Girl scout daisy petals
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Many of us have issues with the Bloomberg administration, but I must tip my hat off to the Mayor for supporting this public education campaign designed to help boost the self esteem of girls ages 7 – 12 in this city. Appearing on buses, subways, and phone kiosks, this NYC Girl’s Project photography campaign features an ethnically diverse group of real NYC girls doing activities like playing chess, sports, reading, etc. The words “I’m a girl. I’m smart, a leader, adventurous, friendly, funny…
I’ve been wanting to make a little bag to go on Roman’s scooter for ages, so when Natalie from Sew Outnumbered asked me to join the tour for her new tutorial, it was an easy yes! Roman is always carrying trains or crayons or pegs (why?!) or his Peter Rabbit and he was very excited...Read More »
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If you are looking for ideas to make your meeting more fun while teaching your girls how to respect authority you have come to the right place.
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5 Fun Activities To Help Your Girls Earn The Courageous and Strong Petal - Leader Connecting Leaders
If your looking for ideas to make your meeting more fun while teaching your girls how to be courageous and strong you have come to the right place. Using some of these activities below to help your girls try new things even if their afraid because their sister scouts will help them. Teach them that they
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Once a Girl Scout, always a Girl Scout, my co-leader told me once. When our girls ended Brownies, we knew it was the end of the Girl Scout experience for some of our girls. But we wanted to give t…
Little Eyes Closet saved to Daisy Girl Scouts
Curious what the Global Action Award is and how to earn? Every Year GS offers the Global Action award for each level. You can see all the information on this on the GS website here Today I want to share what we did as a troop for our girls earning the Global Action for that
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UPDATED JUNE 2019 *This post contains affiliate links. The orange daisy petal stands for "Responsible for What I Say and Do". There are a myriad of activities that you can do with your girls to teach this concept to them. One activity to get the point across is to start the meeting like you normally do. Then ask the girls who has the things you need to get the meeting underway. Of course, none of them will have it, as it is not their responsibility, but yours! Ask the girls what would happen…
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