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Leaders Guide
Daisy Good Neighbor Workbook

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Print out the booklet. Cut the pages along the dotted line the in center of the page. Staple on the left side.

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Meet with your troop and go through the booklet to meet the minimum requirements of the badge!

Suggestions for Using this Booklet

This meeting is designed so that the troop can complete it in a meeting without traveling anywhere. But troops that have an option to conduct it in the community can. Suggestions:

Do the meeting outside the school since one task is drawing the school and labeling.

Plan a community project like picking up trash to demonstrate being a good neighbor.

Page 1:

Neighbors can be the people living directly next to you, another person in your community or state.

 

Being a neighbor can be seen as someone who lives near someone else.

 

People can have neighbors and states can have neighbors and countries can have neighbors

Page 2: 

Have the girls think about their neighbors at school and at home.

 

Have them write or draw their friends who sit near them at school.

 

Have them draw or write down the names of their neighbors at home.

Page 3:

Talk about ways we can be good neighbors. Have girls give examples.

At school: behave so others can learn, help others when they need help with homework, clean up after ourselves.

Near home: help neighbors with tasks like moving, being respectful of their property, being quiet.

In the community: help clean public spaces, be respectful of public spaces, not being disruptive, following rules

Page 4: 

Have the girls draw a picture of the school. Ask them to label a few things.

 

Library

Gym

Playground

Doors

Windows

Page 5:

Have the girls identify each of the people found in a school.

 

Have them share the role of each person in the school.

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Landmarks are recognizable things in your town - like a statue, a special building, or natural feature.

 

Have the girls draw or write about the landmarks in your town.

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Each state is different and special. Have the girls find their state. Color it in one color.

Then color all the neighboring states in another color.

 

Have the girls share some special facts about your state - landmarks, famous people from your state, state bird or flower.

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Have the girls share ways they can be good neighbors. They can pick either at home, at school, or in the community.

 

They can write or draw how they’ll be a good neighbor.

 

Have them share with the group.

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