If you’re leading a brand new batch of Daisies, these 8 activities will help them channel all that boundless excitement into the world of Girl Scouting.
Whether this is your first time with a group of Daisies or you’ve been leading Daisy troops for a while, we know there’s a lot to teach these young girls about the wonderful world of Girl Scouting. Luckily, this Girl Scout Leader is here to lend some guidance!
We’ve all been there: You’re ready to start your meeting, but the girls are running in a dozen different directions and seem to have no interest in getting on-task. What should you do?! Troop Leader Melissa shares her best practices for keeping your younger girls focused during troop meetings!
In today’s world, “diversity” can often seem like a buzzword that’s difficult to fully define, but diverse perspectives can bring diverse ideas, solutions, experiences, and more. Are you making sure that your troop is open to all potential members?
After earning all their Daisy petals (and two financial literacy leaves) in one year, this troop of newly-minted Brownies set their sights on the 7 Brownie badges in the Legacy tier, which cover the core badge categories in Girl Scouting: Artist, Athlete, Citizen, Cook, First Aid, Naturalist, and Girl Scout Way. Believe it or not, they earned them all in one year! Here’s how they did it so your troop can get there too!
Are you feeling the anticipatory butterflies dancing around as you plan your first Girl Scout troop meeting? Daisy troop leader Liz shares her 5-step meeting game plan to help calm those pre-meeting nerves.
Daisy Girl Scouts are our youngest members, and as such, represent pure potential. When they’re getting ready to start school, they’re excited, nervous, thrilled, and full of expectations, making it an ideal time to introduce them to the wonderful world of Girl Scouts. In this post, Heather outlines how to start your own Daisy troop to give young girls a safe space to explore, discover, and grow.