You and Your Kids Quarantined at Home? Malta Girl Guides’ Have Got The Perfect Thing to Beat the Boredom

With a lot of people around Malta opting to follow the government’s advice and staying home, we understand that things can get boring for you and your little one pretty quick. But not to worry, because Malta’s Girl Guides have come to your rescue.

The Malta Girl Guides have launched a challenge that will see kids and people of all ages, who are currently staying at home, participating in different activities to help beat the boredom of staying indoors during these difficult times.

They’ve coined it ‘The Malta Girl Guides Quarantine Challenge’, but you can use the #mggquarantinechallenge.

The girls will give you and your family a challenge every 2 days.

All challenges will be launched via MGG’s official facebook page and Instagram. After completing the challenges, each participant can share their work online via social media, always tagging the Associations’ page as well as the two hashtags #mggquarantinechallenge and #beattheboredom.

In just 24 hours, participants from all over Malta and Gozo have been taking up the challenges. We’ve even got international participants from The USA, Sweden, the UK and Australia all joining in the fun.

The first challenge (creating a model of the coronavirus) was on Sunday 15 th March 2020 and many have already been sharing the results of their masterpieces. And the best part of all? You don’t need to leave the house to complete any of these challenges.

In the end, all participants will be in the chance to earn their very own #mggquarantinechallenge badge for taking part, which we are sure will serve as a lifetime memory of the time the world united in the battle against this virus.

You can fill in the application and apply here

The Malta Girl Guides are the largest Association for girls, young women and women in Malta & Gozo, with members joining from as little as 5 years of age. They form part of the world’s only movement for every girl and any girl because they believe that each of them deserves to be the best they can be – and they do their best to provide them with the tools needed to grow in confidence, develop life skills, and take the lead in their communities.