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USA Girl Scouts
Girl Scouts of
The Girl Scout
(Kindergarten - Grade 1)
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|Daisy Girl Scouts
All Girl Scout uniforms are optional. Daisys have a blue smock that covers their front and back and which ties at the side. (Tip: for tiny girls, bring the ties from the back panel to the front and knot together, or tie front strings together in the back.)
Colored petal badges are earned as the girls participate in activities that explore the basic principles and values of Girl Scouting, as described in the Girl Scout Promise and Girl Scout Laws.
A yellow felt insignia tab is worn on the front, left shoulder. The Daisy Membership pin is attached to this (shown on bottom of tab). If a girl participates in the February Thinking Day event, her Thinking Day pin is also placed on this tab (top pin in picture).
Honest & Fair
Friendly & Helpful
Considerate & Caring
Courageous and strong
Responsible for what I say and do
Respect myself and others
Use resources wisely
Make the world a better place
Be a sister to every Girl Scout
Make-Up activity ideas for earning a petal if troop activity is missed: PDF version and Word version.
Earned Petal Tracking form
Participation patches are worn on the back of the tunic. These patches may be given for special troop activities, Service Unit sponsored events, and Council sponsored Girl Scout programs. There is a patch available for almost any type of activity, should the troop leader be interested in purchasing and distributing them. When Daisy's bridge (graduate) to Brownies, they can move their participation patches to the back of their Brownie vests.
Activities for Daisys:
(Contributed from troop leaders & found on the web)
includes Girl Scout Law and Promise. Front and back sides. Just change the date for
Girl Scout Promise Coloring Book