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Daisies (Grades K-1)

Girl Scout Daisies is the first level in Girl Scouts and is open to girls in grades K-1.

Everything they do—from planting an indoor garden to helping their community to proudly adding that first petal to their vest—sparkles with that "first time ever" newness!

The activities below have been adapted from existing Girl Scout programming and optimized for use at home during a period of social distancing.

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Activities
Activity: Girl Scout Promise

Grab your markers, paper, this printable and scissors for a fun Girl Scout Promise activity.

Not to worry parents we are leading this activity with your girls. Your Daisy Girl Scout may need some help with the scissors.

Activity: Honest & Fair

This week, each program level has its own badge to work on connected to being honest and fair. The below videos cover parts of the steps needed to complete the badge.

Once your Girl Scout has completed her badge requirements, work with her troop leader to order the badge or purchase on your own. During this challenging time, our focus is to serve the Girl Scout community in any way we can, so we’re offering free standard shipping on all online orders—no minimum.

Activity: Friendly & Helpful

This week each Program level has their own badge to work on connected to being friendly and helpful. These will cover parts of the steps needed to complete the badge.

Activity: Considerate & Caring

This week we are focusing on the third part of the Girl Scout Law about being considerate and caring. What does being considerate and caring look like at your home this week?

Learn the story of Zinni the Zinnia and how she learned to be considerate and caring. This is the third of 10 daisy flower petals. Then watch our video to learn the three steps you need to take in earning your Considerate and Caring petal.

Activity: Courageous & Strong

This week we are focusing on the fourth part of the Girl Scout Law about being courageous and strong. What does being courageous and strong look like at your home this week?

Tula Courageous & Strong Petal
Talk about “Tula’s Story” and then make an art gallery celebrating women who are courageous and strong.

Activity: Responsible for What I Say and Do

This week we are focusing on the fifth part of the Girl Scout Law about being responsible for what you say and do. What does being responsible for what you say and do look like at your home this week?

Mari’s Responsible for what I Say and Do Petal
Talk about “Mari’s Story” and practice being responsible for what you say and do.

Activity: Respect Myself & Others

This week we are focusing on the sixth part of the Girl Scout Law about respecting myself and others. What does respecting yourself and others look like at your home this week?

Gloria’s respect myself and others
Talk about “Gloria’s Story” and learn how to respect yourself and others.

Activity: Respect Authority

This week we are focusing on the seventh part of the Girl Scout Law about respecting authority. What does respecting authority look like at your home this week?

Daisy - Gerri’s Respect Petal
Talk about “Gerri’s Story” and learn about respecting authority.

Activity: Use Resources Wisely

This week we are focusing on the eighth part of the Girl Scout Law about using resources wisely. What does using resources wisely look like at your home this week?

Daisy - Gerri’s Respect Petal
Talk about "Clover’s Story" and learn about using resources wisely.

Activity: Make the World a Better Place

Rosie’s Make the World a Better Place Petal
Talk about Rosie's Story and make the world a better place.

Activity: Be a Sister to Every Girl Scout

This week we are focusing on the tenth part of the Girl Scout Law about being a sister to every Girl Scout. What does being a sister to every Girl Scout look like at your home this week?

Vi’s Be a Sister to Every Girl Scout Petal
Talk about "Vi's Story” and be a sister to every Girl Scout.

Challenges
Challenge Week 1:

This week we challenge all Girl Scouts to showcase the Girl Scout Promise in a special way.

  • Create a song
  • Make a sculpture
  • Learn the promise in sign language
  • Or any way you can imagine

Share with us your challenge by tagging us on social media and using the hashtag #GirlScoutStrong.

Challenge Week 2:

This week we challenge all Girl Scouts to share the new game you made with others.

  • Play over a video call
  • Share with your family
  • Post it online with the help of an adult

Share your challenge with by tagging us on social media @GirlScoutsATL and using the hashtag #GirlScoutStrong.


Daisy Girl Scouts Live Badge Opportunity:

Join us live on for an opportunity to earn the Daisy Good Neighbor Badge in a webcast with Girl Scouts USA tomorrow (Friday, April 3) at 3:45pm to complete all 3 steps of the Good Neighbor Badge. Register here.

