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                          Girl Scouts of Gulfcoast Florida, Inc.

Council Headquarters in Sarasota                                Service Center in Fort Myers
4780 Cattlemen Road                                                    12651 Girl Scout Lane
Sarasota, FL 34233                                                      Fort Myers. FL 33913
941-921-5358 or 800-232-4475                                  239-561-1800 or 800-586-3186



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 Welcome to Girl ScoutS!
    Thank you for volunteering your time to invest in a group of girls!
       This kit will assist you in planning and implementing your first 12 Girl Scout meetings.
                   We look forward to helping you enjoy your Girl Scout experience.
                                    If you have questions, please call us!


Tips for geTTing your Troop sTarTed:
`   For safety reasons, there must be two adults at
                                                                               elp
    every meeting. Have a co-leader, assistant leader,               e nliSt h
    or another registered helper at every meeting.
                                                                        of the
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                                                                       parent
    Create a “Troop Box” of materials that will be used
    at every meeting.
`   Recite the Promise at every meeting to help the                                     d in helpin
                                                                                                    g
    girls learn it and live by it.                                  Get th em involve            g
                                                                                    ngs, bringin
`   Show the girls examples of the uniform they might                  with meeti                  s.
                                                                                       ing errand
    wear and the petals they will be earning.                        snac  ks, or runn
`   Tell the girls what they are going to do at the next
    meeting so that they will be excited to come back.




                   The Daisy Girl Scout program teaches girls the basics of
                   the Girl Scout Promise and Law.
                   Through your troop meetings, the girls will be memorizing
                   these and learning their meaning.

                                                           The girl scout promise
                                                           On my honor, I will try:
                                                             To serve God and my country,
                                                             To help people at all times,
                                                             And to live by the Girl Scout Law.
                                                           The girl scout Law
                                                           I will do my best to be
                                                              honest and fair,
                                                              friendly and helpful,
                                                              considerate and caring,
                                                              courageous and strong, and
                                                              responsible for what I say and do,
                                                           and to
                                                              respect myself and others,
                                                              respect authority,
                                                              use resources wisely,
                                                              make the world a better place,
                                                           and
                                                              be a sister to every Girl Scout.



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  Some ideaS on What the Girl Scout laW meanS

Honest and fair                                        respect Myself and others
   I will tell the truth, even if it might get my         I will not call names.
   friends or me in trouble.                              I will treat other people the way I want to be
   I will stick up for what is right, not for who is      treated.
   popular.                                               I will treat other people’s things the way I
   I will do my kaper chart chores, because no            would like them to treat my things.
   one should have to do my share.                        I will listen to other people’s opinions and not
                                                          interrupt, I may learn something new.
friendly and Helpful
                                                          I will not do something that I am
   I will do my kapers without having to be told          uncomfortable with just because a friend
   twice.                                                 wants me to.
   I will offer to help someone, because I
   appreciated getting help when I need it.            respect authority
   I will pay attention to someone’s problems,            I will listen to the adults, they are here to help
   because I may have an idea that will help.             me.
                                                          I will follow directions and rules, they were
Considerate and Caring                                    made to keep me safe.
   I will not scream at, hit, or treat people badly.      I will follow the quiet sign, otherwise I might
   I will not say things to hurt someones’ feelings       miss something important.
   just because my “friends” think it is fun.
                                                       use resources Wisely
Courageous and strong                                     I will try not to waste water when brushing my
   I will have the courage to stick to the rules,         teeth and showering.
   even when it may not seem “cool”.                      I will recycle as often as I can to help save the
   I will be a friend, even when my friend is not         earth and replace what I have taken.
   popular.                                               I will share with others, not only in my troop,
   I will try new things, even if I am afraid,            but with all people.
   because I know my troop will help me.
                                                       Make the World a Better place
responsible for What i say and do                         I will pick up trash when I see it.
   I will talk out the problems I have with               I will not harm the environment - the air, land,
   someone.                                               water, and animals.
   I will not talk bad about people.                      I will not pick on someone for being different.
   If I hurt someone by my actions or words, I will       Being different is what makes us special!
   do my best to fix it.
   I will stay with the troop and always have a        Be a sister to every girl scout
   buddy without being told.                              I will have a great time with my friends.
   If I do something I know is wrong, I will accept       I will try to make every day a great memory
   my punishments without complaining.                    for tomorrow.




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parentS’ meetinG
After you have your list of girls, contact each family and set up a parents’ meeting. At this meeting you
will give parents/guardians the basic information about Girl Scouting, guide them in completing the
necessary paperwork, and request a commitment of their time regardless of the time they have to
offer. Please give the parents/guardians a copy of the Family Guide found in your troop packet. Take
the time to complete the Troop Directory portion of the Family Guide before distribution. More copies
are available as needed from your neighborhood manager or membership specialist. Be sure to ask
your neighborhood service team for help if you feel you need assistance at this first meeting.


    BaSic information
`   Introductions of leaders, co-leaders, and          `   Discuss the troop meeting plans. Clearly state
    parents/guardians is a must! Get to know               your expectations for attendance, tardiness,
    the parents/guardians of the girls you will be         and general behavior. Be sure all parents/
    working with. They will be more willing to help        guardians know the day, location, and time
    you if they know you.                                  of meetings and the procedure for bringing
`   Use the Family Guide as a basis for giving             girls to the meeting and for picking them up
    adults a brief overview of Girl Scouting.              afterward. Establish a plan to be followed if
                                                           meetings need to be canceled in case of
`   Ask parents to look at the back of the Family          an emergency. Also make note of who is
    Guide. Talk about the need of a troop                  authorized to pick up girls from the meeting.
    committee. Some parents may be ready to
    volunteer to help and others will want to think    `   Be prepared to provide information
    about what and how much they can do.                   on insurance, safety issues, and Parent
                                                           Permission Forms.
`   Discuss uniforms, cost, and who pays for
    insignia and pins. (Uniforms are not required,     `   Discuss the troop roster. The troop roster is to
    but should be worn for official public                 be used for Girl Scout activities only. Please
    functions, such as flag ceremonies.)                   share with your families the importance of
                                                           respecting each other’s personal information,
`      Discuss the annual membership dues,                 such as phone numbers and addresses.
    which must accompany the membership
    registrations and are sent to Girl Scouts of the
    USA.
`   Promote Family Support Plan (FSP) as a way
    to get start-up money for the troop and to
    support the Girl Scout council. There are
    three opportunities to give; 1.) at the time of
    registration by denoting the contribution on

