawing On Nature                                                       Aquatic WILD Activity:
                                                                                                         Fishy Who's Who
                        2       Museum Search For Wildlife
                                                                                               4         Tracks!


                                                                                                                                          ~
                    CanDo!
Tracks!                      Wildlife
Wild Words
Wildlife Research
Interest Project       #    Project WILD Activity            Interest         #

Wildlife (continued)   12   Know Your Legislation:           Do You Get The   1    Animal Charades
                                What's In It For Wildlife?      Message?           Visual Vocabulary
                            Philosophical Differences
                            Planning For People And                           3    Philosophical Differences
                                Wildlife
                            Riparian Zone                                     4    Pro And Can: Consumptive
                            To Zone Or Not To Zone                                     And Non-Consumptive
                            When A Whale Is A Right                                    Uses Of Wildlife
                            Who Pays For What?                                     To Zone Or Not To Zone
                            Wild Bill's Fate
                            Wildlife                                          7    Wild Words



                                                                                               And Heroines

Dabbler                1                          And                         10   Cartoons And             Stickers

                                                             Games            1    Checks And Balances
                       6    Philosophical Differences                              Habitat
                            Pro And Can: Consumptive
                                And Non-Consumptive                           2    Animal Charades
                                Uses Of Wildlife                                   Habitat Lap Sit
                            Rare Bird Eggs For Sale                                How Many Bears Can Live In
                            Wild Bill's Fate                                           This Forest?
                                                                                   Muskox Maneuvers
                       10   CanDo!                                                 Oh Deer!
                            Improving Wildlife Habitat In                          Qyick Frozen Critters
                               The Community                                       Visual Vocabulary

American Indian Lore 2      Wild Edible Plants                                5    Qyick Frozen Critters
                                                                                   Thicket       The
            Time       3            WILD
                                    Times                                     6    Microtrek              Hunt

                       6    Planning For          And                         7                       On The Earth
                                Wildlife

                                    VlIILD Activities:                        10
                                    Roots
                                   Canaries
                            'Natered Down

                       12   Cabin Conflict
                            CanDo!
                                                             Global           11




                            To Zone Or Not To Zone
                            Wildlife Issues: ,-"VHH.HC"U


                               Attitude                                            We're In This
                                                                                   When A Whale
                                                                                   Wild Bill's Fate
Interest Project     #    Project WILD                  Interest Project      #           WILD

Global Understanding 11   Wildlife Issues: Community
   (continued)               Attitude Survey
                                                        WORLD OF TODAY AND TOMORROW
                          Aquatic WILD Activity:
                          Water Wings                   Dabbler               1    No Water Off A Duck's Back

                    12    Aquatic WILD Activity:        Audiovisual Production 1   Aquatic WILD
                          Living Research: Aquatic         Advanced                Aquatic Times
                              Heroes And Heroines
                                                                              4    Power Of A Song, The
The Law              4    We're In This Together
                          Wild Bill's Fate              Career                2    Wildwork

                     5    Cabin Conflict
                          Know Your
                              What's In                                                       and Heroines
                          Pro And Con:
                              And                                             5    Wildwork
                              Uses Of Wildlife
                          Riparian Zone
                          To Zone Or Not To Zone
                          When A Whale Is A                                                   and Heroines
                          Wild Bill's Fate
                                                        Energy Awareness      1        The Switch For Wildlife
                    10    CanDo!
                          Ethi-Reasoning                Entrepreneurship      7    Does Wildlife Sell
                          Keeping Score
                          Noisy Neighbors               High Tech             3            WILD
                          Philosophical Differences        Communication                   Times
                          Wild Bill's Fate
                          Wildlife Issues: Community    Plant Culture         3    Lobster In Your Lunchbox
                              Attitude                                             What Did Your Lunch Cost
                                                                                      Wildlife?
                                                                                   What You Wear What
                                                                                      Were

                    11    Know Your                                           5    Wild Edible Plants
                             VVhat's In For Wildlife?
                          Who       For What?
                          Wild      Fate

                    11
                                                                              8    VVildlife As Seen On Coins
                                                                                       And




Travel                            On Nature
                          Environmental Barometer
                                  To

                          Urban Nature Search
G IRL SCOUT
  Contemporary Issues
Girl Scout Contemporary Issues are multi-age, recognition programs designed to educate girls
about current topics written for appropriate age levels. The Project WILD and Aquatic WILD
activities can be used in meeting the requirements for these patches. The requirements for each
patch are found in a separate booklet available through Girl Scouts of the U.S.A. National
Equipment Service or your local Girl Scout council. The following charts correlate Girl Scout
Contemporary Issues' chapters and/or activities with suggested Project WILD and Aquatic WILD
activities. Please refer to the 'WILD Activity Description and Materials List" in this booklet for a
                                                                                                        GIRL SCOUTS®
short description, approximate grade and necessary materials for each activity.


Chapter/Activity        #        Project WILD Activity
                                                                  •   Chapter/Activity        #        Project WILD Activity

                                                                         Habitat Loss          2       Checks and Balances
                                                                                                       Fire Ecologies
                                                                                                       Habitracks
EARTH MAnERS:                                                                                          Habitrekking
A CHALLENGE FOR ENVIRONMENTAL ACTION                                                                   How Many Bears Can Live In
                                                                                                           This Forest?
Lessons From The Earth                                                                                 Microtrek Scavenger Hunt
                                                                                                       Migration Barriers
   Air                   1      Aquatic WILD Activity:                                                 OhDeer!
                                Deadly Skies                                                           Planting Animals
                                                                                                       Qyick Frozen Critters
   Water                 1      Aquatic WILD Activities:                                               What's That, Habitat?
                                Aqua Words
                                How Wet Is Our Planet?                                                 Aquatic WILD Activities:
                                Water Wings                                                            Blue Ribbon Niche
                                Where Does Water Run Off                                               Migration Headache
                                   After School?
                                                                         Solid Waste           1       Litter We Know
                        2       Aquatic WILD Activity:
                                Alice In Waterland                                             3       Litter We Know
                                                                                                       Lobster In Your Lunchbox
                         3      Environmental Barometer                                                What Did Your Lunch Cost
                                Microtrek Scavenger Hunt                                                   Wildlife?
                                Pond Succession
                                Wildlife Is Everywhere                                                 Aquatic WILD Activity:
                                                                                                       Plastic Jellyfish
                                Aquatic WILD Activities:
                                Blue Ribbon Niche                                             5        Litter We Know
                                Edge Of Home, The
                                Fishy Who's Who                          Qyality Of Life       4       Lobster In Your Lunchbox
                                Glass Menagerie, The                                                   What Did Your Lunch Cost
                                Marsh Munchers                                                            Wildlife?
                                Micro Odyssey
                                Riparian Retreat                                              5        CanDo!
                                Water Canaries                                                         Improving Wildlife Habitat In
                                Water Plant Art                                                           The Community
                                                                                                       Know Your Legislation: What's
                         4      Improving Wildlife Habitat In                                             In It For Wildlife?
                                   The Community                                                       We're In This Together
                                                                                                       Wild Bill's Fate
                        5       Water's Going On?!                                                     Wildlife Issues: Community
                                                                                                          Attitude Survey
                                Aquatic WILD Activity:
                                Alice In Waterland
    Chapter/Activity   #   Project WILD Activity        •   Chapter/Activity    #    Project WILD Activity

    Building Earth     1   Ants On A Twig                   Building Earth      8    Aquatic WILD Activities:
       Awareness           Beady Born                          Awareness             Aqua Words
                           Bird Song Survey                    (continued)           How Wet Is Our Planet?
                           Birds Of Prey                                             Water Wings
                           First Impressions                                         Where Does Water Run Off
                           Grasshopper Gravity                                          After School?
                           Here Today, Gone Tomorrow
                           Interview A Spider                                   9    Seed Need
                           Photos Keep It Happening!                                 Shrinking Habitat
                           Planting Animals                                          Which Niche?
                           Spider Web Geometry
"                          Wildlife Bibliography                                     Aquatic WILD Activities:
                           What Bear Goes Where?                                     Blue Ribbon Niche
                           When A Whale Is A Right                                   Edge Of Home, The
                           Which Niche?                                              Kelp Help
                           Who Lives Here?                                           Marsh Munchers

                                                                                16   Everybody Needs A Home
                           Aquatic WILD Activities:                                  Graphananimal
                           Are You Me?                                               Grasshopper Gravity
                           Designing A Habitat                                       Habitracks
                           Fishy Who's Who                                           Habitrekking
                           Hooks And Ladders                                         Microtrek Scavenger Hunt
                           Mermaids and Manatees                                     Polar Bears In Phoenix
                           Migration Headache                                        Smokey Bear Said What?
                           Turtle Hurdles                                            Succession Transect
                                                                                     What Bear Goes Where?
                       2   Here Today, Gone Tomorrow                                 What's That, Habitat?
                                                                                     Who Fits Here?
                       3   E thi -Thinking                                           Wildlife Is Everywhere
                           Lobster In Your Lunchbox
                           Make A Coat                                               Aquatic WILD Activities:
                           What Did Your Lunch Cost                                  Blue Ribbon Niche
                               Wildlife?                                             Designing A Habitat
                           What You Wear Is What They                                Edge Of Home, The
                               Were                                                  Fishy Who's Who
                           What's For Dinner?                                        Marsh Munchers
                                                                                     Micro Odyssey
                           Aquatic WILD Activity:                                    Puddle Wonders!
                           Water We Eating?                                          Water Canaries

                       6   Birds Of Prey                    Developing Values        Cabin Conflict
                           Deadly Links                                              Deer Crossing
                           Habitrekking                                              Enviro-Ethics
                           Owl Pellets                                               Ethi-Reasoning
                           Urban Nature Search                                       Ethi-Thinking
                           Which Niche?                                              History Of Wildlife
                                                                                         Management, A
                           Aquatic WILD Activities:                                  Know Your Legislation:
                           Blue Ribbon Niche                                             What's In It For Wildlife?
                           Edge Of Home, The                                         Philosophical Differences
                           Fishy Who's Who                                           Pro And Con: Consumptive
                           Hooks And Ladders                                             And Non-Consumptive
                           Kelp Help                                                     Uses Of Wildlife
                           Marsh Munchers
Chapter/Activity         #    Project WILD Activity           •   Chapter/Activity        #    Project WILD Activity

Developing Values             Rare Bird Eggs For Sale                Draw a Happy              Drawing On Nature
   (continued)                Riparian Zone                            Picture                 Everybody Needs A Home
                              We're In This Together                                           Museum Search For Wildlife
                              When A Whale Is A Right                                          Time Lapse
                              Wild Bill's Fate                                                 Wild Words
                              Wildlife Bibliography
                              Wildlife Issues: Community                                       Aquatic WILD Activities:
                                 Attitude Survey                                               Blue Ribbon Niche
                              Wildlife Research                                                Riparian Retreat
                                                                                               Water Wings
                              Aquatic WILD Activities:                                         Watered-Down History
                              Dragonfly Pond
                              Facts And Falsehoods                Avoiding Harmful        13   And The Wolf Wore Shoes
                              To Dam Or Not To Dam                   Substances                Does Wildlife Sell
                                                                                                  Cigarettes?
Environmental Action          CanDo!
                              Improving Wildlife Habitat In       Looking Your Best       6    And The W olfWore Shoes
                                 The Community                                                 Does Wildlife Sell Cigarettes?

                              Aquatic WILD Activities:            Environmental Health
                              Plastic Jellyfish                      Food Chains               Deadly Links
                              Something's Fishy Here!                                          Owl Pellets
                                                                                               Shrinking Habitat
                                                                                               What's For Dinner?

DEVELOPING HEALTH AND FITNESS:                                                                 Aquatic WILD Activities:
BE YOUR BEST!                                                                                  Hooks And Ladders
                                                                                               Kelp Help
Good Nutrition           7    Lobster In Your Lunchbox                                         Marsh Munchers
                              What Did Your Lunch Cost
                                 Wildlife?                           Acid Rain                 Aquatic WILD Activity:
                                                                                               Deadly Skies
                              Aquatic WILD Activity:
                              Plastic Jellyfish                      Newspaper Articles        And The W olfWore Shoes
                                                                                               Cartoons And Bumper Stickers
Physical ExerciselJunior 14   Museum Search For Wildlife                                       Philosophical Differences
                                                                                               Wildlife Issues: Community
Reducing Stress                                                                                    Attitude Survey
   Relaxing Activities        Animal Poetry
                              Drawing On Nature                                                Aquatic WILD Activities:
                              Stormy Weather                                                   Aquatic Times
                              Wild Words                                                       Facts and Falsehoods

                                                                     Packaging                 Ethi-Thinking
                              Aquatic WILD Activities:                                         Lobster In Your Lunchbox
                              Riparian Retreat                                                 What Did Your Lunch Cost
                              Water Wings                                                         Wildlife?

   Relaxing Music             Power Of A Song, The                   Action Project            CanDo!
                                                                                               Improving Wildlife Habitat In
                              Aquatic WILD Activity:                                              Your Community
                              Water Wings                                                      Wildlife Issues: Community
                                                                                                  Attitude Survey
Chapter/Activity       #   Project WILD Activity           •   Chapter/Activity   #     Project WILD Activity

   Action Project          Aquatic WILD Activities:
   (continued)             Plastic Jellyfish
                           Something's Fishy Here!

