“For credit” means that the children follow the requirements outlined to earn badges/awards/merits. They are effective motivators for kids. They provide incentive for completing a program and a sense of accomplishment upon completion.
“For Non-Credit” means that the children do not follow the requirements outlined to earn badges/awards/merits. In that case, the curriculum is used for discipleship and mentoring.
FOR 3 & 4 YEAR OLDS GIRLS AND BOYS.
Launches little hearts into the exciting journey of discovering God and His great love. Noah’s Ark provides an exciting
theme for the Bible stories, crafts, full-color activity pages,
Examples of curriculum topics include: Courage,
God’s Family, Sharing, The Church, Trust, etc.
Rainbows can add colorful animal badges to their vests as they complete requirements for the optional achievement program.
FOR K5 GIRLS. Laying a foundation for Godly character with lessons from believing to giving, and obeying to trusting Daisies earn colorful badges depicting club characters if you choose to follow the achievement program.
Examples of curriculum topics include: Believing, Forgiving, Giving, Helping, Obeying, Praying,
FOR 1st & 2nd GRADE GIRLS. Learning biblical principles through life-application stories. Prims earn colorful badges depicting club characters as they complete requirements for the optional achievement program.
Examples of curriculum topics include: Bible, Church, Community, Family, Kindness, Missions, Salvation, etc.
Stars 1 IS FOR GIRLS IN 3rd & 4th GRADE.
Stars 2 IS FOR GIRLS IN 5th GRADE.
Completing units in the four worlds: The World of Truth (basic Christian doctrine), The World Around You (missions), The World About You (activities), and The World Within You (character development).
Completing the achievement program allows girls to
be Honor Stars.
Examples of curriculum topics include: Armor of God, Citizenship, End-Time Events, etc.
FOR BOYS IN K5, 1st & 2nd GRADE.
Introduces boys to the great outdoors through a non-camping program that encourages indoor and outdoor field trips and day camps.
The quarterly advancement patches lead to the yearly trail awards of the Elk, Wolverine, and Cougar.
These trails feature exciting crafts and skills, advancement activities, Bible memory verses, and many opportunities for boys to grow and mature.
FOR BOYS IN 3rd, 4th & 5th GRADE.
Will experience a variety of indoor and outdoor activities and events that include an introduction to camping.
The advancement trails introduce boys to a skill and the Bible merits leads them to their highest award, the Gold Eagle.
The boys also have the opportunity to attend training camps to develop leadership skills.
FOR BOYS IN 6th, 7th & 8th GRADE. Will continue to participate in indoor and outdoor activities which will include camping and non-camping activities, personal and life skills development, advance camping, Junior Leadership Training, and an opportunity to become part of the Frontiersmen Camping Fellowship.
The merit-based advancement trail culminates with the Gold Medal of Achievement- the highest award a boy can earn.