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    the registration form 2.) at a troop meeting
    when packets are distributed 3.) council-
    wide direct mailing. Let your troop consultant,
                                                                               daisy
    neighborhood manager, or membership
                                                                                     Girl
                                                                                Scout
    specialist know if you need help with this

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    presentation.


      paperWork
  `   Have parents/guardians complete the Annual Membership Registration Form, collect the
      forms and the annual membership fees. (Currently $12 per membership.) Financial assistance
      is available.
  `   Have parents/guardians complete the annual Girl Information and Parent Consent Form. It
      must be notarized, so try to arrange for a Notary to attend the meeting.
  `   Don’t forget to promote the Family Support Program (FSP) as an opportunity to collect start-
      up funds for the troop and also support the council financially so we can continue to provide
      wonderful opportunities for all girls.

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                           Girl Scout GloSSary
girl scout sign: Hold the middle three fingers up         Quiet sign: Hold up your right hand. As people
by putting your pinky and your thumb together.            in the group see the quiet sign, they stop talking
                                                          and also raise their hands. Once everyone is
girl scout handshake: Shake hands with your left          silent, the meeting continues.
hand while making the Girl Scout sign with your
right hand.                                               girl scout motto: “Be prepared!”

friendship circle: This stands for an unbroken            girl scout slogan: “Do a good turn daily!”
chain of friendship with Girl Scouts and Girl
Guides all around the world. Everyone stands in a         daisy girl scout circle: A circle that the girls can
circle and places their right arm over her left and       sit in to share ideas.
holds hands. Everyone makes a silent wish as a            earned recognition: Daisy Petals, the Promise
friendship squeeze is passed from hand to hand.           Center symbolizes the learning of the Girl Scout
friendship squeeze: After someone shares                  Promise and each petal earned is for a part of
something in the circle, she squeezes the hand            the Girl Scout Law each Daisy understands.
of the person standing next to her, who shares
something and the squeeze passes on around
the circle.




                               Girl Scout SonGS

                    We are daisy girl scouts
            (Sung to the tune of “I’m a Little Teapot”)

          We are Daisy Girl Scouts, and we are neat.
          Here are our hands and here are our feet.
              When we get together, we all say,
              let’s have fun the Girl Scout way!

            We are Daisy Girl Scouts dressed in blue.
                I am a Girl Scout, you are too.
            When I go to meetings, I sing and shout!
                I love being a Daisy Girl Scout!



                                             daisy smile song

                     I’ve something in my pocket (put your hands in your pocket),
                            that belongs across my face (point to your face).
                     I keep it very close at hand (put both hands over your heart)
                                       in a most convenient place.

             I’m sure you couldn’t guess it (put your arms out like you are asking “what”?)
                                      if you guessed a long, long while.
           So I’ll take it out and put it on (take it out of your pocket and put smile on mouth)
                                     It’s a great big Daisy Smile! (smile)



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let’S Get Started
You will need a copy of the Guide for Daisy Girl Scout Leaders and Daisy Girl Scout Activity Book.
The books are available for purchase at the Girl Scout shop in Sarasota and Fort Myers.
Both of these books contain additional information that will assist you in running your troop


troop meetinGS
Every meeting is broken down into five stages. Below are the five stages and a brief description of
each of them.

pre-Meeting activity: Even though your meeting            activities: This is the main part of your meeting.
starts at a specific time, you will have girls arriving   The girls will be working on activities to earn their
early… anywhere from 5 to 10 minutes. This is             petals and the center of the daisy during this
an activity that will keep the girls busy until it is     time.
time to start the meeting. This can range from
coloring to jump roping.                                  Closing: At this time, you close the meeting.
                                                          This is to let the girls know that it is time to go for
opening: This activity lets the girls know that it        the day. You can sing a song and discuss what
is time to start the meeting. You may start the           you will be doing at the next meeting.
meeting by saying the pledge, singing a song,
and or reciting the Girl Scout Promise.

Business: This is the time that attendance
is taken, dues are collected, and rules are
explained to the girls. You may also want to
discuss the Girl Scout sign, quiet sign, and Girl
Scout handshake.                                                 please r
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                                                                 and resp           indepen the
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                                                                     cleaning nding out and
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                Daisy Girl Scouts are . . .
                friendly and helpful
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kaper chart
A kaper in Girl Scouts is a job that needs to be      A fun but a little more complicated kaper chart
done during meetings. Girls even as young as          to make is the kaper wheel cut from a piece of
Daisy Girl Scout age need to take responsibility      poster board, on the outside of the drawn cir-
for their own personal space and the meeting          cle write the kapers. If you have more girls than
place. Generally, girls love to help with these       kapers, write some kapers twice (like clean-up)
tasks. Kapers might be helping with the snack,        or write some “FREE” spaces. Space the kapers
passing out supplies, taking up work, cleaning        equal to the wedges you have drawn on the
up, ceremonies, choosing the songs, stacking          cut-out circle. Punch a hole in the center of the
the chairs, passing out name tags, etc.               cut-out circle and in the center of the drawn
                                                      circle. With a large brad, attach the cut-out
Kaper charts can be made of anything but is           circle to the poster board. Girls can either spin
usually displayed. Girls can volunteer for jobs or    for jobs each time or they can simply move it
alternate tasks for each meeting.                     one space each week.