   Laws                    Know Your Legislation:              INTO THE WORLD OF TODAY AND TOMORROW:
                              What's In It For Wildlife?       LEADING GIRLS TO MATHEMATICS. SCIENCE AND
                           Wild Bill's Fate                    TECHNOLOGY

   Poisonous Animals       First Impressions                   Creative           9     Museum Search For Wildlife, A
                           Interview A Spider
                           Spider Web Geometry                 Science            5     Deadly Links
                           Who Fits Here?                                               Here Today, Gone Tomorrow
                                                                                        Wildlife Research
   Minimal Impact          Enviro-Ethics
                           Ethi-Reasoning                                               Aquatic WILD Activities:
                           Ethi-Thinking                                                Glass Menagerie, The
                           Flip The Switch For Wildlife                                 Deadly Skies
                           Lobster In Your Lunchbox
                           Noisy Neighbors
                           Playing Lightly On The Earth
                           Water's Going On?!
                           What Did Your Lunch Cost
                               Wildlife?

                           Aquatic WILD Activities:
                           Alice In Waterland
                           Plastic Jellyfish
G IRL SCOUT
  Additional Recognitions
Girl Scouts may work toward additional recognitions and service projects through active partic-
ipation in Project WILD and Aquatic WILD activities.

                                                                                                     GIRL SCOUTS®
Careers
    Some of the Project WILD and Aquatic WILD activities
focus on career opportunities. The girls can explore their career        The Girl Scout Silver Award represents the highest award
interests in several fields. By pursuing these interests, the        earned by a Cadette Girl Scout, while the Girl Scout Gold
Cadette and Senior Girl Scouts could earn the "From Dreams
                                                                     Award symbolizes the highest award earned by a Senior Girl
to Reality Patch" or the "Career Exploration Pin" which would
                                                                     Scout. Both the Girl Scout Silver and Gold Awards provide
lead to an in-depth discovery about a specific career of their       opportunities for a girl to combine her leadership skills, her
choice. Some of the suggested WILD activities include: A
                                                                     career interests and her personal values to serve the community.
History of Wildlife Management, Which Niche?, Wildwork               Many girls have chosen to design their Silver and Gold
and Living Research: Aquatic Heroes and Heroines.
                                                                     Award projects with an emphasis on environmental educa-
                                                                     tion and issues.
Leadership                                                               The International Project WILD program creates a nat-
                                                                     ural basis on which Girl Scouts can build their award projects.
     As noted in the section entitled "N.C. WILD and Girl
                                                                     Girl Scouts can design their award projects around this pro-
Scout Events, Camporees, Day Events, Service Projects and
                                                                     gram by completing an intense, in-depth look at one environ-
Training", the N.C. WILD program can serve as a basis for
                                                                     mental issue, delivering a service project based on a specific
Cadette and Senior Girl Scout leadership experiences. Many
                                                                     Project WILD or Aquatic WILD activity or creating a wildlife
girls have incorporated the activities into their required leader-
                                                                     awareness project for their communities. Thus, unique oppor-
ship hours. In order to do this, girls must work with adult
leaders who are already Project WILD trained. The joint col-         tunities exist for Girl Scouts to make a difference in shared
                                                                     awareness and responsible action for wildlife and other natural
laboration between adult leaders and girls, prepares the Cadette
                                                                     resources through the Girl Scout Silver and Gold Awards.
and Senior Girl Scouts to become effective leaders and coordi-
nators of the Project WILD and Aquatic WILD activities with
their suggested materials.


Service
    The Project WILD and Aquatic WILD activities are nat-
ural stepping stones to service projects. As girls increase their
awareness, knowledge and skills, they can express their commit-
ment through the service projects. It may be possible to earn the
"Cadette Girl Scout Service Bar" and the "Senior Girl Scout
Service Bar" through the training and the use of the Project
WILD and Aquatic WILD activities. Contact your local Girl
Scout council for information about the training opportunities
for Cadette and Senior Girl Scouts.
                                                                  •
Be Your Best                                                          North Carolina Zoo Badge
                                         -.     AND
Service Project                        GIRL SCOUT
                                       SERVICE PROJECT
                                                         it               The N.C. Zoo Badge is an official state-
                                                                      wide badge available to Brownie through
    Be Your Best is a national
                                                                      Senior Girl Scouts. The North Carolina
service project for Girl Scouts in all program levels. Project
                                                                      WILD program activities and resources can
WILD ~nd Aquatic w:rLD activities can be used in meeting
                                                                      be u~ed in meeting t~e requirements for this badge. Badge
the reqUlrements for thIS patch, which are available in a sepa-
                                                                      reqUlrements are available in a separate booklet through all
rate booklet through your local Girl Scout council.
                                                                      North Carolina Girl Scout council offices.
    The following correlates the Be Your Best national service
                                                                          The fo.llowing correlates the N.C. Zoo Badge with sug-
project participation patch with suggested Project WILD and
                                                                      gested Project WILD and Aquatic WILD activities. Please
Aqua~ic -yvtLD activities. Please refer to the "WILD Activity
                                                                      refer to the ''WILD Activity Description and Materials List"
DescnptlOn and Materials List" in this booklet for a short
                                                                      in this booklet for a short description, approximate grade and
description, approximate grade and necessary materials for each
                                                                      necessary materials for each activity.
activity.

                                                                      Program Level            #       Project WILD Activity
Chapter                  #       Project WILD Activity
                                                                      Brownie Girl Scouts      1      Environmental Barometer
Chapter 1                5       Lobster In Your Lunchbox
                                                                                                      Everybody Needs A Home
                                 What Did Your Lunch Cost
                                                                                                      Learning To Look, Looking
                                    Wildlife?
                                                                                                          To See
                                                                                                      Microtrek Scavenger Hunt
                        19       CanDo!
                                                                                                      My Kingdom For A Shelter
                                 Improving Wildlife Habitat In
                                                                                                      Tracks!
                                     The Community
                                                                                                      Urban Nature Search
                                 Philosophical Differences
                                                                                                      What's Wild?
                                 Wildlife Issues: Community
                                                                                                      Wildlife Is Everywhere
                                     Attitude Survey
                                                                                               9       Here Today, Gone Tomorrow
                                 Aquatic WILD Activity:
                                 Something's Fishy Here!
                                                                      Junior, Cadette, and   5         Polar Bears In Phoenix
                                                                          Senior Girl Scouts
                                                                                             13        Animal Poetry
                                                                                                       Interview A Spider

                                                                                                      Aquatic WILD Activities:
                                                                                                      Mermaids and Manatees
                                                                                                      Water Wings

                                                                                              14      First Impressions
                                                                                                      Photos Keep It Happening!
                                                                                                      Time Lapse
PAQUATIC WILD ACTIVITIES
 ROJECT WILD AND

Indoor/Outdoor Activity List
The WILD Program can be used anytime, anywhere. This activity reference will assist you in
choosing the appropriate activity for indoors or outdoors. Activities appear in alphabetical order.
Aquatic WILD follows the Project WILD listing.



PROJECT WILD                                                      •
Indoor Activities
Adaptation Artistry               Habitat Lap Sit                     Qyick Frozen Critters           Water's Going On?!
And The Wolf Wore Shoes           Habitat Rummy                       Rainfall And The Forest         We're In This Together!
Animal Charades                   Habitrekking                        Rare Bird Eggs For Sale         What Bear Goes Where?
Animal Poetry                     Here Today, Gone                    Riparian Zone                   What Did Your Lunch Cost
Bearly Born                          Tomorrow                         Saturday Morning Wildlife         Wildlife?

Beautiful Basics, The             History Of Wildlife                    Watching                     What You Wear Is What
                                     Management, A                    Seed Need                         They Were
Bird Song Survey
                                  How Many Bears Can Live             Seeing Is Believing             What's For Dinner?
Birds of Prey                       In This Forest?                      The Eyes Have It             What's That, Habitat?
Cabin Conflict                    I'm Thirsty                         Shrinking Habitat               What's Wild?
CanDo!                            Improving Wildlife Habitat          Smokey Bear Said What?          When A Whale Is A Right
Carrying Capacity                    In The Community
                                                                      Spider Web Geometry             Which Niche?
Cartoons And Bumper               Interview A Spider
   Stickers                                                           Stormy Weather                  Who Fits Here?
                                  Know Your Legislation:
Changing Attitudes                  What's In It For Wildlife?        Surprise Terrarium              Who Lives Here?
                                  Learning To Look, Looking           To Zone Or Not To Zone          Who Pays For What?
Checks And Balances
                                     To See                           Too Close For Comfort           Wild Bill's Fate
Classroom Carrying Capacity
                                  Litter We Know                      Turkey Trouble                  Wild Words
Color Crazy
                                  Lobster In Your Lunchbox            Visual Vocabulary               Wildlife As Seen On Coins
Deer Crossing
                                  Make A Coat!                                                           And Stamps
Does Wildlife Sell Cigarettes?
                                  Migration Barriers                                                  Wildlife Bibliography
Eco-Enrichers
                                  Museum Search For Wildlife                                          Wildlife In National Symbols
Enviro-Ethics
                                  My Kingdom For A Shelter                                            Wildlife Issues: Community
E thi -Reasoning                                                                                         Attitude Survey
                                  No Water Off A Duck's Back
Ethi-Thinking                                                                                         Wildlife Research
                                  OhDeer!
Everybody Needs A Home                                                                                Wildwork
                                  Owl Pellets
First Impressions
                                  Philosophical Differences
Flip The Switch For Wildlife
                                  Planning For People And
Forest In Ajar                       Wildlife
Good Buddies                      Planting Animals
Graphananimal                     Polar Bears In Phoenix?
Grasshopper Gravity               Pond Succession
                                  Power Of A Song, The
                                  Pro And Con: Consumptive
                                     And Non-Consumptive
                                     Uses Of Wildlife
AQUATIC WILD                                                   • PROJECT WILD
Indoor Activities                                               Outdoor Activities
Alice In Waterland               Plastic Jellyfish              Animal Poetry                      Microtrek Scavenger Hunt
Aqua Words                       Puddle Wonders!                Ants On A Twig                     Muskox Maneuvers
Aquatic Roots                    Riparian Retreat               Bird Song Survey                   My Kingdom For A Shelter
Aquatic Times                    Something's Fishy Here!        CanDo!                             Noisy Neighbors
Are You Me?                      To Dam Or Not To Dam           Deadly Links                       OhDeer!
Blue Ribbon Niche                Turtle Hurdles                 Drawing On Nature                  Photos Keep It Happening!
Deadly Skies                     Water Canaries                 Environmental Barometer            Playing Lightly On The
Deadly Waters                    Water Plant Art                Grasshopper Gravity                    Earth

Designing A Habitat              Water We Eating?               Habitat Lap Sit                    <2!1ick Frozen Critters
Dragonfly Pond                   Water Wings                    Habitracks                         Seed Need
Edge Of Home, The                Watered Down History           Habitrekking                       Shrinking Habitat
Facts And Falsehoods             Watershed                      How Many Bears Can Live            Spider Web Geometry
Fashion A Fish                   Wetland Metaphors                In This Forest?                  Stormy Weather
Fishy Who's Who                  Where Does Water Run Off       Keeping Score                      Succession Transect
Hooks and Ladders                  After School?                Learning To Look, Looking         Thicket Game, The
                                 Where Have All The Salmon         To See                         Time Lapse
How Wet Is Our Planet?
                                   Gone?                        Let's Go Fly A Kite
Kelp Help                                                                                         Tracks!
                                                                Litter We Know                     Urban Nature Search
Living Research: Aquatic
   Heroes And Heroine                                                                             Wild Edible Plants
Marsh Munchers                                                                                    Wild Words
Mermaids And Manatees                                                                             Wildlife Is Everywhere
Micro Odysst;y
Migration Headache                                              AQUATIC WILD
Net Gain, Net Effect
                                                                Outdoor Activities
                                                                Alice In Waterland                Plastic Jellyfish
Note: In the WILD guides, expand the term "classroom" to        Blue Ribbon Niche                 Puddle Wonders!
include troop meeting place, gym, cabins, cafeteria or other    Edge Of Home, The                 Riparian Retreat
indoor areas.
                                                                Fashion A Fish                    Turtle Hurdles
                                                                Hooks and Ladders                 Water Canaries
                                                                Living Research: Aquatic          Water Plant Art
                                                                   Heroes and Heroines            Water Wings
                                                                Marsh Munchers                    Watershed
                                                                Mermaids and Manatees             Wetland Metaphors
                                                                Micro Odyssey                     Whale Of A Tail
                                                                Migration Headache                Where Does Water Run Off
                                                                Net Gain, Net Effect                After School?



                                                                Note: In the WILD guides, expand the term "schoolyard" to
                                                                include backyard, field, park, campsite or other outdoor areas.
       RO}ECT WILD AND AQUATIC
       WI L D Activity Description and Materials List
This alphabetized description lists all of the suggested WILD activities. Each description provides a
brief synopsis of what the Girl Scouts will learn and do during an activity and the materials needed.
Suggested grade levels for each activity are listed. However, all activities can be adapted to accommodate
a range of ages-preschool to adult. The corresponding WILD Guide page number is in parenthesis
(E=Elementary [1986 edition], S=Secondary [1986 edition], C=Combination [1992 edition], A=Aquatic
[1992 edition]). Note: There are other activities found in the Project WILD and Aquatic WILD
Guides that could be adapted to correlate with Girl Scout recognitions.