Challenge Week 3:

Create your Own Mask at home!
Girl Scouts are always prepared to help! This week we challenge you to learn how to prevent the spread of germs by creating face masks for you and your family. To create your face mask, you will need two common household items:

  • One (1) Bandanna or Large Square Cloth
  • Two (2) Hair Ties

Step 1: Lay your bandana flat on the table.

Step 2: Fold the bandanna hamburger style.

Step 3: Take the bottom portion of the bandanna and fold it towards the middle.

Step 4: Take the top portion of the bandanna and overlap it onto the folded portion from step 3.

Step 5: Take one hair tie and put the left side of the bandanna inside the hair tie.

Step 6: Slide the hair tie to the middle of the bandana.

Step 7: Take the second hair tie and repeat steps 5 and 6 on the right side of the bandana.

Step 8: There are now two holes on each side, with the hair ties in the middle. Lift up the left side and slightly open the hole to place the right side into it.

Step 9: Make sure to place the left side into the right opening, and the right side into the left opening. The pieces should overlap into the middle to create the face mask.

Step 10: Adjust the hair ties on each side of the bandana. One hair tie should be on the left and one hair tie should be on the right

Step 11: Place bandana over face to cover mouth and nose by attaching the bandana behind your ears using both hair ties.

Covering your face using low cost materials from home can be used as a voluntary public measure to prevent the spread of COVID-19 and other germs.

Challenge Week 4:

Show you are considerate and caring to someone else.

Write a letter to a friend, grandparent, or relative. Maybe draw them a picture, write a story, or share an update with them. Everyone loves getting some sunshine in their mailbox. This is a great way to practice writing and learning how to address an envelope.

Challenge Week 5:

This week we challenge everyone to be courageous and strong. There are some ideas on how to do that in each of your badges this week. Who are people in your life that are courageous and strong? Try something new this week and share with us what your learned. Maybe learn a new dance, try to ride your bike without training wheels, or something else that makes you feel courageous and strong. Tag us @GirlScoutATL and use #GirlScoutStrong in your social media posts, or e-mail marcomm@gsgatl.org.

Challenge Week 6:

This week we challenge everyone to be responsible for what you say and do. How can you be responsible for what you say in your everyday life? Let’s share positive messages this week and post them where neighbors can see. Maybe using sidewalk chalk or a poster in your window. Create a time capsule. Let us know what you put in it and share photos with us. Tag us @GirlScoutATL and use #GirlScoutStrong in your social media posts, or e-mail marcomm@gsgatl.org.

Challenge Week 7:

This week we challenge you to respect yourself by learning a new healthy habit. Maybe that is a new trick on your bike, learning a new dance, or playing outside in creative way. Tag us @GirlScoutATL and use #GirlScoutStrong in your social media posts, or e-mail marcomm@gsgatl.org.

Challenge Week 8:

This week to help respect authority at home we are going to thank front line workers. You can make cards, put a sign in your yard, write a note to your mail carrier, drop off coloring pages at the grocery store or post a thank you online with the help of a parent (Emory, Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta, or check with your local healthcare facility).

Tag us @GirlScoutATL and use #GirlScoutStrong in your social media posts, or e-mail marcomm@gsgatl.org.

Challenge Week 9:

This week to use resources wisely by making trash into treasure. Find something in your house that is "trash" and think of creative ways make it something new.

Tag us @GirlScoutATL and use #GirlScoutStrong in your social media posts, or e-mail marcomm@gsgatl.org.

Challenges Week 10:

Girl Scouts are always challenged to make the world a better place as part of the Girl Scout Law. This week your challenge is to share joy in some way to others in your neighborhood. Ideas: Paint rocks with inspirational sayings and place them around your neighborhood, use sidewalk chalk to share messages, or other creative ways to share joy with the world around you.

Tag us @GirlScoutATL and use #GirlScoutStrong in your social media posts, or e-mail marcomm@gsgatl.org.

Challenges Week 11:

This week your challenge is to connect with at least three of your Girl Scouts Sisters in some way. Maybe that is mailing them a SWAP, having a virtual game night, or dropping off a surprise on their porch.

Tag us @GirlScoutATL and use #GirlScoutStrong in your social media posts, or e-mail marcomm@gsgatl.org.

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