A simple chart listing the date across the top        Job jars, where each task is written on a slip of
and the tasks down the side can be made on            paper or popsicle stick and drawn each meet-
a poster board, then girls either volunteer each      ing is also effective.
week for the tasks or rotate evenly, their names
written on the chart.                                 Make a kaper chart out of a flannel board with
                                                      a grid format, with the names of the kapers on
                                                      one side




                kaper                                      daiSy
                1.      Special Helper                     Cindy             
                2.      Pass out snack                     Jane             
                3.      Clean up trash                     Keisha
                                                                            
                4.      Wipe tables                        Jessica             `
                5.      Hand out stuff                     Angela           
                6.      Take up stuff                      Maria            
                7.      Sweep floor                        Tiffany          
                8.      Friendship squeezer                Susan
                                        Example of simple kaper chart
                                                                            
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                       daiSy petalS




_____ Promise Center - Daisy Blue

_____   1. Light Blue - Honest and Fair                 _____   6. Purple - Respect Myself and Others
_____   2. Yellow - Freindly and Helpful                _____   7. Magenta - Respect Authority
_____   3. Light Green - Considerate and Caring         _____   8. Green - Use Resources Wisely
_____   4. Red - Courageous and Strong                  _____   9. Rose - Make the World a Better Place
_____   5. Orange - Responsible for What I Say and Do   _____   10. Violet - Be a Sister to Every Girl Scout



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The following pages of this kit will lay out each
meeting for you. We have planned out 12 meetings
for you and your troop. You will want to look at the
meeting which is coming up at least a week ahead
to have time to plan and gather supplies.




        friendShip circle


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                                   meetinG one

meetinG              actiVity                            SupplieS                   petal
pre-meeting activity Complete registrations              Registration forms
                     Make name tags                      Pens
                     Parent meeting                      Nametags - form
                                                         or foamie sheets
                                                         and shapes, beads,
                                                         decorations
opening              Introduce yourself and have         The Guide for Daisy
                     girls say their name and            Girl Scout Leaders
                     favorite something -- food,         page 50
                     animal, etc.
                     Sing or recite “Make New
                     Friends”
                     Tour meeting place, locate
                     bathrooms, emergency exits,
                     drop-off and pick-up places
Business             Daisy Circle -- Explain what Girl
                     Scout “business” time is, time
                     for announcements, to learn
                     something new, etc.
                     Explain the parts of each
                     meeting
                     What Daisy Girl Scouts are all
                     about
activity             Daisy-to-Daisy Game                 Daisy Girl Scout
                     and/or                              Activity Book
                                                         pages 3 - 4 or use
                     Who am I? I am different,           copies of blank paper
                     I am unique                         two per girl, crayons or
                                                         markers.
                                                         The Guide for Daisy
                                                         Girl Scout Leaders
                                                         page 53
Clean up             Clean up meeting place              Paper towels, broom,
                                                         dust pan, trash bags
Closing              Talk about what we learned
                     today




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meetinG one noteS

name taGS                                               friendShip SQueeZe
Name tags can be made out of a variety of               Have all girls and adults stand in a circle holding
materials. You want something that is going to          hands. You can do the traditional right over left
last a few meetings until you get to know the girls’    crossed arms if it is not too complicated.
names. Ideas follow:
                                                        Discuss the purpose and the “rules” of the
                                                        squeeze, we are passing our friendship on to
`     Foamie sheets (from a craft store) cut into
                                                        the next girl in the form of a gentle squeeze,
      shapes can be decorated with permanent
                                                        reminding us that we are all connected to each
      markers, other foamie shapes (you can
                                                        other. No hard squeezes and no fake squeezes.
      buy them pre-cut) can be glued to it, as
      well as other decorations. Punch holes in         You may have to practice several times to get
      the bottom for the girls to string beads to       it right. You might ask the girls when they have
      them for an extra pretty effect. Be sure to       received the squeeze to put their right foot into
      write her name with a permanent marker,           the circle, or you can keep its location a secret.
      such as a Sharpie. Punch a hole at the top
      and string lanyard lacing or cord through to      You usually start the squeeze, but later you can
      hang around her neck.                             designate a special girl to start it.

                                                        When the squeeze gets back to you, you can
`     Copy the Daisy pattern provided, one
                                                        say “Goodnight, Daisies” or goodbye or whatever
      per girl, preferably on card stock. Have
                                                        is appropriate and release them.
      each girl color the petals with markers or
      crayons, or, for an older Daisy group and         Older girls like to spin out. On the signal and
      with close supervision, have them use             still holding hands, each girl at once lifts their
      colorful nail polish to “paint” the petals.       crossed arms over their heads and turns facing
      Write her name in permanent marker, such          the outside of the circle, uncrossing their hands
      as a Sharpie. Laminate the name tags if           and bringing them down by their sides. They
      you have access to a laminating machine,          then release hands.
      laminating them makes them last much
      longer. Punch a hole in the top for the
      string.

`     Pin or clip badges also work well. These
      can be found in office supply stores or
      department stores.




                                      make neW friendS
                                        Make new friends, but keep the old,
                                         one is silver and the other gold.

                                           A circle’s round, it has no end,
                                      that’s how long I’d like to be your friend.

                                           A circle’s round, it has no end,
                                      that’s how long I’d like to be your friend.



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                                   meetinG tWo

meetinG                actiVity                       SupplieS                         petal
pre-meeting activity   Receive name tag               Promise and Law
                       Promise and Law coloring pages coloring book and The
                       (first two pages)              Girl Scout Promise
opening                Sing “Make New Friends”             Ball of yarn wrapped
                       Yarn Toss                           around a tennis ball to
                                                           make it easier to throw
Business               Daisy Circle -- The Girl Scout      Copies of the Girl          Promise Center
                       Promise -- Say the Girl Scout       Scout Promise and
                       Promise, have the girls say it with the Girl Scout Law,
                       you, discuss the meaning of the preferably enlarged
                       words.                              and laminated, posted
                       The Girl Scout Law -- Say the Girl on the meeting place
                       Scout Law and tell the girls that   wall.
                       they will be learning more about The Guide for Daisy
                       it over the next few weeks.         Girl Scout Leaders
                       Introduce the Kaper Chart           page 20
activity               Tote Bags                          Canvas totes (from a
                       or                                 craft store), fabric glue,
                                                          fabric paint, felt petals
                       The Girl Scout Promise Activity    and promise center
                                                          or
                                                          Daisy Activity Book
                                                          page 10 - 11 run off
                                                          copies in book. Markers,
                                                          crayons
Clean up               Kaper Chart                        Kaper Chart, preferably
                                                          enlarged and
                                                          laminated The Guide
                                                          For Daisy Girl Scout
                                                          Leaders page 52
Closing                Ask the girls what they
                       remember about the Girl Scout
                       Promise and Law
                       Sing or recite “Make New
                       Friends”
                       Friendship circle and squeeze
                       Take up name tags and tote
                       bags
                       Hand out Promise Center




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meetinG tWo noteS


yarn toSS Game                                              tote BaGS
1.   Take a ball of yarn and say the name of the            Buy inexpensive canvas tote bags from a
     girl that you are throwing it to (or rolling it to),   craft store. Have the girls glue on the felt
     holding on to the end.                                 Promise Center and petals on one side.
                                                            On the other side have them paint on their
2.   Then have that girl say the name of another            name and decorate anway they want.
     girl and throw it to her, having her hold onto
     the yarn as well.