                                                                      Beautiful
                                                                      Girl Scouts list and    ~~,,~~.~~~                                and
                                                                      wildlife and




                                                                                                   ~~,""'''~''~~   area and use UHU-',VUlllUllll'.

tance         adaptations.                                                                                             of data collection as one
materials: crayons,                               and paper                                                              and our shared envi-
       S-91, C-114)                                                   ronments.
                                                                      materials: note pads, bird         drawing paper or lHOl;<.aLH,lCo
And The Wolf Wore Shoes (Grades 2-5)                                  photos
Girl Scouts read and divide books into those about "real" ani-        Optional: binoculars, bird call tapes,
mals and those about "make-believe" animals. They will distin-        (S-231, C-200) indoor and outdoor
guish between real and fictitious animal characteristics.
materials: children's books and comic books with animals,             Birds of Prey (Grades 10-12)
writing materials                                                     Girl Scouts interpret data, generate and test
(E-163, C-266) indoor activity                                        cerning predator-prey relationships, animal
                                                                      environmental factors. They will recognize
Animal Charades (Grades 4-12 and                                      of elements within     PNWU'O;-P,cn


Girl Scouts define wildlife and use            to distinguish
between wild and domesticated animals.
materials: none
                 indoor




Ants




      are
bear cubs and human babies.
materials:
Carrying Capacity (Grades 7-12)                                        Deer Crossing (Grades 7-12)
Girl Scouts become herds of animals seeking food and will              Girl Scouts are provided background information on an actual
acquire a working understanding of the concept of carrying             issue involving a herd of deer in Idaho. They will analyze and
capacity. They will be able to formulate and test hypotheses           evaluate the complex factors that arise in wildlife management
relating to wildlife populations and carrying capacity.                issues and develop options and recommendations to resolve the
materials: one bag of dried beans, kitchen timer                       situation in the best possible manner.
(S-221, C-152) indoor activity                                         materials: photocopy of "Deer Crossing" information
                                                                       (S-183, C-202) indoor activity
Cartoons and Bumper Stickers (Grades 6-12)
Girl Scouts find, analyze and discuss cartoons and/or bumper           Does Wildlife Sell Cigarettes? (Grades 6-12)
stickers that make a statement about an issue affecting natural        Girl Scouts evaluate and categorize advertisements by the use of
resources and the environment. Girls will describe the use of          wildlife and other natural images, the purposes and impacts of
humor as a means of conveying information about environ-               using such images, and recommendations of appropriate uses of
mental issues.                                                         nature-derived images in advertising.
materials: construction paper, drawing materials, cartoons,            materials: magazines and rlPwcnClnprc
         stickers                                                               S-23, C-232) indoor
                        indoor

                                                                       Girl Scouts use
             design and conduct community interviews 'V'.U"Hl~         record wildlife
on wildlife and/or the environment.     will compile and               wildlife and other
summarize their findings.                                              SClence.
materials: writing materials                                           materials: drawing and art materials
(E-l77, S-165, C-240) indoor                                           (S-67, C-86) outdoor

Checks and Balances (Grades 6-12)                                      Eco-Enrichers (Grades
Girl Scouts become wildlife managers of a herd of animals in a         Girl Scouts experiment with soil and earthworms, evaluating
paper/pencil discussion game by evaluating hypothetical wildlife       the importance of plant and animal matter as contributors to
management decisions and becoming aware of the factors that            soil. They learn that many forms of wildlife contribute to the
affect the size of a wildlife population.                              diversity and balance of ecological systems.
materials: one die per girl, copies of condition cards                 materials: enough soil for three 1x1x1 containers,
(E-147, S-223, C-186) indoor activity                                  composting materials
                                                                       (E-69, S-73,         indoor
Classroom Carrying Capacity (Grades K -6)
Girl Scouts sit unusually close together and describe the results.     Enviro-Ethies (Grades
      will define carrying capacity and give           of factors      Girl Scouts       and use a "Personal Code of Environmental
that can influence the carrying          of an area.                                       UH.h~.'UH between actions that are harmfuJ
materials: chalkboard                                                                                    Girls will evaluate the appro-
(E-109,          indoor                                                                                   ~""~Ui"~U as     relate to the
                                                                       environment.
Color                                                                  materials: none
                   rq)re:serlta1tlOJI1S of colorful wild animals and
Ethi-Thinking (Grades K-8)
Girl Scouts list activities that might be harmful to wild plants
                                                                      •   Grasshopper Gravity (Grades 2-7 and up)
                                                                          Girl Scouts observe, handle and describe live grasshoppers or
and animals, and use photos or drawings to visualize, discuss,            crickets. They will describe physical characteristics, structure,
interpret and evaluate these activities. In addition, girls will be       and function of these insects. They observe that wildlife ranges
able to recommend alternative activities that are not harmful to          from small to large, and occurs in a variety of forms. Girls will
the environment.                                                          recognize that people, like themselves, have the power to affect
materials: construction paper, crayons, paper, magazines                  the environment including wildlife power demands responsibility.
(E-209, S-193, C-290) indoor activity                                     materials: plastic container, hand lens, one live cricket or
                                                                          grasshopper for every two girls
Everybody Needs A Home (Grades K-3)                                       (E-15, S-59, C-16) indoor and outdoor activity
Girl Scouts draw pictures of homes and compare their personal
needs with those of animals.                                              Habitat Lap Sit (Grades 4-9 and younger or older)
materials: drawing paper, crayons or chalk                                Girl Scouts form an interconnected circle to demonstrate the
(E-31, C-32) indoor activity                                              components of habitat and the significance ofloss or change
                                                                          of factors and species within the habitat.
First Impressions (Grades K-6)                                            materials: none
Girl Scouts react to a variety of photos, distinguishing between          (E-33, S-47, C-34) indoor activity
reactions to animals based on myth or stereotype, and those
based on accurate information. They will recognize the value of           Habitat Rummy (Grades 4-7 and up)
animals' contributions to ecosystems.                                     Girl Scouts make cards and playa card game that identifies the
materials: large photos or drawings of a variety of animals               habitat components for various species of animals.
(E-161, C-224) indoor activity                                            materials: sets of "Habitat Rummy Cards"
                                                                          (E-41, S-51, C-40) indoor or outdoor activity
Flip The Switch For Wildlife (Grades 5-12)
Girl Scouts illustrate the route of electricity from its sources to       Habitracks (Grades 2-5)
the outlets people use, tracing environmental impacts along its           Girl Scouts identifY the habitat components by using a map and
path. Girls invent and try ways to make beneficial impacts on             exploring a large outdoor area, i.e. schoolyard or park. They will
wildlife through their own energy-saving practices.                       recognize that these components are needed by all animals-
materials: writing and drawing materials                                  both people and wildlife.
(E-217, S-129, C-308) indoor activity                                     materials: habitat maps, task cards, and habitat components,
                                                                          glue or tape, scissors, pencils, chalkboard, small paper bags
Forest In AJar (Grades K-6)                                               (E-35, C- 36) outdoor activity
Girl Scouts conduct an experiment using soil, water, seeds, a
plant and a jar. They will draw a poster to represent their obser-        Habitrekking (Grades 7-12)
vations and findings4bout succession and how environments                 Girl Scouts go outside to conduct an investigation requiring
can change.                                                               observation, interpretation and data-gathering skills. They
materials: pint or quart jars (one per girl), water, soil, aquatic        will prepare and present their findings. Girls will recognize that
plants (one per jar), two cups of bird seed                               people and wildlife share environments, have similar basic
(E-91, C-108) indoor activity                                             needs, and are subject to the same or similar environ-mental
                                                                          problems.
Good Buddies (Grades 4-7)                                                 materials: copies of "Habitrekking Evidence Lists," materials
Girl Scouts research pairs of animals that have symbiotic rela-           available for participants to create visual and verbal reports
tionships. They will playa card game and classifY the pairs of            (S-57, C-56) indoor and outdoor activity
animals according to three major forms of symbiotic relation-
ships: commensalism, mutualism and parasitism.                            Here Today, Gone Tomorrow (Grades 5-12)
materials: cardboard, several decks of "buddy cards" (designed            Girl Scouts will become familiar with the classifications of
by participants)                                                          animals as: "threatened," "extinct," "peripheral," "rare" and
(E-87, S-89, C-104) indoor activity                                       "endangered." Girls will conduct research and make a master
                                                                          list of threatened and endangered animals found locally and
Graphananimal (Grades 2-6)                                                nationally. They will also list factors affecting the animals' pop-
Girl Scouts create collages of animals in two different habitats,         ulation status.
and "visit" the habitats by going on a "nature walk" in their             materials: information from state and federal agencies on
classroom. Girls will tally the number of animals they see, then          threatened and endangered animals, poster-making materials
graph and compare results.                                                (E-135, 5-115, C-170) indoor activity
materials: photos or pictures of animals, cardboard for mount-
ing photos, notebook paper, graph paper, pencils
(E-81, C-100) indoor activity
History Of Wildlife Management, A (Grades 7-12)
Girl Scouts generate questions and contact their state wildlife
                                                                     •   Know Your Legislation: What's In It For Wildlife?
                                                                         (Grades 7-12)
agency to gain background information concerning the develop-            Girl Scouts participate in the legislative process by working
ment and present philosophy and practices of wildlife conserva-          on an active bill being considered in the local government.
tion and management.                                                     They will identify points at which private citizens can have an
materials: research, letter-writing and skit materials                   impact on the legislative process and evaluate the effectiveness
(S-155, C-216) indoor activity                                           of the legislative process based on their personal experience
                                                                         and observations.
How Many Bears Can Live In This Forest?                                  materials: copy of a bill being considered in local legislature,
(Grades 3-9 and up)                                                      writing materials, poster board or butcher paper
Girl Scouts become "bears" looking for "food" in a "habitat,"            (S-205, C-318) indoor activity
thus this activity teaches them about the importance of carry-
ing capacity for wildlife and people.                                    Learning To Look, Looking To See (Grades K-8)
materials: one envelope or small bag per girl, one blindfold, 5          Girl Scouts list what they remember seeing in a familiar environ-
colors of paper (4 sheets per color)                                     ment, check their accuracy, and discuss the results. Mterwards,
(E-115, S-101, C-134) indoor or outdoor activity                         girls apply their experiences and new skills to an unfamiliar out-
                                                                         door setting.
I'm Thirsty (Grades 7-12)                                                materials: writing materials
Girl Scouts use data provided to perform mathematical calcula-           (E-181, S-31, C-62) outdoor activity
tions and to make inferences about the importance of adapta-
tions in order for wildlife to survive.                                  Let's Go Fly A Kite (Grades 4-6 and up)
materials: paper and pencil                                              Girl Scouts design, make and fly kites using wildlife as an
(S-219, C-154) indoor activity                                           inspiration for their designs.
                                                                         materials: tissue paper of various colors, bamboo strips, small
Improving Wildlife Habitat In The Community (Grades 4-12)                tacking nails, hammers, sturdy kite string
Girl Scouts design and accomplish a project to improve wildlife          (E-67, C-74) outdoor activity
habitat in their community. They apply their knowledge of
wildlife, describe essential habitat components arranged                 Litter We Know (Grades 4-6)
appropriately for the identified wildlife, and evaluate compatible       Girl Scouts collect and evaluate litter. Using the collected
and incompatible uses of an area by people and identified                litter, they will make collages and conclude this activity by iden-
wildlife species.                                                        tifying ways "unsightly litter pollution" can endanger wildlife.
materials: writing and drawing materials, poster paper or                Girls propose active steps they can take to eliminate these dangers.
model-making materials, i.e. clay, plaster of Paris, etc.                materials: large sheets of paper for mounting, glue, different
(E-225, S-131, C-324) indoor activity                                    types of litter, work gloves, trash sacks
                                                                         (E-51, C-50) indoor and outdoor activity
Interview A Spider (Grades 5-8 and up)
Girl Scouts become reporters and use interviewing techniques             Lobster In Your Lunch Box (Grades 4-7)
to research and write about wild animals.                                Girl Scouts plan and calculate the costs of a family's meals for
materials: writing materials                                             one day; create a classroom chart; and analyze, discuss and sum-
(E-13, S-7, C-14) indoor activity                                        marize findings. They identify environmental sources and
                                                                         derivations of foods.
Keeping Score (Grades 4-8)                                               materials: supermarket advertisements in newspapers, scissors,
Girl Scouts investigate their neighborhoods for "cause and               pencils
effect" relationships that help and hinder wildlife, develop and         Optional: cookbooks
use "community wildlife scorecards," and recommend actions to            (E-159, S-233, C-222) indoor activity
improve and maintain the quality of wildlife habitat in the com-
munity or their neighborhoods.                                           Make A Coat! (Grades K-6)
materials: poster materials, photocopied "Keeping Score" score-          Girl Scouts make replicas of coats using different materials that
cards, chalkboard or bulletin board for display                          represent varying historical periods. They will identify historical
(E-201, S-127, C-276) outdoor activity                                   and current sources of clothing and follow the source identifica-
                                                                         tion with classification of these sources as renewable or nonre-
                                                                         newable natural resources.
                                                                         materials: butcher paper, newsprint or large paper shopping
                                                                         bags, scissors, paint, crayons, yarn, wool scraps, heavy thread,
                                                                         needle
                                                                         (E-75, C-82) indoor activity
Microtrek Scavenger Hunt (Grades 4-6 and up)
Girl Scouts go on an outdoor "scavenger hunt" for wildlife, dis-
                                                                        •   Noisy Neighbors (Grades 7-12)
                                                                            Girl Scouts conduct an investigation of noise levels in their
covering that people and wildlife share environments, and that              community and recognize the effects that human-derived noises
people are surrounded by wildlife.                                          have on wild animals. They consider alternative behaviors that
materials: hand lens, digging tool, pencil, photocopied instruc-            might have less damaging consequences on wild animals. Girls
tion sheets (1 copy per 2-5 girls)                                          will also make recommendations based on their findings.
(E-21, C-22) outdoor activity                                               materials: writing materials, recommended health standards
                                                                            for noise
Migration Barriers (Grades 4-6)                                             Optional: decibel meter
Girl Scouts draw murals showing deer migration routes and the               (S-137, C-294) outdoor activity
consequences of development of a highway through the area.
They will define wildlife migration and describe possible impacts           Oh Deer! (Grades 4-12)
on these migration patterns by human activities. Girls give an              Girl Scouts become "deer" and "habitat components" in an
example of the importance ofland-use planning as it affects                 active game. They will realize the importance of good habitat,
people, wildlife and the environment.                                       observe the types of limiting factors on wildlife populations and
materials: drawing materials, large butcher or poster paper,                recognize that fluctuations of wildlife populations occur natural-
background information about deer or other animals in your                  ly as ecological systems undergo a constant change.
region that migrate seasonally on land; information about the               materials: large outdoor or indoor area, flip chart, chalkboard or
animals' habitat needs. (Check with local wildlife specialists              poster board, magic marker
for assistance.)                                                            (E-131, S-107, C-146) indoor or outdoor activity
(E-191, C-262) indoor activity
                                                                            Owl Pellets (Grades 3 -7)
Museum Search For Wildlife (Grades 3-6)                                     Girl Scouts examine owl pellets and reconstruct rodent skele-
Girl Scouts visit a museum or another source of artifacts, iden-            tons. They gain an understanding of food chains and interde-
tifY wildlife that is portrayed in an art form and observe how              pendence within ecological systems.
wildlife has sufficient spiritual and aesthetic value to inspire art.       materials: owl pellets, small animal skeleton diagram and skull
materials: none                                                             guide, tweezers, toothpicks, glue, poster board
(E-65, C-72) indoor activity                                                Optional: hand lenses or magnifYing glasses, gloves
                                                                            (E-125, S-83, C-144) indoor activity
Muskox Maneuvers (Grades 4-9)
Girl Scouts simulate muskoxen and wolves in an active game                  Philosophical Differences (Grades 7-12)
depicting the effectiveness of adaptations in predator/prey                 Girl Scouts select a natural resource-related issue of concern to
relationships, and the importance of predator/prey relationships            members of their community, correspond with representatives
as limiting factors in wildlife populations.                                of a range of interest groups about their philosophical positions
materials: cloth banel,1lUnas of two different colors (or strips of         concerning the issue, recognize the different perspectives, and
cloth) - 12 of one color and 3 of another color                             describe the positive effects of several different points of view.
(E-111, S-99, C-130) outdoor activity                                       materials: newspapers, magazines or other sources of news,
                                                                            writing materials
My Kingdom For A Shelter (Grades 5-9)                                       (S-39, C-242) indoor activity
Girl Scouts create replicas of wildlife shelters and identifY the
materials and techniques used by at least one animal to con-                Photos Keep It Happening! (Grades 7-12)
struct its shelter.                                                         Girl Scouts create photos or other visual studies of wild or domes-
materials: natural materials (Caution: Avoid damage to animals              ticated animals, symbolic of their historical and contemporary
and habitat when gathering materials.)                                      influence on human cultures. They will be able to interpret the
(E-47, S-65, C-46) indoor and outdoor activity                              importance of wildlife as an inspiration for art and marketing.
                                                                            materials: camera equipment, drawing materials, photographs,
No Water Off A Duck's Back (Grades 6-12)                                    magazine illustrations
Girl Scouts conduct experiments using water, oil, hard-boiled               (S-139, C-88) outdoor activity
eggs, detergent and feathers to identifY adverse ways oil spills
affect birds. They discuss negative consequences to wildlife,               Planning For People And Wildlife (Grades 4-12)
people and the environment from pollutants produced by people.              Girl Scouts imagine and research the environmental history of
materials: used motor oil, shallow containers, eye dropper, hand            the area where they live before the community was developed.
lens, feathers (natural), liquid detergent, hard-boiled eggs                Girls design planned communities and build and evaluate mod-
(E-151, S-119, C-274) indoor activity                                       els of their community designs.
                                                                            materials: construction or model-building materials
                                                                            (E-205, S-187, C-284) indoor activity
Planting Animals (Grades 4-9)
Girl Scouts write a letter to a state or provincial wildlife agency
                                                                      •   Quick Frozen Critters (Grades 4-6 and younger or older)
                                                                          Girl Scouts play an active version of "freeze tag" simulating
for information and make dioramas of transplanted animals in              predator/prey relationships, recognize that limiting factors
new habitats. They will be able to identifY one animal that has           affect wildlife populations and describe the importance of adap-
been transplanted in their own state or province and to describe          tations in predator/prey relationships.
reasons for "transplanting" animals.                                      materials: food tokens, approximately 3 per girl, (created from
materials: writing materials, magazine photographs,                       cardboard or other materials), bandannas or vests to identifY
scissors, glue                                                            predators, 4 to 5 hula hoops, writing materials or chalk, poster
Optional: boxes for dioramas                                              board or chalkboard
(E-141, S-19, C-176) indoor activity                                      (E-105, C-122) indoor or outdoor activity

