How to earn a Daisy Girl Scout Sunny petal?
What a helpful way to earn that Daisy Girl Scout Sunny Petal! ‘A Daisy Was Here’ Helping Hands Activity – Here’s an activity for the girls to once again display acts of being friendly and helpful within their own home. The girls’ trace their hands on construction paper and write ‘A Daisy Was Here’ on them.
How to earn a friendly and helpful Daisy Petal?
Open the doors for guests at your church or meeting location. Read Hodge the Hedgehog. Learn about friendly greetings around the world. Play “Friendly…or Not?” Make “Helping Hands.” Create a troop kaper chart. Talk about “Put-ups” versus “Put-downs.” Challenge the girls to do five “put-ups” during the next week.
What to do with Daisy Sunny petal badge?
Make a drawing or painting based on “Sunny’s Story.” Maybe you’d like to draw what happened in the story—or maybe you’d like to imagine what happened at Buckley’s party and draw that! 3. Practice being friendly and helpful. There are lots of ways to act like Sunny! Think of three ways you can be helpful at home.
What can you do with a daisy Zinni petal?
Ideas including crafts, activities, printables and books. Affiliate links are included for easy shopping. Earning the light green Zinni petal, otherwise known as the Daisy Considerate and Caring Patch, is a fun and easy daisy petal to earn because there are soooo many ways your girls can be considerate and caring.
What to make for a Daisy Girl Scout meeting?
Daisy Girl Scout Kaper Chart – If you didn’t start your year with a Kaper Chart, the Friendly and Helpful Patch is a perfect opportunity to involve the whole troop in making one. Kaper charts are common tools for Daisy Girl Scout troops to make sure everyone is involved in running a smooth meeting.
What is a Kaper chart for Daisy Girl Scout?
Kaper charts are common tools for Daisy Girl Scout troops to make sure everyone is involved in running a smooth meeting. It’s similar to a chore chart. (The one we have this year is a job wheel shown in my New Girl Scout Leader Tips post.)
Which is the best book for Girl Scouts?
It’s a perfect book to start with, teaching what being helping and friendly is all about, while Stick and Stone and the Berenstain Bears book are great stories that put these lessons into action, reinforcing the lessons the girls learned from this book.