3.   Do this over and over until there is no more
     yarn.

4.   Talk about how in Girl Scouts we are all
     connected, how important each girl in the
     troop is, and how we have to work together
     to have fun.

5.   If there is time, and it is not too
     complicated, play the spider web game
     once the “web” of yarn has been made.

6.   Have the girls hold tightly to their yarn,
     stretching it tight is necessary.

7.   For the easiest version have all girls lower
     their yarn to just above the ground. Let each
     girl try to cross to the other side without
     touching the yarn “web”.

8.   To make it harder, have all the girls lift the
     “web” to waist level.

9.   To make it even harder, have the girls
     alternate between “webs” held low and
     “webs” held high.

10. To make it super hard, have the girls
    change level on your signal.



                                                                              Ashley


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pattern for daiSy on the tote BaG




   INSTRUCTIONS:
   Cut one medium blue center per girl.
   Cut one each per girl: Violet, Light Blue, Yellow, Spring Green,
   Red, Orange, Purple, Magenta, Green, and Rose.




                                                                      14
 my Girl Scout
promise and law
 coloring Book




              my name:


 ________________________________________


                                            15
the Girl Scout
   promiSe




 On my honor, I will try:
  To serve God and my country,
  To help people at all times,
  And to live by the Girl Scout Law.
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                                meetinG three

meetinG                actiVity                           SupplieS                petal
pre-meeting activity   Fill out “I will do my best”       Promise and Law
                       coloring page and Honest           coloring pages copy
                       and Fair coloring page. Place      of “I will do my best”
                       coloring page in folder and in     and Honest and Fair for
                       tote bag.                          each girl.
                                                          Crayons
                                                          Folders and tote bag
opening                Recite the Girl Scout Promise      Ball                      Promise Center
                       Play Promise Game
Business               Daisy Circle -- Talk about Daisy   Copies of the Girl        Promise Center
                       Learning Petals                    Scout Promise and         First petal
                       Girl Scout Handshake               the Girl Scout Law,       (light blue)
                                                          preferably enlarged
                       Girl Scout Quiet Sign              and laminated, posted
                       Discuss what it means to be        on the meeting place
                       honest and fair                    wall.
                                                          The Guide for Daisy
                                                          Girl Scout Leaders
                                                          page 20 and 21
activity               Play rock game                     Rock                      First petal
                                                                                    (light blue)
Clean up               Kaper Chart                        Kaper Chart, preferably
                                                          enlarged and
                                                          laminated The Guide
                                                          For Daisy Girl Scout
                                                          Leaders page 52
Closing                Ask the girls what they learned
                       today
                       Show the Girl Scout Handshake
                       and Quiet Sign
                       Take up tote bags and name
                       tags
                       Friendship Circle & Squeeze
                       Hand out light blue petal




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meetinG tWo noteS

promiSe Game                                               the rock Game
1.   Start with the first word of the Girl Scout           Chant: Rock, rock, how I wonder
     promise and holding the ball, say “On” and                   as it passes to another
     pass the ball to the next girl who should say                it is fair, it is fair
     “my” and then pass the ball to the next girl                 to keep (name of girl in the middle)
     who says “honor”.                                            sitting there?
2.   Go slowly at first, helping the girls get the         1.   Have everyone form a circle and have one
     rhythm of the game and the word right the                  girl sit in the middle of the circle.
     first time around.                                    2.   The girl in the middle shuts her eyes while you
3.   Then try to go a little faster and if a girl misses        give a girl in the circle the rock.
     her word she comes sits next to the leader            3.   The girl in the middle opens her eyes and the
     (the end of the circle) and gets another                   game begins.
     chance at the end.
                                                           4.   As the girls in the circle say the chant, they
4.   To make the game more challenging roll                     pass the rock around the circle so that the
     the ball to random girls who have to say the               girl in the middle cannot see, with their left
     promise words in order.                                    hand cupped and their right hand moving
                                                                from their left hand to the left hand of the girl
Quiet SiGn                                                      on their right on the beat of the chant. Each
Hand raised, mouth closed.                                      girl can decide whether or not to pass it or
                                                                keep it a few beats.
(“When my hand is up, my mouth is shut”)
                                                           5.   They continue to do this until the chant is
                                                                over, then the girl in the middle tries to guess
handShake                                                       where the rock is.
Right hand makes the Girl Scout sign, three                6.   She has three guesses. If she guesses
fingers up, thumb and little finger touching across             correctly, she exchanges places with the girl
the palm, palm facing out, left hand shakes.                    holding the rock. If she doesn’t, she remains
                                                                in the middle and the chant starts again.


        et ts!
      G l
        su                                                                              Work
     re                                                                                  as a
                                                                                        team!




                                                                                                              18
  i will do
my best to be




By
                19
honest and fair   20
                             meetinG four
meetinG                actiVity                             SupplieS                 petal
pre-meeting activity   Friendly and Helpful coloring        Promise and Law
                       page                                 coloring pages copy of
                       Hand out nametags                    Friendly and Helpful for
                                                            each girl.
                                                            Crayons
                                                            Folders and tote bag
opening                Daisy Circle -- Sing songs the                               First petal
                       girls know                                                   (light blue)
                       Share stories from the girls where
                       they were honest and fair last
                       week
                       Recite the Girl Scout Promise
Business               Discuss what it means to be          Copies of the Girl      Second petal
                       friendly and helpful . . . give      Scout Promise and       (yellow)
                       examples                             the Girl Scout Law,
                       Go over Girl Scout Sign,             preferably enlarged
                       Handshake, and Quiet Sign            and laminated, posted
                                                            on the meeting place
                                                            wall.
                                                            The Guide for Daisy
                                                            Girl Scout Leaders
                                                            page 21 and 38
activity               Friendly and Helpful collage,        Magazines               Second petal
                       share collages, have each girl       Pictures                (yellow)
                       talk about the pictures they
                       have chosen                          Paper
                       Learn Girl Scout Slogan              Glue
                       “Do a Good Deed Daily”               Scissors
                       Brainstorm some good “deeds”
                       a girl her age can do
Clean up               Kaper Chart                          Kaper Chart
                                                            The Guide For Daisy
                                                            Girl Scout Leaders
                                                            page 52
Closing                Recite first two parts of the Girl
                       Scout Law
                       Take up tote bags and name
                       tags
                       Friendship Circle and Squeeze
                       Hand out yellow petal




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   S’more
          SonGS!