Playing Lightly On The Earth (Grades K-8)                                 Rainfall And The Forest (Grades 6-9)
Girl Scouts look for evidence of games that harm the environ-             Girl Scouts work with state highway and vegetative maps to
ment, and play andlor invent games with a benign effect on the            determine relationships between rainfall, vegetation and animal
environment. They will be able to distinguish between games               habitats. Girls will be able to: correlate rainfall data with vegeta-
that are damaging and not damaging to the environment.                    tive communities; correlate vegetative communities with animal
materials: outdoor access, list of common games                           life; recognize interrelationships among living and nonliving
(E-211, S-195, C-292) outdoor activity                                    elements of the environment; and understand that populations
                                                                          and the fluctuations of these populations are influenced by ever-
Polar Bears In Phoenix? (Grades 2-6)                                      changing climactic conditions.
Girl Scouts design and draw a zoo enclosure appropriate for               materials: state highway maps ( 1 map per 2 to 3 girls), sheets
the survival of a polar bear in a hot, arid climate, identifYing          of tracing paper the size of the maps, elevation and rainfall
problems for animals moved from their natural environments                information for 30 communities, vegetative maps of the state.
into captivity.                                                           (E-121, S-75, C-140) indoor activity
materials: crayons, paper or modeling materials
(E-103, S-105, C-120) indoor activity                                     Rare Bird Eggs For Sale (Grades 7-12)
                                                                          Girl Scouts debate and examine the reasons for and conse-
Pond Succession (Grades 4-9)                                              quences of man's tendencies to collect natural resource items,
Girl Scouts create murals showing three major stages of pond              suggest alternatives to satisfY collection needs and identifY
succession and recognize that natural environments are continu-           some reasons for and consequences of collecting wildlife and
ously changing. Girls discuss the concept of succession through           wildlife products.
oral and pictorial descriptions.                                          materials: reference materials, writing materials, debate
materials: paper for murals, crayons, art supplies                        arrangement in troop meeting area
(E-93, S-95, C-110) indoor activity                                       (S-35, C-296) indoor activity

Power Of A Song, The (Grades 6-12)                                        Riparian Zone (Grades 7-12)
Girl Scouts listen to songs, analyze lyrics for environmental             Girl Scouts simulate a Board of Commissioners hearing. By
messages, and interpret the influences of popular music and               researching and preparing a presentation on a land-use planning
other art forms on people's environmental attitudes.                      issue from the point of view of a special interest group, they
materials: radio, records, tapes, CDs or song books as sources of         increase their understanding of the effects various types ofland
popular songs, record, tape or CD player                                  development on wildlife and recognize the usefulness ofland-
(E-l71, S-25, C-234) indo?r activity                                      use planning as a tool by which to minimize negative impacts
                                                                          of some kinds of development.
Pro and Con: Consumptive And Non-Consumptive Uses                         materials: butcher paper or newsprint, commission hearing
Of Wildlife (Grades 7-12)                                                 room arrangement in scout meeting area, copies of "At Issue"
Girl Scouts research and debate the different uses of wildlife as         from the Project WILD guide
well as reasons offered for and against consumptive and non-              (S-181, C-206) indoor activity
consumptive uses.
materials: research and writing materials, debate arrangement in          Saturday Morning Wildlife Watching (Grades K-6)
scout meeting area                                                        Girl Scouts watch, report, discuss and evaluate cartoons on tele-
(S-33, C-250) indoor activity                                             vision or in comics. Girls distinguish betliVeen realistic and
                                                                          unrealistic portrayals of wildlife and other animals in cartoons,
                                                                          identifY possible influences on people from watching cartoons,
                                                                          and make judgments about appropriate and inappropriate
                                                                          behaviors they feel can result from cartoon watching.
                                                                          materials: access to television for cartoon viewing or comic
                                                                          books
                                                                          (E-165, C-228) indoor activity
Seed Need (Grades 5-6 and younger)
Girl Scouts gather seeds by going outside and wearing socks
                                                                       •   Succession Transect (Grades 8-12)
                                                                           Girl Scouts go outside and use a survey tool to conduct an
over their shoes. Thus, they investigate how seeds are carried by          investigation involving the concept of succession. They will
animals and how wildlife contributes to the ecological systems             be able to observe and record elevation and vegetation of two
based on this example of seed dispersal.                                   environments and recognize that change is constant in natural
materials: large fuzzy socks (1 to 2 socks per girl), masking tape         systems and that succession is one example of such change.
Optional: one shoe box filled with planting medium per girl,               materials: survey tools (created with 4 meter sticks, 3 bolts, and
cookie sheets or trays to place shoe boxes used as planters                a small level), writing and graph paper, access to an area that
(E-71, C-78) indoor and outdoor activity                                   includes two different habitats or ecosystems
                                                                           (S-97) outdoor activity
Seeing Is Believing- The Eyes Have It! (Grades K-6)
Girl Scouts use kaleidoscopes, binoculars or telescopes, and               Surprise Terrarium (Grades K-3 and up)
fish-eye mirrors. They will imagine which animals might have               Girl Scouts observe a live animal using camouflage techniques.
such vision and make posters depicting those animals. Girls will           They will identifY camouflage as an example of animal adapta-
be able to identifY different kinds of vision as an example of             tion and the importance of these adaptations.
adaptation in animals.                                                     materials: terrarium with vegetation and one animal suited to
materials: set up 3 different stations-one station with kaleido-           the habitat created in the terrarium (the animal should be one
scope, one with telescope or binoculars and one with fish-eye              that uses camouflage as a form of adaptation to survive, i.e.
mirror or photographs taken with similar lens, magazines with              leafhopper, tree frog, tree lizard, walking stick, grasshopper,
wildlife photographs or wildlife stamps, glue, poster materials            earthworm), photographs of animals that use camouflage or
(E-99, C-116) indoor activity                                              magazines that allow girls to find such photographs
                                                                           (E-101, C-118) indoor activity
Shrinking Habitat (Grades 4-7)
Girl Scouts simulate a process ofland development in a con-                Thicket Game, The (Grades K-6)
struction activity. They will evaluate the importance of suitable          Girl Scouts become "predator" and "prey" in a version of "hide
habitat for wildlife and recognize that loss of habitat generally is       and seek." They experience how animals use some adaptations
considered to be the most critical problem facing wildlife today.          in order to survive.
Girl Scouts will be able to describe some effects of human                 materials: blindfolds, outdoor area like thicket or other vege-
development ofland areas on plants and animals previously liv-             tated area where girls can safely hide
ing in the area.                                                           (E-95, C-112) outdoor activity
materials: green and blue construction paper, desks, tables,
chairs, 5 to 6 bed sheets or blankets for a group of 25 girls              Time Lapse (Grades 7-12)
(E-187, S-173, C-258) indoor or outdoor activity                           Girl Scouts prepare and present a visual interpretation of con-
                                                                           cepts of variation, change or adaptation in ecosystems.
Smokey Bear Said ~at? (Grades 4-6)                                         materials: photographic equipment and materials or any other
Girl Scouts brainstorm about positive and negative effects of              visual medium of choice
forest and grassland fires, conduct research, and create murals            (S-93, C-156) indoor and outdoor activity
showing changes from fire in forest and grassland ecosystems.
materials: art supplies, butcher paper, newsprint or other paper           To Zone Or Not To Zone (Grades 6-9)
for mural display                                                          Girl Scouts role-playa County Commissioners' meeting dis-
(E-143, C-178) indoor activity                                             cussing a land-use issue. They will understand the importance
                                                                           as well as some of the complexities ofland-use planning and
Spider Web Geometry (Grades 10-12 and younger)                             decision-making. Girls identifY social and ecological considera-
Girl Scouts research the spider of their choice and construct a            tions where human uses ofland conflict with each other and
replica of the spider's web by applying principles of geometry.            with wildlife habitat needs.
Girl Scouts recognize spiders as wildlife and generalize that              materials: copies of role descriptions, set up mock hearing room
people and wildlife share environments.                                    Optional: props for role-playing
materials: writing materials for use in research, measuring                (E-193, S-l77, C-266) indoor activity
instruments, thread or thin yarn, glue, fixative (like hair spray)
(S-215, C-58) indoor and outdoor activity                                  Too Close For Comfort (Grades K-7)
                                                                           Girl Scouts experiment with physical distance and levels of
Stormy Weather (Grades 4-9 and up)                                         comfort in humans, estimate appropriate distances between
Girl Scouts use "guided imagery" to experience a storm and                 humans and wildlife under various conditions, hypothesize
generalize that humans and wildlife share environments and                 about indicators of animal discomfort, and summarize reasons
experience some of the same natural phenomena.                             to avoid animal discomfort through crowding.
materials: none                                                            materials: none
(E-25, S-3, C-26) indoor or outdoor activity                               (E-185, 8-121, C-254) indoor activity
Tracks! (Grades 4-7 and up)                                         What Did Your Lunch Cost Wildlife? (Grades 4-12)
Girl Scouts make plaster casts of animal tracks and identifY        Girl Scouts trace food sources, diagram environmental 1m, pacts
common animal tracks.                                               and apply the knowledge they gain by making changes in some
materials: plaster of Paris, mixing containers, spray shellac or    of their consumer choices. Girls will be able to trace some foods
plastic, petroleum jelly, cardboard, knives, sandpaper, black ink   back to their source and pinpoint environmental influences
or paint                                                            affecting food production-discussing the impact these prac-
Optional: loops of wire                                             tices have on wildlife and the environment as food is produced,
(E-55, S-45, C-52) outdoor activity                                 processed, packaged and sold to the consumer.
                                                                    materials: writing and drawing materials
TurkeyTrouble (Grades 10-12)                                        (E 215, S 203, C 306) indoor activity
Girl Scouts make computations, interpret results and acquire a
working knowledge of some factors affecting wildlife popula-        What You Wear Is What
tions.                                                              Girl Scouts draw, label and
materials: paper, graph                                             to the natural resources from
        C-164) indoor

