Daisies of Montana and Wyoming
Girl Scout Daisies meet in groups of five to ten with two or more adult leaders in a nurturing, inclusive environment. They go on trips, learn about nature and science, and explore the arts and their communities. Girl Scout Daisies can also earn Learning Petals and receive participation patches.
Sample activities for Girl Scout Daisies
1. Arts and crafts projects like making colorful barrettes and paper-bag puppets
2. Trips to pick pumpkins and apples
3. Camping and hiking with their family
4. Planning a picnic and making snacks
5. Planting a community garden
6. Earning patches for activities like reading fun books or helping their community
It’s Your World – Change It! Welcome to the Daisy Flower Garden Journey When flowers talk, what do they say? Something wonderful? Something wise? Listen close, and then plant a seed—maybe even two or three. In this garden, as in all of Girl Scouts, good things are bound to sprout.
It’s Your Planet – Love It! Between Earth and Sky Journey Sunshine, fresh air, new places to see—all are available when flower friends travel. So come along for the trip. Meet new friends and old. You’ll taste, touch, and smell what fun travel can hold!
It’s Your Story – Tell It! 5 Flowers, 4 Stories, 3 Cheers for Animals! Journey ”Animals need care; I need care. I can do both.” You will be able to use your new knowledge and creativity to teach others how to care for animals.
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PRINTABLE PDF: Flower Posters
Independent Registered Members (not belonging to a troop) may participate in Pathways and earn badges; referred to as IRM’s or Juliettes, independent registered members may sell cookies and participate in other Girl Scout activities. Guidelines are available. This is just one Pathway (option) which is available to girls.