Where iS thumBkin?
(Tune of Frère Jacques)

Where is Thumbkin? (Hands behind back)
Where is Thumbkin?
Here I am (Bring right hand out from behind back with thumb)
Here I am (Bring left hand out from behind back with thumb)
How are you today sir? (Move right thumb as if talking)
I am fine, thank you (Move left thumb as if responding)
Run away! (Right hand hides behind back)
Run away! (Left hand hides behind back)

Continue with . . .
Where is pointer?
Where is middle finger?
Where is ring finger?
Where is little finger?


head, ShoulderS, kneeS and toeS
(Point to body part mentioned with tips of both index fingers)
Head, shoulders, knees and toes,
knees and toes,
head, shoulders, knees and toes,
knees and toes,
Eyes and ears and mouth and nose,
Head, shoulders, knees and toes.




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friendly and
   helpful,    23
                               meetinG fiVe
meetinG                actiVity                               SupplieS                 petal
pre-meeting activity   Considerate and Caring                 Promise and Law
                       coloring page                          coloring pages copy
                       Hand out nametags                      of Considerate and
                                                              Caring for each girl.
                                                              Crayons
                                                              Folders and tote bag
opening                Daisy Circle -- Sing songs the                                  Second petal
                       girls know                                                      (yellow)
                       Share stories from the girls where
                       they were friendly and helpful
                       last week
                       Recite the Girl Scout Promise
Business               Discuss what it means to be       Copies of the Girl            Third petal
                       considerate and caring . . . give Scout Promise and             (spring green)
                       examples                          the Girl Scout Law,
                       Ask girls how they can be         preferably enlarged
                       considerate and caring            and laminated, posted
                                                         on the meeting place
                       Go over Girl Scout Sign,          wall.
                       Handshake, and Quiet Sign         The Guide for Daisy
                                                              Girl Scout Leaders
                                                              page 20
activity               Make cards for elders in a             Pictures                 Third petal
                       nursing home, or kids in the           Construction paper       (spring green)
                       hospital
                                                              Any other items to
                                                              decorate cards with
                                                              Crayons and/or markers
                                                              Glue
                                                              Scissors
Clean up               Kaper Chart                            Kaper Chart
                                                              The Guide For Daisy
                                                              Girl Scout Leaders
                                                              page 52
Closing                Recite first three parts of the Girl
                       Scout Law
                       Take up tote bags and name
                       tags
                       Friendship Circle and Squeeze
                       Hand out spring green petal




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 Who iS WearinG? (name a color)
 (Tune of “Farmer in the Dell”)

 Oh, who is wearing red?
 Oh, who is wearing red?
 Please tell me if you can,
 Oh, who is wearing red?

 Oh, (name of child) is wearing red,
 Oh, (name of child) is wearing red,
 That’s the color of her (name of clothing . . . like “shirt”)
 Oh, (name of the child) is wearing red

 (keep singing, changing the colors and names)




 Good adVice!
 Q: How do I handle a difficult and disruptive child in my troop? I have a girl in the troop who
    is loud, rebellious, and demands all the attention. What do I do?

 a:   Disruptive girls are truly a challenge to a leader and because all girls will benefit from a
      well-run Girl Scout program, getting her to control her behavior is important. According
      to Safety-Wise, there are two types of girls who present challenges for troop leaders – the
      dominant girl and the dependent girl. You have the dominant one. So what does that
      mean?
  These girls thrive on any type of attention, good or bad. Here are some suggested ways to
  deal with them:

  1. Don’t reprimand in front of the girls; ignore her whenever possible, but never where her
     safety is compromised – she loves being the “bad” girl and will continue any behavior that
     gets her attention.

  2. Quietly and personally praise her good qualities. remember to use the promise and Law.
     Maybe arrange a secret signal for when she is behaving properly.

  3. Don’t argue with a dominant girl within the group. Discuss disagreements after the meeting,
     she is more defiant when she has an audience.

  4. Be firm and confident. You will earn her respect.

  This information and more can also be found on pages 19-21 in Safety-Wise.

  It may also help for you to talk to her parent or guardian. There may be issues in the family
  that may be causing her to act out in such a way. Be prepared to have specific incidents
  to discuss with her parent or guardian. Work with her family to find a solution to the problem
  behavior. If the problem continues after several attempts to change her behavior, contact
  your membership specialist.


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considerate and
    caring,       26
                                meetinG SiX
meetinG                actiVity                              SupplieS                petal
pre-meeting activity   Courageous and Strong                 Promise and Law
                       coloring page                         coloring pages copy
                       Hand out nametags                     of Courageous and
                                                             Strong for each girl.
                                                             Crayons
                                                             Folders and tote bag
opening                Daisy Circle -- Sing songs the                                Third petal
                       girls know                                                    (spring green)
                       Share stories from the girls where
                       they were considerate and
                       caring last week
                       Recite the Girl Scout Promise
                       Learn the Girl Scout Motto - Be
                       Prepared
Business               Discuss what it means to be           Copies of the Girl      Fourth petal
                       courageous and strong (both           Scout Promise and       (red)
                       mentally and physically) . . .        the Girl Scout Law,
                       give examples                         preferably enlarged
                                                             and laminated, posted
                                                             on the meeting place
                       Ask girls how they can be             wall.
                       courageous and strong
                                                             The Guide for Daisy
                                                             Girl Scout Leaders
                                                             page 20
activity               Have the girls brainstrom on          Pictures               Fourth petal
                       what people in the community Magazines                       (red)
                       have to be brave and strong . . .
                       firefighters, EMS, military, parents, Poster Board
                       ect.                                  Crayons and/or markers
                       Put together a group collage of       Glue
                       brave and strong people               Scissors
                       Do a fun strength test or
                       movement activities
Clean up               Kaper Chart                           Kaper Chart
                                                             The Guide For Daisy
                                                             Girl Scout Leaders
                                                             page 52
Closing                Recite first four parts of the Girl
                       Scout Law
                       Take up tote bags and name
                       tags
                       Friendship Circle and Squeeze
                       Hand out red petal


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                couraGe
                    collaGe                        p ort news so g
                                                                    irls can pick p
                                                                                     ictures of
                                                                                         apers,
                                   azines that re                         k, Life, newsp
                    Look for mag                       Ti me, Newswee                       ry.
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                     etc. Encourag




fun StrenGth teStS
Present girls with a chart with their names on one side and the list of strength tests across the top. Have
the girls each do the strength tests and record their results. Keep it fun and non-competitive while the
same time make it exciting.