Urban Nature Search                                                                                    nonrenewable natural
Girl Scouts go outside to observe an                      a ques-                           environmental consequences of cloth-
                               data.
                                             outdoor                                                notebook paper
conduct
       S
                                                                    What's For Dinner?
Visual Vocabulary (Grades 4-7and up)                                Girl Scouts list and
Girl Scouts review vocabulary and wildlife concepts           the   able to generalize that            including people,         on
use of pantomime.                                                   plants as food and will determine direct and indirect depen-
materials: "glossary"; small pieces of paper with words             dency on plants as food sources.
on them, container                                                  materials:
(E-119, S-15, C-138) indoor activity                                chalkboard
                                                                    (E-49, S-63, C-48 ) indoor
Water's Going On?! (Grades 5-9)
Girl Scouts estimate and calculate how much water they use in       What's        Habitat? (Grades 2-3)
       and then design and      ways to conserve water.             Girl Scouts draw                    and animal's              com-
materials: chalkboard, pencil, paper
(E-213, 8-235, C-304) indoor                                                                                 crayons or colored



                                                                    What's Wild?

                                                                                                                      betliVeen
                                                                    wildlife and domesticated animals.
Which Niche? (Grades 7-12)                                          Wildlife As Seen On Coins And Stamps (Grades 7-12)
Girl Scouts define "ecological niche" and give at least one exam-   Girl Scouts describe coins and stamps as examples of ways that
ple of an animal and its ecological niche. They will compare        people utilize symbols to represent values of wildlife. Girls use
ecological niches with careers in their community.                  reference materials and actual examples to study how wildlife is
materials: guest speaker, chalk board, reference materials          portrayed on coins and stamps.
(S-151, C-158) indoor activity                                      materials: coins and stamps that use wildlife illustrations -
                                                                    actual examples or reference materials illustrating wildlife on
Who Fits Here? (Grades 7-9)                                         coins and stamps
Girl Scouts play an identification game using posters and cards,    (S 141, C 92) indoor activity
recognizing that each environment has characteristic life forms
adapted to live there.                                              Wildlife Bibliography (Grades 7-12)
materials: poster board for 10 posters, crayons,       magazine     Girl Scouts research and construct annotated bibliographies.
photographs for posters, index cards or construction paper for      They will be able to give examples of ways in which wildlife has
50 adaptation cards                                                 influenced the development of human societies and to describe
       C-160) indoor                                                important social and          value of wildlife for
                                                                    materials:                          reference
Who Lives Here?                                                     (S      C
Girl Scouts research and write          about native and intro-
duced animal species in their area or in the United States. Girls   Wildlife In National
cite examples of the effects of introducing animal species into     Girl Scouts research       identity wildlife used in national sym-
an area where they were not originally found and conduct a          bols. They will make posters to depict their findings and
group "quiz" and discussion.                                        hypothesize       wildlife is used as national symbols.
materials: research materials, writing materials                    materials: library reference materials, poster-making materials
(E-139, S-17, C-174) indoor activity                                (E-175, S-169, C-238) indoor activity

Who Pays For What? (Grades 7-12)                                    Wildlife Is Everywhere (Grades K-3 and
Girl Scouts identity and acquire a working knowledge of the         Girl Scouts go outdoors and survey their environment for
major sources of income used in support of wildlife and wildlife    evidence of wildlife and realize that humans and wildlife share
habitat in the United States. Girls correspond with agencies        environments.
about amounts, uses and problems concerning such funding,           materials: access to outdoor area, string
and summarize their findings.                                       (E-19, C-20) outdoor activity
materials: research and letter-writing materials
(S-191, C-212) indoor activity                                      Wildlife Issues: Community Attitude Survey (Grades 6-12)
                                                                    Girl Scouts assess the values held by various groups and individ-
Wild Bill's Fate (Grades                                            uals   surveying attitudes about a wildlife-related issue in their
Girl ScoiIts investigate pending legislation affecting wildlife.    community. They will learn to               between           val-
They will contact agencies and organizations for information        ues and attitudes.
about the legislation and recognize legislative processes that      materials:                           reference materials
affect wildlife.                                                    (C-244) indoor activity

                                                                    Wildlife Research
                                                                    Girl Scouts evaluate various types of research that involves wild-
Wild Edible Plants                                                  life and        reasons for research related to vvildlife. Girls
Girl Scouts create a local seasonal calendar
edible




  a written and visual form.
materials: construction                covers, unlined paper,
                                   materials
                  indoor and outdoor
AQUATIC WILD
                                                                      •   Blue Ribbon Niche (Grades 5-7)
                                                                          Girl Scouts identifY organisms that live in riparian habitats,
Activity Descriptions                                                     describe their ecological roles and create a variety of representa-
                                                                          tions of these creatures. They list some basic characteristics of
Alice In Waterland (Grades 1-6)                                           riparian ecosystems and evaluate potential positive and negative
Girl Scouts use guided imagery, lecture-discussion and student-           effects of change.
gathered data to explore water use and its effects on wildlife            materials: a variety of art materials, (e.g. paints, clay, papier
habitat. Girls trace the source of water they use and where it            mache, glue, wire, string, brushes); construction paper
goes after they use it and identifY potential problems human              Optional: nature magazines for photos; books with references
water usage has on terrestrial and aquatic wildlife. With this            to riparian habitats and wildlife
data and discussion in mind, they will develop and practice               (A-65) indoor and outdoor (optional but recommended) activity
responsible water conservation behaviors.
materials: one water-use information sheet per girl, several long
                                                                          Deadly Skies (Grades 1-12)
sheets of butcher paper or newsprint, art materials, poster
                                                                          Through simulations and direct measurement, Girl Scouts
paints, vivid pastels or chalks
                                                                          view damaging conditions of acidity in aquatic habitats. They
(A -175) indoor or outdoor activity
                                                                          will describe acid rain, describe the effects of acid rain on aquatic
                                                                          life and generate and test hypotheses concerning effects of acid
Aqua Words (Grades 1-12)                                                  precipitation.
Girl Scouts brainstorm and list water words, make word trees              materials: one cup of vinegar, two spray bottles, litmus paper
with those words and write poetic statements about water.This             for testing acidity, two trays of bean seedlings grown in the
activity allows them to describe a variety of ways and reasons            classroom (or bean sprouts purchased at a local grocery store)
why water is important to people and wildlife.                            (A -133) indoor activity
materials: writing materials
(A-1) indoor activity
                                                                          Deadly Waters (Grades 3-12)
                                                                          Girl Scouts will name and describe different sources of aquatic
Aquatic Roots (Grades 5-12)                                               pollution. They will analyze the pollutants found in a hypo-
Girl Scouts use reference materials and reinforce library skills to       thetical river. Girls graph the quantities of described pollutants
research various local aquatic plants and!or animals. They will           and make recommendations about actions that could improve
categorize local aquatic animals andlor aquatic plants as natives         the habitat.
or exotics. Girls will investigate the impacts of aquatic wildlife        materials: 10 different colors of construction paper (2 sheets
and plants on people and other animals.                                   of each color), writing or graph paper, tape or glue, paper
materials: world map, yarn, paper, reference materials, list of           punch, "Pollutant Information" sheets (one sheet per girl),
local exotic plants and animals, encyclopedias, reference books           1/4 teaspoon measuring spoon (if using paper punch tokens),
Note: local fish ~d wildlife agencies, nature societies, wildlife         1 tablespoon measuring spoon (if using 112-inch square tokens)
organizations and garden clubs can assist in developing list.             (A-137) indoor activity
(A-93) indoor activity
                                                                          Designing A Habitat (Grades 4-12)
Aquatic Times (Grades 1-12)                                               Girl Scouts will design a habitat suitable for aquatic wildlife to
Girl Scouts investigate, write and produce a newspaper that               survive in a zoo or an aquarium and identifY the components of
features aquatic information and issues. They will use the simu-          habitat that are essential for most aquatic animals to survive.
lated newspaper to identifY a diversity of issues related to              materials: 3-by 5-inch index cards, art supplies, writing materi-
aquatic organisms and habitats, and develop their own opinions            als, papier mache, modeling clay, gallon jars, string, cardboard,
concerning some current aquatic wildlife and habitat issues.              cardboard boxes. (Boxes can be used as frames for models.)
materials: library resources, current nature magazines (e.g.              (A-19) indoor activity
Wildlift in North Carolina, Ranger Rick, National Geographic),
writing materials
                                                                          Dragonfly Pond (Grades 4-12)
Optional: typewriters, cameras, tape recorders, computers
                                                                          Girl Scouts create a collage of human land-use activities around
(A -117) indoor activity
                                                                          an image of a pond. Girls evaluate the effects of different kinds
                                                                          ofland use on wetland habitats and discuss and evaluate
Are You Me? (Grades K-2)                                                  lifestyle changes to minimize damaging effects on wetlands.
Girl Scouts use picture cards and match pairs of juvenile and             materials: You will need all supplies listed below for every 3
adult aquatic animals. They will be able to recognize various             girls: scissors, masking tape, paste or glue, paper, one set of
young stages of aquatic animals and match them with corre-                "Land-use cutouts," one "Dragonfly Pond" cutout, a large piece
sponding adult stages.                                                    of paper (measuring 18 by 24) upon which to fasten the cutouts
materials: cardboard for making picture cards, marking pens,              (A-143) indoor activity
colored pencils or crayons
(A-B) indoor activity
Edge Of Home, The (Grades 4-12)                                        How Wet Is Our Planet? (Grades 4-12)
Girl Scouts explore the concept of ecotones       visiting places      Girl Scouts calculate water volumes using percentages to describe
where wildlife habitats          and identifYing the characteris-      the amount and distribution of water on the earth, then make
tics of these areas.                                                   inferences about the importance of responsible use of water.
materials: poster paints or water colors, pencils, paper, long rope    materials: a large display map of the world, a l2-inch diameter
or string for marking intervals in I-foot segments, clipboards         globe (one showing ocean bottom relief or depths is best), a 5-
Optional: camera                                                       or lO-gallon aquarium, writing materials, calculators, measuring
(A-6l) indoor and outdoor activity                                     cup, one quart container and one measuring tablespoon for
                                                                             3 participants
                                                                              indoor activity
Facts and Falsehoods (Grades
Girl Scouts analyze and evaluate printed material according to
criteria       establish for quality, balance and fairness.   will
                own informational presentations         these
'U."C'.H'H~o collections                                                                                               to list and
                                                                       describe          ways            can be beneficial to HUUl<Ui0
                                                                       wildlife and the environment.
                                                                       materials: paper,        art            standard         refer-
                        area                                           ence resources
                         cameras; darkroom facilities                          indoor


                                                                                                  Heroes And Heroines
Fashion A Fish                                                                              people,         news         current
Girl Scouts           a                         for various aquatic    events, local newspapers or other means, who have made contri-
habitats. The created                        to describe adaptations   butions toward                           aquatic environments.
of fish to their environments and interpret how specific adapta-       Girls describe their                interviewing them,
tions       fish survive in the aquatic habitat.
            five cards for each adaptation from the provided                              materials, envelopes,
masters (mouth,                  coloration, reproduction), art                   tape recorder, video recorder, camera, film, dark-
materials,                                     -
Note:                 and coloration are the        cards needed for            indoor and outdoor

                or outdoor
                                                                                                  3-6)

               Who (Grades
             make an            of fish habitats that exist in their
local area, obtain information about the various fish           that
occur in these habitats and locate the fish




