Useful Links for Leaders of
First, from the GSUSA web site:
- What is Girl Scout Daisies All About?
- It's Your World, Change It! Journey - Daisy Flower Garden
- It's Your Planet, Love It! Journey - Between Earth and Sky
- It's Your Story, Tell It! Journey - 5 Flowers, 4 Stories, 3 Cheers for Animals!
- Friends & Family Checklist (sent home to parents to elicit support of Between Earth and Sky)
- Journey Assets
- Journey Maps
- Girl Scout Daisy Insignia List
- Where to Place Girl Scout Daisy Insignia
- Transforming Leadership - Focusing on the Outcomes of the New GS Leadership Experience
- Girl Scout Daisy Cookie Activity Pin 2012-2013
- 2011 World Thinking Day Patch for Girl Scout Daisies
- Bridge to GS Brownies
(Warning -- many of these sources were created before
"Journeys" became the official program.)
- Daisy Journey Toolkit for Journeys 1 and 2 from GS of Eastern Pennsylvania
- Daisy Journey Toolkit for Journey 3 from GS of Eastern Pennsylvania
- Girl Scout
Law Coloring Book (a ZIP file)
for the First Four meetings of a Daisy troop in pdf format
- lots of crafts and activities
a really great crafts site
Scout Law Learner
Scout Law Bracelet
The following apparently came from the On-Line Council
Network, a former resource for council staff. It seems too useful to let it
Bridging to Brownie Girl Scouts
Daisy Girl Scouts may "bridge" to Brownie Girl Scouts by
learning about the next level through a series of activities and
participating in the planning of a ceremony. At the ceremony, girls
receive the following insignia and awards:
- Brownie Girl Scout Pin
- World Trefoil Pin (if they have not received it on their
first Thinking Day)
- Bridging to Brownie Girl Scouts Award
- A membership star with a blue disc
Bridging Step 1: Girls learn about Brownie Girl Scouting by
doing one of the following:
- Invite some Brownie Girl Scouts to talk about Brownie Girl
- Visit a Brownie Girl Scout group during a planning meeting.
- Have girls look through the Brownie Girl Scout Handbook and
the Try-Its for Brownie Girl Scouts book.
Bridging Step 2: Girls complete a Brownie Girl Scout activity
by doing one of the following:
- Find out about three things that Brownie Girl Scouts do
(and do one)
- Complete an activity in the Brownie Girl Scout Handbook
- Ask a Brownie Girl Scout to tell about some of the things
she does and do an activity with her.
Bridging Step 3: Girls do one of the following with a Brownie
- Plan and carry out a service project with Brownie Girl
- Go on a field trip with Brownie Girl Scouts.
- Visit Brownie Girl Scouts at one of their meetings and
complete an activity with them.
Bridging Step 4: Girls help plan their bridging ceremony. They
- Work with a Brownie Girl Scout sister troop to plan the
- Make up a song for the ceremony.
- Prepare decorations for the ceremony.
Adapted from the Guide for Daisy Girl Scout Leaders
(2000), September 2004.
- Brownie Girl Scout Handbook
- Try-Its for Brownie Girl Scouts
Links on Girl
to Song Lead
Girl Scout Insignia Online
to Place Insignia on the Brownie Girl Scout Uniform
A fantastic set of links with a similar intent to this one is
available at The
Scouting Web. If you can't find what you need here, try there!