WeiGhtliftinG                  How many cans of vegetables in a bag can a girl pick up?

puSh                           How far can a girl push a heavy object?

pull                           How far can a girl pull a heavy object?

chin-upS                       How many chin-ups can a girl do?

puSh-upS                       How many push-ups can a girl do?

throWinG                       How far can a girl throw a heavy object?

Balance                        How long can a girl stand on one leg?
                               How many ankle sits can a girl do? (Crosses legs at ankles, folds her
ankle SitS
                               arms over her chest, sits down and then stands back up.)
                               How far can a girl get from the wall? (Faces the wall, stands with feet
                               together and toes six inches from the wall. She touches her knees to
heelS in Glue
                               the wall without raising her heels, which are “glued” to the floor. Keep
                               moving back an inch each time until the girl can no longer do it.)
                               How far from the line (chalk, string, masking tape on the floor) can a girl
SQuattinG
                               get when she hold her feet together, bends her knees enough to grasp
Jump                           her ankles with both hands, and jumps over the line?


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courageous
       and strong,   29
                           meetinG SeVen
meetinG                actiVity                              SupplieS               petal
pre-meeting activity   Responsible For What I Say and        Promise and Law
                       Do coloring page                      coloring pages copy of
                       Hand out nametags                     Responsible For What
                                                             I Say and Do for each
                                                             girl.
                                                             Crayons
                                                             Folders and tote bag
opening                Daisy Circle -- Sing songs the                                Fourth petal
                       girls know                                                    (red)
                       Share stories from the girls where
                       they were courageous and
                       strong last week
                       Recite the Girl Scout Promise
Business               Discuss what it means to be           Copies of the Girl      Fifth petal
                       responsible for what I say and        Scout Promise and       (orange)
                       do. Go over the Golden Rule           the Girl Scout Law,
                       “Do unto others as you would          preferably enlarged
                       have them do to you.”                 and laminated, posted
                                                             on the meeting place
                       List actions that help, and           wall.
                       actions that hurt.                    The Guide for Daisy
                                                             Girl Scout Leaders
                                                             page 20
activity               Make puppets for a puppet             The Guide for Daisy    Fifth petal
                       show let the girls create             Girl Scout Leaders     (orange)
                       whatever character they wish,         page 57 (sock puppets)
                       including themselves. Put on
                       a skit/puppet show with the           Daisy Girl Scout
                       puppets on the topic of being         Activity Book
                       responsible for what I say and        page 38
                       do . . . basically simple role        (popsicle puppet)
                       plays
Clean up               Kaper Chart                           Kaper Chart
                                                             The Guide For Daisy
                                                             Girl Scout Leaders
                                                             page 52
Closing                Recite first five parts of the Girl
                       Scout Law
                       Take up tote bags and name
                       tags
                       Friendship Circle and Squeeze
                       Sing “Make New Friends”
                       Hand out orange petal



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taBle puppet StaGe                                    doorWay StaGe
`   Take a card table and turn it on its side.        `   Tape a sheet or blanket across the doorway.
                                                          Make sure the girls do not lean on the curtain.
`   You can drape it with a sheet or have the girls
    paint a large poster to go in front

`   Puppeteers get behind the table to perform


chairS-and-Board
 StaGe
`   Place two sturdy chairs the length of your
    board apart.

`   Take two-by-four or bigger and lay it
    on the backs of the chairs.

`   Drape a sheet or blanket over
    the board




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Sample daiSy puppet Skit
Puppet plays for Daisy Girl Scouts rarely involve scripts and sometimes not many words. Limit the
puppeteers to two to four girls at a time and do several renditions of the play, or have the girls team
up and come up with their own plays. Narration is a good way to manage the play as the adult can
read the words that illustrates being responsible for what I say and do. This is just a sample.

Once upon a time there was a little girl named __________. (Girl #1 pops up and says “HI!”)
                                                 Girl #1

She had three friends, __________, __________, and __________. (Next 3 girls pop up beside her and say “HI!”)
                        Girl #2     Girl #3         Girl #4

They were best friends, (puppets hug each other, girls can say together “YES WE ARE!”)

They loved to play and play, (puppets hop up and down and way “YEAH!”)

They loved to dance and dance, (puppets twirl around, girls can say “WHEE!”)

And most of all, they loved to hang out together! (Puppets all nod, girls can say together “YES WE DO!”)

One day, while the girls were playing (puppets hop up and down, girls can say “YEAH!”) and dancing (puppets hop
up and down, girls can say “WHEE!”), __________, accidently bumped into __________, (girl #1 runs into girl #2, who
                                         Girl #1                             Girl #2
flops over the edge of the puppet stage, both say “OUCH!”)

__________, quickly helped __________, up and said whe was sorry. (Girl #1 helps girl #2 up and says “I”M SORRY!”)
  Girl #1                    Girl #2

But __________, was very mad and yelled at __________, and called her mean names.
      Girl #2                                Girl #1
(Girl #2 hops up and down and yells at girl #1, saying things like “yOU did tHat On pUrpOse!” or “yOU are sO
ClUmsy!”)

__________, was so upset that she started to cry and ran away. (Girl #1 cries and runs off the stage.)
  Girl #1

__________, turned to __________, and told her she wasn’t being very nice.
  Girl #3                  Girl #2
(Girl #3 turns to girl #2 and says “yOU Weren’t Very niCe!”)

__________, turns away from __________, and says she doesn’t care, __________, was just a big cry baby.
  Girl #2                    Girl #3                                 Girl #1

(Girl #2 turns away and says “sHe is JUst a BiG Cry BaBy!”)