                                      information about
local area
Micro Odyssey (Grades 4-12)
Girl Scouts examine, draw, paint and identifY organisms in
                                                                      •   Riparian Retreat (Grades 6-12)
                                                                          Girl Scouts create an awareness of a riparian zone through use
pond water by illustrating their interrelations.                          of guided imagery, field trip and!or art work. They will describe
materials: pond water, hand lenses, magnifiers, fine mesh nets,           habitat characteristics of riparian areas, identifY animals that
microscopes, writing materials, art supplies (paints, poster              inhabit riparian areas and state the importance of riparian areas
paper, mural paper, tape)                                                 to wildlife and humans.
(A-57) indoor and outdoor activity                                        materials: art materials, water colors, acrylics, poster paints,
                                                                          crayons
                                                                          (A-31) indoor or outdoor activity
Migration Headache (Grades 4-12)
Girl Scouts role play migrating water birds traveling between
nesting habitats and wintering grounds. They will determine               Something's Fishy Here! (Grades 2-8)
the hazards in nesting and wintering habitat areas. Girls will list       Girl Scouts read a book or a story and create their own ending
limiting factors affecting populations of migrating water birds,          that would lead to environmental action in their community.
predict the effects of such limiting factors and describe the             They will identifY potential cause-and-effect relationships
effects of habitat loss and degradation on populations of migrat-         involving aquatic pollution. Girls will examine their attitudes
ing water birds.                                                          regarding aquatic pollution, generate and evaluate alternative
materials: large playing area of gymnasium, 2 paper plates per 3          solutions to problems of aquatic pollution and outline a plan to
girls or use 12-inch squares of carpet samples                            initiate environmental action to reduce the negative conse-
(A -87) indoor or outdoor activity                                        quences of aquatic pollution in their communities.
                                                                          materials: one copy of the story for each girl, writing materials
                                                                          (A-169) indoor activity
Net Gain, Net Effect (Grades 3-6)
Girl Scouts conduct a simulation to explore the evolution of
fishing and the effects of changing technology on fish popula-            To Dam Or Not To Dam (Grades 4-12)
tions. They will describe the evolution of fishing from the tech-         Girl Scouts role-play individuals representing different perspec-
niques of early humans to contemporary times, and interpret               tives and concerns related to potential positive and negative
the possible effects of changes in technology on fish populations.        effects from constructing a dam on a river.
materials: nets of differing mesh size, onion bags, potato bags,          materials: role-playing cards
fruit bags or netting from hardware store, plain cloth fabric (i.e.       (A-125) indoor activity
muslin) for nets, variety of dried beans and grains (one pound
each oflima beans, pinto beans, black beans, lentils, rice), writ-
                                                                          Turtle Hurdles (Grades 4-12)
ing materials, 4 containers large and deep enough to hold 1/4 of
                                                                          Girl Scouts become sea turtles or limiting factors in an active
the beans and grains
                                                                          game. They will be able to describe the life cycle of sea turtles,
(A -97) indoor or outdoor activity
                                                                          identifY specific mortality factors related to sea turtles, make
                                                                          inferences about the effects of limiting factors on sea turtle pop-
Plastic Jellyfish (Grades K-12)                                           ulations and make recommendations for ways to minimize the
Girl Scouts monitor the plastic waste generated in their own              factors that contribute to the possible extinction of sea turtles.
households; research effects of plastic waste on freshwater and           materials: large outdoor area or gymnasium, string or rope to
saltwater life; and propose various ways to lessen the plastic            mark the playing area (approximately 500 feet), 4 traffic cones
waste problem.                                                            to mark corners, photocopied sets of "Turtle Cards" (about
materials: plastic waste from home                                        1,500 cards per 30 girls), identity tag for each limiting factor, 2
(A-159) indoor and outdoor activity                                       packets of 3-by 5-inch index cards for year tokens, container
                                                                          (e.g., wastebasket) for the mortality zone
                                                                          (A-153) indoor or outdoor activity
Puddle Wonders! (Grades 2-12)
Girl Scouts observe nearby puddles, how they change and any
                                                                          Water Canaries (Grades 4-12)
wildlife that may be associated with them. Older girls also mea-
                                                                          Girl Scouts investigate a stream or pond using water sampling
sure the depth, area and volume of the puddles.
                                                                          techniques. From these samples, Girls will be able to identifY
materials: none for younger girls; for older girls - pencils, data
                                                                          several aquatic organisms, and assess the relative environmental
sheets, measuring instruments (rulers, yardsticks, tape mea-
                                                                          quality of a stream or pond based on indicators of pH, water
sures), string to use in making measurements.
                                                                          temperature, and the presence of a diversity of organisms.
(A-21) indoor and outdoor activity
                                                                          materials: reference books with taxonomic keys (e.g., The
                                                                          Golden Guide to Pond Life), sampling equipment, seine nets,
                                                                          sieves, trays, assorted containers, white trays (plastic, Styrofoam,
                                                                          porcelain), magnifYing lenses, eye droppers, forceps, water-
                                                                          quality test kit, thermometer, meter sticks, tape measure
                                                                          (A-35) outdoor activity
Water Plant Art (Grades K-12)
Girl Scouts will be able to identifY a variety of aquatic plants
                                                                       •   Wedand Metaphors (Grades 1-12)
                                                                           Girl Scouts will use familiar "hands-on" objects as examples of
and to create artwork from pressed aquatic plants.                         metaphors for natural functions of wedands to give them a bet-
materials: seaweed, grasses or samples of other aquatic plants,            ter understanding of characteristics and importance of wedands
shallow pan filled with fresh water, heavy and porous white                to wild and human life.
paper, wax paper, newspapers, several large heavy books, or                materials: a large pillowcase, bag or box, a small pillow, soap,
plant press if available, waterproof marking pen                           eggbeater or mixer, small doll cradle, sieve or strainer, sponge,
Note: A guide to common aquatic plants would be helpful. The               paper coffee filter, antacid tablets, small box of cereal, and 3x5
Golden Press guides to pond life and seashores are suggested               cards for pictures that could represent other wedand metaphors.
examples of available resources.                                           (A-49) indoor or outdoor activity
(A-ll) indoor and outdoor activity
                                                                           Whale Of A Tail (Grades 2-8)
Water We Eating? (Grades K-12)                                             Girl Scouts describe the sizes of different whales compared to
Girl Scouts visit a local supermarket or grocery store and                 their own body size. Girls compute, graph, measure and draw
compile a list of products that originate in aquatic habitats.             or sculpt life-size replicas of whales.
They will describe the importance of aquatic environments                  materials: I-inch grid paper (photocopied from provided mas-
as food sources.                                                           ter), large sheets of paper (24-by 32-inch flip chart or butcher
materials: transportation for a field trip to a local grocery store,       paper), 200 to 300 feet of twine, writing materials, measuring
writing materials, paper, clipboard, world map, magazines or               devices (meter sticks, yardsticks, tape measures), chalk, carpen-
newspapers if field trip is not possible                                   ter's chalkline
(A-113) indoor activity                                                    (A-27) outdoor (optional indoor) activity

Water Wings (Grades 5-9)                                                   Where Does Water Run Off After School? (Grades 6-12)
Girl Scouts illustrate the water cycle and describe the interrela-         Girl Scouts describe relationships between precipitation, runoff
tion of the world's waters. They will restate the importance of            and aquatic habitats. They will measure and calculate the area
water to people, plants and animals. This activity utilizes guided         of a large outdoor site, i.e. schoolyard or parking lot; calculate
imagery, artwork and poetry-writing skills.                                the volume and weight of water falling on the designated area;
materials: tape-recorded music of water sounds or "ecosystem"              and determine specific and annual rainfall. Girls will use the
recordings of an aquatic habitat, art materials (water-based               collected data to trace the path of water runoff to aquatic habitats.
paints, brushes, paper, containers for the water, writing materials        materials: writing materials, calculator, trundle wheel, meter or
(A-3) indoor and outdoor activity                                          yardsticks, long piece of twine, rain gauge, local rainfall data
                                                                           (A-75) indoor and outdoor activity
Watered Down History (Grades 4-8)
                  , ",·14"
Girl Scouts investigate the history of a chosen waterway                   Where Have All The Salmon Gone? (Grades 6-12)
thrQugh standard reference sources as well as taped personal               Girl Scouts graph and interpret actual fish populations data in
interviews and public records, where available. Girls will display         relation to historical events. They will interpret and make infer-
their findings on a mural.                                                 ences about fluctuations in fish populations from actual data
materials: county, state and/or regional maps, names of agencies           and analyze the effects of human use and habitat changes on a
responsible for historical records, art materials                          fish population.
Optional: names oflocal, older citizens who might be inter-                materials: graph paper, copies of fish-catch data, information
viewed and tape recorder                                                   about each fish species and historical information
(A-I09) indoor (optional outdoor) activity                                 (A-I03) indoor activity

Watershed (Grades 4-12)
Girl Scouts describe the characteristics of watersheds, measure
the area of a small watershed and calculate the amount of water
it receives each year. Girls discuss the varied roles watersheds
play in human and wildlife habitats. In addition, they will give
examples of how watersheds can be conserved and protected.
materials: 6 stakes or markers, hammer, two 50-foot measuring
tapes, two 100-foot measuring tapes, writing materials, clip-
boards, large pad of paper for display
Note: Twine or heavy string can be marked at intervals and
used instead of measuring tapes.
(A-163) indoor and outdoor activity
PAQUATIC WILD ACTIVITIES
 ROJECT WILD AND

Girl Scout Cross Reference
The following cross-reference is designed to assist you when choosing WILD activities to use with
your Girl Scouts. The cross-reference includes Daisy Girl Scout Scrapbook Activities, Brownie Girl
Scout Try-Its, Junior Girl Scout Badges and Signs and Cadette and Senior Girl Scout Interest
Projects. Refer to the "Indoor/Outdoor Activities List" and the "Activity Description and Materials
List" for additional information about the suggested WILD activities .

DAISY GIRL
SCOUTS
Project WILD Activity

And The W olfWore Shoes
                                  •
                                Scrapbook Activity

                                Animals I Like
                                                                •   Project WILD Activity

                                                                    Thicket Game, The
                                                                                                      Scrapbook Activity

                                                                                                      Animals I Like
                                                                                                      Things I Count
CanDo!                          And My Country
                                                                    Too Close For Comfort             People in my Community
Classroom Carrying Capacity My Numbers                                                                This Is How I Help People
                            Things I Count
                                                                    What Bear Goes Where?             Animals I Like
Color Crazy                     Colors In Nature                                                      Designs In Nature
                                Make A Dog                                                            Make A Puzzle
                                Make A Puzzle
                                Painting                            What's Wild?                      Animals I Like
                                Rainbow-Bridging
                                                                    Wildlife Is Everywhere            Animals I Like
Ethi-Thinking                   And My Country                                                        Colors In Nature
                                Ways I Fix Things                                                     Designs In Nature
                                                                                                      Field Trip
Everybody Needs A Home          Can You Make A Picture                                                Shapes On A Nature Walk
                                   From This?
                                People In My Community              Wildwork                          Grow Up
                                This Is How I Help People

First Impressions               Animals I Like
                                                                    Aquatic WILD Activity             Scrapbook Activity
Forest In Ajar                  Plants I Grow
                                                                    Are You Me?                       Animals I Like
Learning To Look,               Designs In Nature
   Looking To See               Field Trip                          Fashion A Fish                    Animals I Like
                                Things I See Around Me                                                Colors In Nature
                                                                                                      Shapes On A Nature Walk
Make A Coat!                    Animals I Like
                                                                    Water We Eating?                  Food
Playing Lightly On The Earth Ways I Fix Things                                                        Things I Taste

Saturday Morning Wildlife       Animals I Like                      Water Plant Art                   Colors In Nature
   Watching                                                                                           Designs In Nature
                                                                                                      Painting
Seed Need                       Plants I Grow                                                         Play Dough
                                                                                                      Shapes On A Nature Walk
Seeing Is Believing             Make A Puzzle
                                Things I See Around Me

Surprise Terrarium              Colors In Nature
                                Things I See Around Me
BROWNIE
GIRL SCOUTS
Project WILD Activity      T ry- It                   •   Project WILD Activity        Try-It

Adaptation Artistry        Animals                        Everybody Needs A Home       Animals
                           Puppets, Dolls And Plays                                    Building Art
                                                                                       Earth And Sky
And The W olfWore Shoes    Animals                                                     Earth Is Our Home
                                                                                       Hobbies
Animal Charades            Dancercize
                           Play                           First Impressions            Animals
                           Sports and Games
                                                          Forest In AJar               Animals
Animal Poetry              Creative Composing                                          Earth And Sky
                                                                                       Earth Is Our Home
Ants On A Twig             Animals                                                     Outdoor Happenings
                           Science In Action                                           Water Everywhere

Beautiful Basics, The      Animals                        Graphananimal                Animals
                           Earth And Sky                                               Earth And Sky
                           Earth Is Our Home                                           Earth Is Our Home
                           Food Fun                                                    Math Fun
                           Good Food
                                                          Grasshopper Gravity          Animals
Can Do!                    Animals                                                     Math Fun
                           Citizen Near And Far                                        Senses
                           Her Story
                                                          Habitat Lap Sit              Earth And Sky
Classroom Carrying Capacity Animals                                                    Earth Is OUf Home
                            Math Fun                                                   Play
                                                                                       Sports And Games
Color Crazy                Animals
                           Art To Wear                    Habitracks!                  Animals
                           Colors And Shapes                                           Earth And Sky
                           Hobbies                                                     Earth Is Our Home
                           Numbers And Shapes                                          Outdoor Adventurer
                           Puppets, Dolls and Plays                                    Outdoor Fun

Eco-Enrichers              Science In Action              How Many Bears Can Live      Animals
                                                            In This Forest?            Math Fun
Environmental Barometer    Animals
                           Earth And Sky                  Keeping Score                Plants
                           Earth Is Our Home
                           Math Fun                       Learning To Look, Looking    Animals
                           Outdoor Adventurer                To See                    Outdoor Adventurer
                                                                                       Outdoor Fun
E thi -Thinking            Animals                                                     Senses
                           Citizen Near And Far
                           Earth And Sky                  Let's Go Fly A Kite          Movers
                           Earth Is Our Home                                           Pltay
                           Her Story
                                                          Make A Coat!                 Listening To The Past
                                                                                       Math Fun

                                                          Museum Search For Wildlife   Animals
Project WILD Activity        Try-It               •   Project WILD Activity          Try-It

Muskox Maneuvers             Play                     What's That, Habitat?          Animals
                                                                                     Building Art
My Kingdom For A Shelter     Water Everywhere                                        Earth And Sky
                                                                                     Earth Is Our Home
Oh Deer!                     Play                                                    Hobbies

Owl Pellets                  Food Fun                 What's Wild?                   Animals
                             Good Food
                             Plants                   Wildlife In National Symbols   Listening To The Past

Playing Lightly On The Earth Animals                  Wildlife Is Everywhere         Animals
                             Earth And Sky                                           Earth And Sky
                             Earth Is Our Home                                       Earth Is Our Home
                             Play                                                    Outdoor Adventurer
                             Sports And Games                                        Water Everywhere

Polar Bears In Phoenix?      Animals                  Wildwork                       Careers
                                                                                     Her Story
Qyick Frozen Critters        Animals                                                 Hobbies
                             Play                                                    Senses
                             Sports And Games

Saturday Morning Wildlife   . Animals
   Watching

Seeing Is Believing          Animals
   The Eyes Have It          Senses

Surprise Terrarium           Animals
                             Earth And Sky
                             Earth Is Our Home

Thicket Game,'fhe            Animals
                             Earth And Sky
                             Earth Is Our Home
                             Play
                             Sports And Games

Too Close For Comfort        Animals
                             Building Art

Tracks!                      Animals
                             Outdoor Happenings

What Bear Goes Where?        Animals

What Did Your Lunch          Plants
  Cost Wildlife?

