30+ Essential Life Skills for Girl Scout Independence

30+ Essential Life Skills for Girl Scout Independence

Research on how kids respond to and recover from a crisis focuses on the six elements of resilience: connection, routine, belonging, expression, participation, and empowerment. “Adulting” life skills are an amazing way to give kids a routine role in their family lives that makes them feel connected and empowered to help out in an age-appropriate way.

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9 Digital Icebreakers for Virtual Girl Scout Meetings

9 Digital Icebreakers for Virtual Girl Scout Meetings

A good icebreaker game in a Girl Scout meeting can do wonders to help your girls build friendships and gain confidence. Whether your girls are Daisies or teens, are meeting for the first time or are already BFFs, a well-placed, well-planned online icebreaker game can go a long way on the virtual landscape.

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A Road Map to At-Home Girl Scout Travel

A Road Map to At-Home Girl Scout Travel

You’ve been planning the perfect trip for months, and suddenly something changes, and travel is no longer an option. Girl Scout travel expert Sandy walks us through how to find ways to scratch that travel itch from home, as well as replan your trip for the future!

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5 Baking Recipes Your Girl Scout Can Try At-Home

5 Baking Recipes Your Girl Scout Can Try At-Home

There’s no doubt about it—baking is an all-purpose Girl Scout activity, but being a beginning baker can be challenging. Don’t know where to start? Here are some easy baking recipes for kids, along with delicious tips and tricks to get started. They go from easiest to hardest so bakers of any level can try something new!

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