__________, Turns to __________, and tells her she doesn’t want to play with anyone as mean as
  Girl #4              Girl #3

__________. (Girl #4 moves to stand beside girl #3 and says “i dOn’t Want tO play WitH anyOne as mean as
  Girl #2
Girl #2.)

__________, agrees with __________, and they decide to go find __________.
  Girl #3                 Girl #4                               Girl #1

(Girl #2 hangs her head and stand on stage by herself a moment.)

__________, was very sad, and thought about what she had done.
  Girl #2
(Girl #2 turns in the direction the other girls left and says “Wait! COme BaCK! i’m sOrry!”)

__________, and __________, come back with __________.
  Girl #3         Girl #4                    Girl #1

(Girl #3 and girl #4 come back with girl #1 in between them. they all hug.)

So once again, the girls started playing (puppets hop up and down, girls can say “YEAH!”) and dancing (puppets hop
up and down, girs can say “WHEE!”), and begin best friends. (Puppets hug each other, girls can say together “YES
WE ARE!”)

The end! (Girls all bow and leave the stage.)
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responsible for what
i say and do, and to
                   33
                             meetinG eiGht
meetinG                actiVity                             SupplieS                petal
pre-meeting activity   Respect myself and others            Promise and Law
                       coloring page                        coloring pages copy
                       Hand out nametags                    of Respect myself and
                                                            others for each girl.
                                                            Crayons
                                                            Folders and tote bag
opening                Daisy Circle -- Sing songs the                               Fifth petal
                       girls know                                                   (orange)
                       Share stories from the girls where
                       they were responsible for what
                       they said and did last week
                       Recite the Girl Scout Promise
Business               Discuss what it means to be          Copies of the Girl      Sixth petal
                       courageous and strong (both          Scout Promise and       (purple)
                       mentally and physically) . . .       the Girl Scout Law,
                       give examples                        preferably enlarged
                                                            and laminated, posted
                                                            on the meeting place
                       Ask girls how they can be            wall.
                       courageous and strong
                                                            The Guide for Daisy
                                                            Girl Scout Leaders
                                                            page 20
activity               Have the girls make a “Good          Pictures                Sixth petal
                       For Me” booklet with pictures        Magazines               (purple)
                       illustrating things that are good
                       for them. Make sure that you         Paper
                       don’t put out enough supplies        Glue
                       so they will have to share and       Scissors
                       “respect each other”.
                       Ask them to remember to
                       respect other and say please
                       and thank you.
Clean up               Kaper Chart                          Kaper Chart
                                                            The Guide For Daisy
                                                            Girl Scout Leaders
                                                            page 52
Closing                Recite first six parts of the Girl
                       Scout Law
                       Take up tote bags and name
                       tags
                       Sing “Make New Friends”
                       Friendship Circle and Squeeze
                       Hand out purple petal


                                                                                                  34
         Good for

                 me!



     My name ___________________________________________________




35
re spect
 m  yself
   and
 o thers,



            36
                              meetinG nine
meetinG                actiVity                        SupplieS                 petal
pre-meeting activity   Respect authority coloring page Promise and Law
                       Hand out nametags               coloring pages copy
                                                       of Respect authority for
                                                       each girl.
                                                              Crayons
                                                              Folders and tote bag
opening                Daisy Circle -- Sing songs the
                       girls know
                       Recite the Girl Scout Promise
Business               Discuss what it means to respect Copies of the Girl              Seventh petal
                       authority                        Scout Promise and               (Magenta)
                       Talk about and list people who   the Girl Scout Law,
                       are in authority. Discuss the    preferably enlarged
                       importance of listening to these and laminated, posted
                       people and following what they on the meeting place
                       say for their safety.            wall.
                                                              The Guide for Daisy
                                                              Girl Scout Leaders
                                                              page 20
activity               Have someone come and talk             Call your local police    Seventh petal
                       to the girls about their job and       station or fire station   (Magenta)
                       training responsibilites such as a
                       police officer, fire fighter, military
                       personal. Ask them to bring
                       along some props such as tools
                       of the trade . . . or a firetruck or
                       police car.
Clean up               Kaper Chart                            Kaper Chart
                                                              The Guide For Daisy
                                                              Girl Scout Leaders
                                                              page 52
Closing                Recite first seven parts of the Girl
                       Scout Law
                       Take up tote bags and name
                       tags
                       Friendship Circle and Squeeze
                       Hand out magenta petal




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respect authority,
                 38
                                meetinG ten
meetinG                actiVity                               SupplieS                 petal
pre-meeting activity   Use resources wisely coloring          Promise and Law
                       page                                   coloring pages copy of
                       Hand out nametags                      Use resources wisely for
                                                              each girl.
                                                              Crayons
                                                              Folders and tote bag
opening                Daisy Circle -- Sing songs the
                       girls know
                       Recite the Girl Scout Promise
Business               Make sure the girls know what          Copies of the Girl      Eight petal
                       “resources” are                        Scout Promise and       (green)
                       Talk to them about how we can          the Girl Scout Law,
                       use them up, give examples             preferably enlarged
                                                              and laminated, posted
                       Discuss recycling and reusing          on the meeting place
                                                              wall.
                                                              The Guide for Daisy
                                                              Girl Scout Leaders
                                                              page 20
activity               Junk Mail Jewelry                      Please refer to the     Eight petal
                                                              following page          (green)
Clean up               Kaper Chart                            Kaper Chart
                                                              The Guide For Daisy
                                                              Girl Scout Leaders
                                                              page 52
Closing                Recite first eight parts of the Girl
                       Scout Law
                       Discuss about helping recycle
                       around the house
                       Take up tote bags and name
                       tags
                       Friendship Circle and Squeeze
                       Hand out green petal




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meetinG ten noteS

Commonly referred to as junk mail, the letters, flyers, and brochures sent by direct marketers are often
very colorful and well designed. While we may prefer to not receive this type of mail, you can help
the environment and save landfill space by making paper beads from it. Many of the mail pieces
you receive are varnished, making this type of paper expensive to recycle. Because of their coated
surface, however, beads made from junk mail are very strong and waterproof.