What's For Dinner?           Animals
                             Food Fun
                             Good Food
JUNIOR
GIRL SCOUTS                           ~
                                    GIRL SCOUTS®

Project WILD Activity     Badge                Activity #   •   Project WILD Activity         Badge                 Activity #

Any Report, graph, ect.   Computer Fun                          CanDo!                        World of the Out-of-Doors
                                                                                                 Dabbler D.l, D.2, G.l, G.2
Adaptation Artistry       World of the Arts                                                   Eco-Action           1,7,8,9
                             Dabbler                 E.2                                      Ecology                     9
                          Ceramics and Clay          1,7                                      Hiker                       7
                          Ecology                      5                                      Outdoor Fun /City        7,11
                          Water Fun                    6                                      Walking for Fitness         7
                          Wildlife                     6                                      Wildlife                    4
                          Arts and Media               2                                      Junior Citizen              8
                                                                                              Do-It-Yourself              4
And The W olfWore Shoes   Books                        2                                      Ready for Tomorrow        5,9
                          "Doing" Hobbies                                                     Making Decisions            5
                                                                                              Leadership                7,8
Animal Charades           Wildlife                     5                                      SIGN OF THE SATELLITE
                          Plants and Animals         2,6                                      SIGN OF THE SUN
                          Pet Care                     1                                      SIGN OF THE WORLD

Animal Poetry             World of the Arts                     Cartoons and Bumper Stickers "Collecting" Hobbies
                            Dabbler                D.l
                          World of the Out-of-Doors             Changing Attitudes            Outdoor Cook                5,6
                            Dabbler                 B.2                                       Water Fun                     9
                          Outdoor Creativity    4,8,9                                         Ready for Tomorrow            8
                          Outdoor Fun                 5
                          Wildlife                    5         Checks and Balances           Ecology                       2
                          Water Wonders              12
                          "Doing" Hobbies                       Classroom Carrying Capacity   Creative Solutions            5

Ants On A Twig            World of the Out-of-Doors             Color Crazy                   World of the Arts
                             Dabbler                B.l                                          Dabbler                E.2
                          Outdoor Fun                 5                                       Drawing & Painting        All
                          Wildlife                    5                                       Visual Arts                 1
                          Science in the Worlds     E.l                                       World of the Out-of-Doors
                          "Doing" Hobbies                                                        Dabbler                B.l
                                                                                              Outdoor Creativity          1
Bearly Born               World of Today and Tomorrow                                         SciencelWorlds            C.2
                            Dabbler                H.2                                        Arts and Media              2

Beautiful Basics, The     Ecology                      2        Deadly Links                  Ecology                      9
                          Wildlife                     5                                      Active Citizen               3
                          Plants and Animals           2                                      Geography Fun                4
                                                                                              Food, Fibers and       1,3,4,8
Cabin Conflict            Creative Solutions           5                                         Farming
                                                                                              Science / Worlds            B.3

                                                                Does Wildlife Sell Cigarettes? Communication Arts           7
                                                                                               Consumer Power               5
                                                                                               Healthy Living               6
Project WILD Activity     Badge               Activity #   •   Project WILD Activity          Badge                Activity #

Drawing On Nature         World of the Arts                    Everybody Needs A Home         World of the Out-of-Doors
                             Dabbler       A.2, B.1, G.1                                         Dabbler                Al
                          Ecology                      1                                      Outdoor Fun/City           7
                          Outdoor Creativity           1                                      Arts and Media             2
                          Water Wonders               12
                          "Making" Hobbies                     First Impressions              World of the Out-of-Doors
                          Arts and Media               2                                        Dabbler                 Al

Eco-Enrichers             World of the Out-of-Doors            Flip The Switch For Wildlife   Eco-Action                    2
                            Dabbler             A2, B.1                                       Do- It- Yourself           2, 7
                          Ecology                     1                                       Science Sleuth               5
                          Foods, Fibers/ Farming      1                                       SIGN OF THE SATELLITE
                          Geology                     8                                       SIGN OF THE WORLD
                          "Doing" Hobbies
                                                               Forest In Ajar                 Eco-Action                   6
Enviro-Ethics             Eco-Action                  1                                       Ecology                      3
                          Outdoor Cook              5,6                                       Geology                      8
                          Outdoor Fun/City           11                                       Plants and Animals           5
                          Water Fun                   9
                          Active Citizen              3        Good Buddies                   World of the Out-of-Doors
                          Geography Fun               4                                          Dabbler                Al
                          Foods, Fibers/Farming     1,4                                       Ecology                      2
                          Ready for Tomorrow          7                                       Plants and Animals        1, 4
                          Water Wonders              14
                                                               Graphananimal                  Outdoor Fun/City            7
Environmental Barometer   World of the Out-of-Doors                                           Wildlife                   5
                            Dabbler            D.1, D.2                                       World of Today and Tomorrow
                          Ecology                      1                                         Dabbler               H.2
                          Outdoor Fun                  5                                      SciencelWorlds           E.1
                          Water Fun                    5
                          World of Today and Tomorrow          Grasshopper Gravity            World of the Out-of-Doors
                            Dabbler                  I.1                                         Dabbler                A2
                          Water Wonders               13                                      Ecology                     5
                          JUNIORNDE                                                           Outdoor Creativity          2
                                                                                              Troop Camper                8
E thi -Reasoning          Ecology                     9                                       Wilillifu                   5
                          Foods, Fibers/Farming       4                                       World of Today and Tomorrow
                          Ready for Tomorrow          6                                          Dabbler                I.1

Ethi-Thinking             Eco-Action                  1        Habitat Lap Sit                Ecology                      2
                          Outdoor Cook             5, 6                                       Troop Camper                 9
                          Small Craft                 4                                       Creative Solutions           2
                          Troop Camper                2
                          Water Fun                   9        Habitat Rummy                  World of the Out-of-Doors
                          Active Citizen              3                                          Dabbler                A.1
                          Geography Fun               4                                       Ecology                     1
                          Junior Citizen              2                                       Outdoor Fun in the City     7
                          Foods, Fiber and Farming 1, 4                                       Plants and Animals          1
                          Water Wonders             14
                          Making Decisions            5
                          Your Outdoor Surroundings 3
Project WILD Activity        Badge               Activity #   •   Project WILD Activity        Badge                Activity #

Habitracks                   World of the Out-of-Doors            Let's Go Fly A Kite          Outdoor Fun                5
                                Dabbler D.1, D.2, E.1, G.2                                     Outdoor Fun/City           3
                             Ecology                     1                                     World of Today and Tomorrow
                             Finding Your Way            4                                       Dabbler                D.2
                             Hiker                       5                                     Aerospace                5,6
                             Outdoor Fun                 5                                     "Making" Hobbies
                             Outdoor Fun/City            7
                             Troop Camper                8        Litter We Know               Communication Arts          6
                             Your Outdoor Surroundings 8                                       World of the Out-of-Doors
                                                                                                 Dabbler                 G.1
Habitrekking                 Ecology                     1                                     Eco-Action             1,8,9
                             Outdoor Fun/City            7                                     Outdoor Fun/City           11
                                                                                               Small Craft                 4
Here Today, Gone Tomorrow Ecology                    1                                         Walking for Fitness         7
                          Wildlife                   4                                         Making Decisions            5
                          Geography Fun              1                                         SIGN OF THE SATELLITE
                          Plants and Animals         6                                         SIGN OF THE WORLD
                          Ready for Tomorrow         5
                          ScienceIWorlds           B.3            Lobster In Your Lunch Box    Outdoor Cook             1,10
                          Your Outdoor Surroundings 4                                          Outdoor Creativity          7
                                                                                               Plants and Animals          7
How Many Bears Can Live      Ecology                     2                                     World of Well-Being
  In This Forest?            JUNIORAlDE                                                           Dabbler                C.2
                                                                                               Exploring Healthy Eating    2
Improving Wildlife Habitat   World of the Out-of-Doors                                         SIGN OF THE WORLD
   In The Community             Dabbler      D.2, G.1, G.2
                             Eco-Action                   9       Make A Coat!                 Art to Wear                A6
                             Ecology                      9                                    Plants and Animals           3
                             Outdoor Fun/City             7                                    Looking Your Best            2
                             Wildlife                     4
                             Junior Citizen               8       Microtrek Scavenger Hunt     World of the Out-of-Doors
                             Ready for Tomorrow        5, 9                                       Dabbler           AI, A.2
                             Making Decisions             5                                    Ecology                1, 6, 8
                             SIGN OF THE SATELLITE                                             Outdoor Fun                  5
                             SIGN OF THE WORLD                                                 Outdoor Fun/City             7
                                                                                               Troop Camper                 9
Keeping Score                World of the Out-of-Doors                                         Wildlife                     5
                               Dabbler                 G.2                                     World of People
                             Outdoor Fun/City           11                                        Dabbler                E.1
                             Wil&fu                      4
                             World of People                      Migration Barriers           Drawing and Painting        8
                               Dabbler                 E.1                                     World of the Out-of-Doors
                             Making Decisions            5                                       Dabbler                 G.1
                             SIGN OF THE SATELLITE
                             SIGN OF THE WORLD                    Museum Search For Wildlife   Art in the Round             9
                                                                                               Outdoor Creativity           1
Learning To Look,            World of the Out-of-Doors                                         Plants and Animals           3
   Looking To See               Dabbler                Al                                      Science Discovery            9
                             Ecology                1, 6, 8
                             Outdoor Fun/City             7       Muskox Maneuvers             Ecology                      2
                             Troop Camper                 8
                             World of People
                                Dabbler                E.1
                             ScienceIWorlds            E.1
                             Water Wonders          11,13
                             "Collecting" Hobbies
                             JUNIORAlDE
Project WILD Activity        Badge                Activity #     Project WILD Activity

    Kingdom For A Shelter    World of the Arts                   Pond Succession              World of the Arts
                               Dabbler                 B.2                                       Dabbler                B.l
                             World of the Out-of-Doors                                        Drawing and Painting        8
                               Dabbler                A.l                                     World of the Out-of-Doors
                             Outdoor Fun/City            7                                       Dabbler                G.2
                             Wildlife                    5                                    Eco-Action                  8
                             World of Today and Tomorrow                                      Ecology                     3
                               Dabbler                 I.1                                    Arts and Media              2

No Water Off A Duck's Back                                9      Power Of A        The        Musician                    2
                                                          4                                   World of the Out-of-Doors
                                                        B.3                                     Dabbler                 B.2
                                                                                              Outdoor                4,8,9
Oh Deer!                                                     2                                Water Wonders
                             Outdoor                         5                                        Hobbies
                             Wildlife                   5,                                            Media               1

Owl Pellets                  W orId of the Out-of-Doors                Frozen Critters                                    2
                               Dabbler                  A.l                                   Outdoor Fun                 5
                             Ecology                      1                                   Outdoor                     7
                             World of Today and Tomorrow
                               Dabbler                  I.l      Rainfall And The Forest                                 1,4
                                                                                              Finding                      1
Photos Keep It Happening!    Communication Arts              6                                Weather Watch                5
                             Photography                     7
                             Outdoor Creativity              2                     Wildlife   Communication Arts          11
                                                                    Watching                  Exploring Healthy Eating     9
Planning For People          W orId of the Out-of-Doors                                              Living Skills         1
   And Wildlife                Dabbler             G.l, G.2                                   Consumer Power               3
                                 Community              3, 8
                                                                 Seed Need                                                3
        Animals                    Fibers/Farming         4                                                 Hobbies
                             SciencelWorlds             B.3
                                                                                   The                                    5
              On The Earth World of the Out-of-Doors
                             Dabbler                 D.2
                           Eco-Action                  1                                      Active Citizen              3
                                 Fun                   3                                                  Fun             4
                                   Fun                 5
                           Outdoor                     1                                      Eco--Action                 7
                                                     2,9                                                                  4

                                                                                              Arts and Media




                                                                 Thicket       The            World of the Out-of-Doors
                                                                                                Dabbler                 D.2
                                                                                                                          5
                                                                                              Outdoor Fun                 5
                                                                                                     AIDE
Project WILD Activity    Badge                 Activity #                   Activity

