Download the booklet from TroopLeaderHub
Print out the booklet. Cut the pages along the dotted line the in center of the page. Staple on the left side.
Meet with your troop and go through the booklet to meet the minimum requirements of the badge!
Suggestions for Using this Booklet
This booklet is very straightforward and works best for troops that conduct Cookie Booths.
The Sing Everywhere page celebrates a tradition of Girl Scouts - singing Girl Scout songs. Here we have two songs to sing together. Have girls share their favorites if there are others you know.
Juliette Gordon Low is the founder of the Girl Scouts. Go over some facts about the founder and then talk about anything else the girls may know.
Celebrate the founder of Girl Scouts by planning a special event. This can be a service event, a birthday party/Halloween party, or a special craft that focuses on Girl Scout traditions. Have the girls work in pairs or as a group to talk about how they would like to celebrate Daisy and why their suggestion would be a good celebration.
Page 4 and 5
Next the girls can have some fun decoding some Girl Scout phrases. Use the decoding grid to decode the phrases on page 5.
Girl Scout memories are fond memories. Have the girl scouts reflect on some memories they've enjoyed so far. Draw a picture and describe what happened and why you liked it.
Talk about the traditions of Girl Scouts. There are service projects, giving back, and other rituals we do during meetings and together. Go over a few of them and talk about any others that the girls are aware of, such as World Thinking Day.
Lastly we can help the girls make a sit upon that they can use during meeting or camping. The girls will need a newspaper, waterproof fabric, and tape.
Here's an alternative that uses batting or plastic bags as the interior. It also shows girls how to make a handle as well.