       you Will need:
       Junk mail with a coated, shiny surface
       Newspapers to keep area clean
       Broken jewelry to string with paper beads (optional)
       Ruler
       Pencil
       Scissors
       White glue
       Round tooth picks
       Strong, thin string, such as kite string
       Blunt needle for threading beads




                                                      hoW to:
                                                      Cut the paper into small strips approximately 3/4”
                                                      wide by 41/2” long. Roll each bead by wrapping it
                                                      tightly around a toothpick. Complete the bead by
                                                      gluing the last 1/2” of the strip. Remove the toothpick
                               kS:                    and repeat until all the beads are made.
                      t ric
                and
        ti pS also use nd                             Beads of different sizes may be made by varying the
               an        rs a
        You c zine cove s to make                     dimensions given. For example, to make the broken
               a          r
         mag lick pape terials                        necklaces and bracelets, or make you own with
               rs         a
         othe . Even m g will do,                     pulp papier mache mixture. Tie a knot in the string to
                 s
           bead me printin st inch or                 complete the necklace, or use a professional clasp
                  o         la
           with s only the        isible
                                        .             which may be purchased at a craft store.
                 e
            sinc he bea    d is v
                    t
             so of




                                                                                                        40
use
      reso
            urce
      wise       s
           ly,




                 41
                          meetinG eleVen
meetinG                actiVity                              SupplieS                petal
pre-meeting activity   Make the world a better place         Promise and Law
                       coloring page                         coloring pages copy
                       Hand out nametags                     of make the world a
                                                             better place for each
                                                             girl.
                                                             Crayons
                                                             Folders and tote bag
opening                Daisy Circle -- Sing songs the
                       girls know
                       Recite the Girl Scout Promise
                       Play a game . . . example of
                       Mrs. Bear game on following
                       page
Business               Discuss how girls can make the Copies of the Girl             Ninth petal
                       world a better place, brainstorm Scout Promise and            (rose)
                       ideas                            the Girl Scout Law,
                                                        preferably enlarged
                                                        and laminated, posted
                                                        on the meeting place
                                                        wall.
                                                             The Guide for Daisy
                                                             Girl Scout Leaders
                                                             page 20
activity               Mini Gardens                          The Guide for Daisy     Ninth petal
                                                             Girl Scout Leaders      (rose)
                                                             page 73
Clean up               Kaper Chart                           Kaper Chart
                                                             The Guide For Daisy
                                                             Girl Scout Leaders
                                                             page 52
Closing                Recite first nine parts of the Girl
                       Scout Law
                       Take up tote bags and name
                       tags
                       Friendship Circle and Squeeze
                       Hand out rose petal




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  mrS. Bear Game
  1. One girl is Mrs. Bear. She is trying to sleep in her den (can be a chair, under a table,
     under a blanket, etc.)
  2. The other girls sneak up to Mrs. Bear and whisper, “Mrs. Bear, are you awake?”
  3. Mrs. Bear pretends not to hear them.
  4. Then the girls yell, “MRS. BEAR ARE YOU AWAKE?”
  5. This makes Mrs. Bear furious! She chases them all and tries to catch them before
     they reach home, which is the safe place (can be back to the leader, back to the
     starting line, or another table.)
  6. Everyone tagged by Mrs. Bear before reaching home becomes one of Mrs. Bear’s
     cubs. They go back to the den with Mrs. Bear.
  7. When the remaining girls come back to wake up Mrs. Bear again, the cubs help
     Mrs. Bear catch them.
  8. When all of the girls have been caught, the last girl becomes Mrs. Bear.




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make the
 world a
  better
place, and




             44
                         meetinG tWelVe
meetinG                actiVity                          SupplieS                  petal
pre-meeting activity   Be a sister to every Girl Scout   Promise and Law
                       coloring page                     coloring pages copy of
                       Hand out nametags                 be a sister to every Girl
                                                         Scout for each girl.
                                                         Crayons
                                                         Folders and tote bag
opening                Daisy Circle -- Sing songs the
                       girls know
                       Recite the Girl Scout Promise
Business               Talk about what it means to be     Copies of the Girl      Tenth petal
                       a “sister”                         Scout Promise and       (violet)
                       Talk about how we are all          the Girl Scout Law,
                       connected as Girl Scouts           preferably enlarged
                                                          and laminated, posted
                       Talk about how we are like sisters on the meeting place
                       to each other                      wall.
                                                         The Guide for Daisy
                                                         Girl Scout Leaders
                                                         page 20
activity               Make sisters clay figures         The Guide for Daisy      Tenth petal
                                                         Girl Scout Leaders       (violet)
                                                         page 68
Clean up               Kaper Chart                       Kaper Chart
                                                         The Guide For Daisy
                                                         Girl Scout Leaders
                                                         page 52
Closing                Recite Girl Scout Promise and
                       Girl Scout Law
                       Discuss we are all friends and
                       “sister” Girl Scouts
                       Friendship Circle and Squeeze
                       Hand out violet petal




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meetinG eleVen noteS

clay “SiSterS’
                 Materials:

                 Either purchase air-hardening clay that does not have to be baked
                 or make the recipe for Salt Dough Clay on page 68 of The Guide for
                 Daisy Girl Scout Leaders. Fimo® or Sculpty® clay (be sure it is the
                 soft kind) is more colorful but must be baked.



                   directions:

                   1.    Have the girls each roll a ball about the size of
                         their cupped palms, then flatten it into a circle.
                         This is the base.

                   2.    To make the bodies, it is best to use one ball of
                         clay to pull and pinch out the head, arms, and
                         legs. If you attach the appendages, dampen
                         the place where they are joined.

                   3.    You might want to provide wriggly eyes, beads,
                         orange sticks, and other objects to shape the
                         clay.

                   4.    Hair can be made by pressing clay through a
                         garlic press or a rotrary cheese grater. Each girl
                         should make two girls, then place the girls in a
                         “friendship” position (holding hands, arms around
                         each other, high fiving, playing a game, etc.),
                         and firmly press the figures onto the base.

                   5.    If the legs are sturdy a base may not be
                         necessary, just be sure the figures dry standing
                         flat.

                   6.    They can be painted the next week.




                               BinGo
                  There was a farmer who had a dog
                      and Bingo was his name-o!

                    B-I-N-G-O, B-I-N-G-O, B-I-N-G-O,

                        and Bingo was his name-o!


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  be a sister to
every Girl Scout.
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