To Zone Or Not To Zone   Communication Arts            4    What Did Your Lunch                                      9
                         Ready for Tomorrow            8      Cost Wildlife?           Outdoor Cook              1, 10
                                                                                       Outdoor Creativity            7
Too Close For Comfort    World of the Out-of-Doors                                     Geography Fun                 4
                            Dabbler                B.2                                 Food, Fibers / Farming        3
                         Creative Solutions          5                                 Plants and Animals            7
                         Geography Fun               4                                 World of Well-Being
                         World of Today and Tomorrow                                      Dabbler                 C.2
                            Dabbler                H.2                                 Exploring          Eating     2
                                                                                       SIGN OF THE WORLD
Tracks!                  fiJtin the Round              7
                         Frosty Fun                   10    What's For Dinner?         World of the Out-of-Doors
                         Outdoor Fun                   5                                 Dabbler                 C2
                                     Hobbies                                                                      2
                                                                                                                    4
Urban Nature Search      World of the Out-of-Doors                                                               1, 10
                            Dabbler                Al                                  Outdoor                       7
                               Fun                  10                                 Plants and                    7
                                  Fun/City           7                                 World
                         World of People                                                  Dabbler                 C.2
                            Dabbler                E.l                                 SIGN OF THE WORLD
                         World of Today and Tomorrow
                            Dabbler                1.1      What's         Habitat?    World of the Out-of-Doors
                         SciencelWodds             E.l                                   Dabbler                 Al
                         Water Wonders              13
                         SIGN OF THE SATELLITE              What's Wild?               World of the Out-of-Doors
                         SIGN OF THE WORLD                                                Dabbler                B.1
                                                                                       Plants and Animals        2, 6
Visual Vocabulary        World of the Arts
                           Dabbler                   F.2    Who Fits Here?             Outdoor                      7
                         Theater                     7,9
                         Outdoor Creativity          6,8    VVho Lives Here?                                        5
                         Water Wonders                12
                         "Doing" Hobbies                    Wild Words                 World of the Out-of-Doors
                                                                                         Dabbler                 B.l
Water's       On?!       World of the Out-of-Doors                                                               3,9
                           Dabbler                 G.l                                 Outdoor             4,6,9,10
                         Eco-Action                   8                                Outdoor                     7
                                                      9                                                             8
                                    Fun               5                                VVater Fun
                                        and Tomorrow                                   World          and Tomorrow
                           Dabbler                 B.2                                   Dabbler
                         VVater Wonders            4, 5
                         HHUUL'",Decisions            5                                Water Wonders
                         SIGN OF     SATELLITE                                                Hobbies
                         SIGN OF THE "WORLD                                                   Media                 8




                                                                                         Dabbler
Project WILD Activity    Badge               Activity #   •   Aquatic WILD Activity     Badge                Activity #

Wildlife Is Everywhere   World of the Out-of-Doors            Any report, graph, etco   Computer Fun                  8
                            Dabbler            A.l, B.l
                         Ecology                      1       Alice In Waterland        World of the Out-of-Doors
                         Frosty Fun                  10                                   Dabbler                 G.2
                         Outdoor Fun/City             7                                 Ecology                   1,9
                         Small Craft                  4                                 Outdoor Fun                 5
                         Troop Camper                 8                                 World of Today and Tomorrow
                         Walking for Fitness          8                                   Dabbler                 B.2
                         Water Fun                    5                                 Water Wonders             4,5
                         World of People                                                SIGN OF THE SATELLITE
                            Dabbler                 Eol                                 SIGN OF THE WORLD
                         World of Today and Tomorrow                                    JUNIOR AIDE
                            Dabbler                 1.1
                         Foods, FiberslFarming        4       Aqua Words                World of the Arts
                         SciencelWorlds             Eol                                   Dabbler                   Dol
                                                                                        Ecology                        1
Wildwork                 World of the Out-of-Doors                                      Outdoor Creativity          4, 9
                            Dabbler                B.2                                  Water Wonders                12
                         Eco-Action                  5                                  "Doing" Hobbies
                         Outdoor Fun/City           10                                  JUNIOR AIDE
                         Wildlife                    7
                         Women Today                 1        Aquatic Roots             World of the Arts
                         World of Today and Tomorrow                                      Dabbler                 Dol
                            Dabbler               H.2                                   World of the Out-of-Doors
                         Computer Fun           1,4,5                                     Dabbler                 G.2
                         Plants and Animals          9                                  Ecology                     1
                         SciencelWorlds            Bol                                  Water Fun                   5
                         Water Wonders              10                                  Water Wonders           7, 13
                         Careers                     9
                         SIGN OF THE SATELLITE                Aquatic Times             Ecology                       9
                         SIGN OF THE WORLD                                              "Doing" Hobbies

                                                              Are You Me?               Plants and Animals            1

                                                              Blue Ribbon Niche         World of the Arts
                                                                                           Dabbler        A.2, B.l, B.2
                                                                                        Art in the Round             11
                                                                                        Ceramics and Clay           1, 7
                                                                                        World of the Out-of-Doors
                                                                                           Dabbler A.l, Bol, Dol, D.2
                                                                                        Ecology                        1
                                                                                        Outdoor Creativity          1, 6
                                                                                        Water Fun                      5
                                                                                        SciencelWorlds              Eol
                                                                                        Water Wonder            11, 13
                                                                                        "Doing" Hobbies

                                                              Deadly Skies              Eco-Action                 4
                                                                                        Ecology                    9
                                                                                        Active Citizen             3
                                                                                        Geography Fun              4
                                                                                        World of Today and Tomorrow
                                                                                           Dabbler               H.2
                                                                                        Water Wonders              2
                                                                                        Science Discovery          3
                                                                                        SIGN OF THE SATELLITE
                                                                                        SIGN OF THE WORLD
        WILD               Badge                Activity #           WILD         Badge

Puddle Wonders!            Ecology                  1,4      Water We Eating?     Outdoor Cook              1, 10
                           Outdoor Creativity          6                          Outdoor Creativity               7
                           Outdoor Fun/City            7                          Outdoor Fun/City                 8
                           World of Today and Tomorrow                            Food, Fibers/Farming         3
                             Dabbler            H.2, I.l                          Plants and Animals               7
                           JUNIOR AIDE                                            World of Well-Being
                                                                                     Dabbler                 C.2
Riparian Retreat           Drawing and Painting 1, 2, 8, 9                        SIGN OF THE WORLD
                           World of the Out-of-Doors
                              Dabbler                 D.2    Water                World of the Arts
                                                      1,4                           Dabbler                  D.l
                                                         4                                                     9
                                          and Tomorrow                                                         2
                                                       I.1
                           ScienceIWorlds             C.2    Watered Down         World of the Arts
                           Water Wonders                13                          Dabbler
                                                                                           and                     8
                   Here!   Books
                           Eco-Action            1,8,9       Watershed            World of the Out-of-Doors
                           Outdoor Cook             5,6                             Dabbler                 G.2
                           Water Fun                  9                                                       1
                           "Doing" Hobbies                                                      and Tomorrow
                           Your Outdoor Surroundings 3                              Dabbler                 H.2
                           SIGN OF THE SATELLITE
                           SIGN OF THE WORLD                 Wetland Metaphors    Ecology                     1
                                                                                  Active Citizen              3
To Dam, Or Not To Dam      Communication Arts           4                         World of Today and Tomorrow
                           Geography Fun                4                            Dabbler                I.1
                                                                                  Science IWodds           E.2
Turtle Hurdles             Ecology                      2                         Water Wonders              13
                                                                                                               5
Water Canaries             World of the Out-of-Doors
                              Dabbler                A.2
                                                       1     Whale Of A           World             and Tomorrow
                                                       8                            Dabbler                  H.2
                                          and Tomorrow
                              Dabbler                H.2     Where Have All The                                9
                           ScienceIWorlds            B.3       Salmon Gone?                   Fun              4
                           Water Vlonders             13
                           Science                     3

VVater Plant Art           World of the Arts
                                                      E.2
                                                        5

                           Outdoor
                           'IV ater Wonders
                                          ~
CADETTE AND
SENIOR
GIRL SCOUTS                              GIRL SCOUTS®

Project WILD Activity         Interest Project              #   •   Project WILD Activity          Interest Project              #

Animal Charades               Do You Get the Message?       1       Drawing On Nature              Visual Arts                   1
                              Games                   2,   10                                      Travel                        1
                              The Performing Arts           1                                      W orId of the Outdoors
                              Wildlife                      2                                         Dabbler                 2,11
                                                                                                   Animal Observation            2
Animal Poetry                 Creative Writing              6
                              Eco-Action                   10       Eco-Enrichers                  Eco-Action                    1

Ants On A Twig                Animal Observation            2       Enviro-Ethics                  Community Time Capsule       12
                              Wildlife                      3                                      Eco-Action                    1

Birds Of Prey                 Wildlife                 7,11         Environmental Barometer        World of the Out-of-Doors
                                                                                                      Dabbler                    2
Bird Song Survey              World of the Out-of-Doors 11                                         Travel                        1
                                 Dabbler
                              Animal Observation         2          Ethi-Reasoning                 Community Time Capsule       12
                              Wildlife               1,7,8                                         Global Understanding         11
                                                                                                   The Law                      10
Cabin Conflict                Community Time Capsule       12
                              The Law                       5       Flip The Switch For Wildlife   Energy Awareness              1
                                                                                                   Wildlife                     12
CanDo!                        World of People
                                 Dabbler              10            Good Buddies                   Wildlife                    3, 7
                              Animal Observation      12
                              Community Time Capsule 12             Grasshopper Gravity            Animal Observation            2
                              Global Understanding    11
                              The Law                 10            Habitat Lap Sit                Games                      2, 10
                              Leadership           11,12
                              Wildlife                12            Habitat Rummy                  Games                      1, 10

Carrying Capacity             Wildlife                      7       Habitrekking                   World of the Out-of-Doors
                                                                                                     Dabbler                    2
Cartoons And Bumper Stickers Visual Arts                    1                                      Wildlife                  1, 7
                             Eco-Action                    10
                             Do You Get the Message?       10       Here Today, Gone Tomorrow      Global Understanding         11
                                                                                                   Wildlife                      6
Changing Attitudes            Community Time Capsule       12
                                                                    History Of Wildlife            Wildlife                 5,8,12
Checks And Balances           Games                    1, 10           Management, A
                              Wildlife                  7,8
                                                                    How Many Bears Can Live        Games                      2, 10
Deadly Links                  Eco-Action                    9         In This Forest?
                              Games                        10
                              Global Understanding         11       Improving Wildlife Habitat     World of People
                              Wildlife                  4,6            In The Community              Dabbler                    10
                                                                                                   Animal Observation           12
Does Wildlife Sell Cigarettes? Entrepreneurship            7                                       Eco-Action                    6
                               Visual Arts                 6                                       Leadership                11,12
                                                                                                   Wildlife                     12
  Project WILD Activity        Interest Project         #       •   Project WILD Activity      Interest Project             #

  Visual Vocabulary            Creative Writing           4         Wild Words                 Eco-Action                   10
                               Do You Get the Message?    1            (continued)             Wildlife                    1,3
                               Games                   2,10
                               The Performing Arts        1         Wildwork                   Career Exploration       2,5
                                                                                               Wildlife                   5
  Water's Going On?!           World of the Out-of-Doors
                                 Dabbler                  1         Wildlife Research          Wildlife                    1, 7
                               Leadership                11

  We're In This Together       Global Understanding     11          Aquatic WILD Activity      Interest Project             #
                               The Law                   4
                                                                    Aquatic Roots              World of the Out-of-Doors
  What Did Your Lunch Cost     Plant Culture                3                                    Dabbler                        1
    Wildlife?                  Wildlife                     4                                  Community Time Capsule           6

  What You Wear Is What        Plant Culture                3       Aquatic Times              Audiovisual Production
    They Were                                                                                     Advanced             1
                                                                                               Community Time Capsule 3
  When A Whale Is A Right      Global Understanding     11                                     High Tech Communication 3
                               The Law                   5
                               Wildlife             6,8,12          Aqua Words                 Games                        11

  Which Niche?                 Wildlife                     5       Deadly Skies               Backpacking                      3

  Who Fits Here?               Eco-Action                 6         Deadly Waters              Backpacking                      3
                               Games                  7, 10                                    Eco-Action                       9

  Who Lives Here?              Wildlife                 11          Designing A Habitat        Museum Discovery             12

  Who Pays For What?           The Law                   11         Fishy Who's Who            Animal Observation               2
                               Wildlife               8, 12
                                                                    Living Research: Aquatic   Career Exploration      2,5
  Wild Bill's ,Fare            World of People                          Heroes And Heroines    Do You Get the Message?   7
                                 Dabbler                  6                                    Eco-Action                7
                               Global Understanding      11                                    Global Understanding     12
                               The Law            4,5,10,11
                               Wildlife                  12         Riparian Retreat           World of the Out-of-Doors
                                                                                                  Dabbler                1,9
  Wild Edible Plants           American Indian Lore      2                                     Creative Writing            4
                               Outdoor Survival          9
                               Plant Culture             5          To Dam Or Not To Dam       The Law                      10
                               Wildlife                 11
                                                                    Turtle Hurdles             Wildlife                         6
  Wildlife As Seen On Coins    Collecting                   8
     And Stamps                                                     Water Canaries             Animal Observation     10
                                                                                               Community Time Capsule 6
  Wildlife Bibliography        Wildlife                 12                                     Eco-Action              9

  Wildlife Issues: Community   Community Time Capsule   12          Water Plant Art            Prints and Graphics          10
     Attitude Survey           Eco-Action               10
                               Global Understanding     11          Watered Down History       Community Time Capsule           6
                               The Law                  10
                                                                    Watershed                  World of the Out-of-Doors
  Wild Words                   World of the Out-of-Doors                                         Dabbler                 1
                                  Dabbler                 2
                               Backpacking               11         Water Wings                World of the Out-of-Doors
                               Creative Writing           1                                      Dabbler                  1
                               Do You Get the Message?    7                                    Global Understanding      11
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