Girl Scout Daisy: Grades K-1

New Experiences, New Friends!

Becoming a Girl Scout Daisy is a great way for a girl who is just starting school to make friends and gain confidence! In the troop pathway Daisies usually meet a couple times a month, in groups of 5 to 10 girls with two or more trained 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. Petals can be worn on official uniforms, but uniforms are not required in Girl Scouting. Daisies can also participate in other Girl Scout Pathways and do not have to be part of a troop.

Camp Sakakawea

A chance to visit and explore camp before the start of the season! Tour the.. more

Camp Anna Behrens

It's a celebration of summer beginnings for you and your whole troop! Try c.. more

Camp Anna Behrens

Camp's a blast with all the girls - games, crafts, swimming, archery and mor.. more

To be determined

Girl Scouts will be walking in the National Cherry Festival Royale Parade! Parade begins at 6:3.. more

Camp Sakakawea

Not ready for a whole week of camp? This session is perfect for you! You'll.. more

Camp Sakakawea

How tough is your troop? Join us as we put your skills to the rest in a series of team building.. more

“I like Girl Scouts because I get to do fun things with my friends.” – Brittany
“Girl Scouts rule!” – Taylor

Girls now have three series of National Leadership Journeys to choose from! It's Your World - Change It, It's Your Planet - Love It, and It's Your Story - Tell It! On every Leadership Journey, everything girls do—whether it's performing science experiments, creating art projects, cooking simple meals, or learning to protect the planet's water supply—is aimed at giving them the benefits of the Girl Scout "Keys to Leadership": Discover, Connect, Take Action. Learn about all the Girl Scout Journeys here



Typical Activities for Girl Scout Daisies:
  • Creating arts & crafts projects like colorful barrettes and paper-bag puppets.
  • Taking trips to pick pumpkins and apples.
  • Camping and hiking with their family.
  • Planning a picnic and making snacks.
  • Planting a community garden.
  • Earning patches for activities like making costumes and marching in a parade.
  • Selling Girl Scout Cookies & Fall Product to family and friends and earning awards.
  • Taking part in a Girl Scout Journey - an eight week themed program developed just for them!
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