- Families & Volunteers
When preparing for any activity with girls, always begin with the Safety Activity Checkpoints written specifically for that particular activity. This introduction provides an overview of the format of each set of checkpoints.
Note: In addition to reading these checkpoints yourself, you can also e-mail or print them for co-volunteers, parents/guardians, and girls.
Quick list of the most common places girls carry out the activity
Tips and special Web sites for information on including girls with disabilities
Basic Gear includes clothing and equipment girls are likely to already have in their possession.
Specialized Gear includes clothing and equipment girls may need to purchase, rent, or borrow.
These checkpoints discuss steps to take in advance of the activity. Not every category is listed here, and not every activity includes these categories.
These checkpoints include important final reminders on the day of the activity. Not every category is listed here, and not every activity includes these categories.
Guide you to the best-known and best-respected websites.
Games, mini-lessons, and other fun ways to expand girls’ knowledge.
Helps you and the girls master activity-specific terminology.
Click here to download the entire Safety Activity Checkpoints document.